Our room had a magnificent view of the wharf, rocky hillside and water. We really felt the power of nature. Rooms differ in views offered; something to take into consideration.
Staff was warm and attentive. Everything was top-notch in the room. Our one dissatisfaction was the quality of the breakfast; we ended up eating out our second day. That said, we would return without hesitation.
Situated by the ocean, this inn is close to Arena Theater, B. Bryan Preserve, and Garcia River Casino. Area attractions also …More
This was the third time we have stayed at the Mendocino Hotel in one of their shared bath units. Never have had an issue with the shared bath/shower but the units are small and we knew that before coming here. May see if a private bath with Queen bed suits us better next time even with the added cost.
Rich from Tacoma, WA
Situated near the beach in Mendocino, this hotel is close to Ford House Visitor Center and Museum, Agate Beach and Friendship …More
They say - `you get what you pay for’. This is usually true though sometimes it is in reverse of what you expect.
Take, for instance, the Pine Beach Inn. One would rate this as a one or two star lodge. A typical old roadside motel. And it is. It is older and to the side of a road.
Once the main coastal highway throughout the state it is still the only road South to North on this part of the California coast. Consequently it is fairly busy, yet the motel only has a few of its units facing the road and even then they are set back away from the traffic noise.
To the North of the Inn is a canyon filled with growth which makes it hard to see and leaves a large space of nothing but green along the side of the highway which means when you approach the tall sign at night it is easy to find your way home.
The street to the South goes into a private subdivision of cliff top dwellings. The turn top the right takes you to the office and driving straight ahead takes you to a large common area, with gazebo, which separates the wings of the motel, further insuring calm and quite in the units themselves.
Behind the West wing of the inn is a paved path that is fairly steep and leads to the bottom of the canyon and the mouth of a small creek. This area can be fairly dangerous, if there is a large storm brewing on the Pacific Ocean, and there are signs warning you to stay away.
However on a calm day it is a lovely stretch of beach where you may spot some wildlife in the early morning or
Bear from Burnaby, B. C.
Situated near the beach in Fort Bragg, this inn is close to Sea Glass Museum, Jughandle State Natural Reserve and Mendocino …More