Stanford Inn by the Sea

Mendocino, California

Nestled on a hillside, the exquisite Stanford Inn sits atop a meadow overlooking Mendocino Bay. Embodying the best of the rugged Mendocino Coast, the Inn is a haven. The rambling lobby, guest rooms, and suites are paneled in pine and redwood.

Every detail is attended to, from wood-burning fireplaces set and ready to light to the sumptuous organic breakfasts. Inspired by the Stanford's Certified Organic gardens, The Ravens' restaurant is outstanding and nationally acclaimed for its vegetarian cuisine. Guests are indulged at the Inn's Massage in the Forest and private yoga sessions. Canoeing and kayaking on Big River, California's new State Park. AAA

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Stanford Inn by the Sea

Amenities

32 guest rooms, 9 suites. Wood-burning fireplaces, phones, wireless internet, business services, TV, VCR, CD players, room service. Solarium enclosed pool and spa. Workout room, yoga, kayaking, canoeing, bicycles, massage. Weddings; children and pets welcome.
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Contact Information

Stanford Inn by the Sea

Innkeepers: Joan & Jeff Stanford

Reservations: 1.800.331.8884

Phone: 1.707.937.5615

stanford@stanfordinn.com

www.stanfordinn.com

In The Press

Consider the facilities for a rainy Sunday like this: the room looks out across a private patio to the ocean. A fireplace opposite the foot of the bed, several cords of good wood outside, dry and ready. Lots of crackle. Glass fireplace doors so I can leave it burning when I doze or slumber. The bed's a big four-poster with first class linen, lots of good pillows. A desk, good chairs — stuff I'd enjoy at home. In fact, that's what this feels like . . . home, not a room at an inn. — The Business Journal