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Spent three nights at the Glendeven Inn in the Briar Rose Room with a fireplace and a balcony with a view of the ocean. The inn is great and the innkeeper is really helpful, but getting there was a long trip over the mountains, across the valley and through the woods. There was no phone in the room, but there was a phone available for guests in the …
We hit the Avenue of the Giants early and it was like driving into a tunnel. Jst magnificent to see these 2000+ year old tree that have survived so much. Even the fallen ones are awesome to see. So thankfull for the foresight some of our predecessors had to save some of these wonders for us to enjoy. Hope we can preserve something for our grandkids instead of using everything ...
Hello from Fort Bragg and the Noyo River Marina. We had an easy motor getting here with absolutely no wind once again. It's getting to be our unfortunate mantra.
Fort Bragg is the town here and it sits up high on a ridge. The marina is on the Noyo River which sits well below the town underneath a very tall highway bridge. Because of the difference between these two locations they have completely different feels. The town is like most small towns ...
... dog in the car, took a few pics, and gawking.
After hitting up the National Park visitor center, we continued south on the 101 taking a brief trip along a parallel road coined "Avenue of the Giants" and saw even more big trees. The drive today today was very interesting and somewhat unexpected. We obviously knew we would see the redwoods. What I didn't anticipate was how the road would wind from the ...
... now straying away from the book's daily mileage and taking matters into our own hands again. About 10ish miles in we stopped at a town called Mendocino that Antek's mum has always raved about but to be honest, if you're not into art or jewellery, there isn't much of interest there! To give it credit it is a very sweet, seaside town that I think most mothers would enjoy spending an afternoon strolling around in. We continued onwards to ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Glendeven Inn Little River
Relaxing, restful, and wonderful
Great spot on the coast to relax and leave business back at the office. Better than advertised. We will be back!
After traveling all day we arrived at Glendeven to discover it is very far from the ocean and on a very busy highway. The website makes it appear closer to the water than it actually is(zoom lens)! They also don't show the bathrooms on the website because they are more dingy and dated than an old motel.
Second time around and still magnificient
This was our second visit to the glendeven inn we once again stayed in the pinewood. our stay as usual was as expected first class inkeepers with the touch needed to make the stay special. the breakfast was terrific all three mornings. great way to spend a birthday week, thanks higgins.... one request how about offering red wine?
Our stay at Glendeven was full of expectation as the weeks dwindled down to the Christmas holiday season. We were anticipating the harsh weather, with constant rain showers, puffy rain clouds, and a cold wind, but we were not expecting all that Glendeven had in store for us.
My wife and I just returned from a week split between the Mendocino Coast and Sonoma Valley. We spent three nights at Glendeven and didn't want to leave. It was one of the most inviting, comfortable and soothing places we have ever stayed. The fire each evening and feather topper on the beds guarantee a great nights sleep!
We stayed 2 nights in the Bayloft room and were absolutely blown away. The room was spacious and impeccably kept, with a fireplace and huge window overlooking the gardens with an ocean view. We loved reading in front of the fireplace (which was all set for us when we got there) while listening to a variety of classical music provided by the inn.
We stayed one night at the Glendeven Inn in March 2004. Our room was the Garret, on the top floor, and it was lovely. The room was tastefully and carefully decorated and immaculately clean. We loved the crown moulding, the four windows with ocean views, the cozy sofa with a reading lamp right next to it, and especially the wonderfully comfortable bed with lots of down pillows, a down comforter and soft white linens.
Don't let their website fool you!
Do not stay at this bed and breakfast. You will be disappointed if you do. It is so close to Highway 1 that you feel like you are in the middle of a large city next to a freeway.
The hors d'oeuvres were extremely dissapointing - chips and salsa ONLY!
For $200 - $300, one would expect a lot more!!!