Packard House

45170 Little Lake St, Mendocino, California, 95460, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 45170 Little Lake St, Mendocino, is near Mendocino Art Center, Kelley House Museum, Ford House Museum, and Gallery Bookshop & Bookwinkle's Children's Books.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Packard House Mendocino

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    Travel Blogs from Mendocino

    Mendocino and Sonoma Coast

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... fell into the ocean leaving us with the remnants of a partial highway between our site and the ocean, quite apocalyptic yet interesting. We spent our day in the town of Fort Bragg where we dined on the pizza at the well recommended Piaci's and sampled beers at the tap room of North Coast Brewing. After that we made our way to the famous Glass Beach, which is covered in sea glass due to the unfortunate circumstance of once being ...

    Route 1 Ho

    A travel blog entry by mrear99 on Jul 17, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... hurried off the scout out the location before Matt and I made the walk from the big parking lot far from the glass. As it turned out, Paula and Izze returned to the car with thumbs down. They said there wasn’t much glass there and that it wasn’t worth the trouble of Matt walking out there.

    Although there are lots of positive Yelp comments and I can’t give a firsthand commentary, this is the only spot ...

    Birthday Boys, Dick's, And Dancing

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Jun 06, 2013

    153 photos

    ... on our walk through the village Nadxli spotted a bird making a very persistent call. It was a California Quail sitting on an antique headboard of a wagon evidently trying to call up a mate. Watched it for a while and marveled at the great collection of driftwood art in the yard.

    Boy, did that walk make the boys thirsty! There was a place overlooking the water named "*****" and we decided to check it out. Looked like it really was ...

    Day 6 - Quiet day in Mendocino

    A travel blog entry by nicolawatts on Sep 05, 2012

    5 photos

    ... Lunch in an old Victorian hotel built in the 1800s (see pictures below). Most homes and buildings in the area we have driven through are wood construction (they call them 'stick' buildings) which make them easy to build (and very cheap). Though they have a disadvantage in that the sound travels very easily in them. You can hear a lot of what is going on in the neighbouring rooms but that's just the nature of the building ...

    Cabot Cove, Maine? Nope, Mendocino.

    A travel blog entry by mswanderings on Oct 19, 2011

    17 photos

    ... in the 1850s and many of the Victorian homes have been restored. One interesting building was built during the Civil War as a Masonic Temple (it's now a bank) and has a carving of "Father Time and the Maiden" on its roof; the carving was done from a single piece of virgin redwood. The symbolism of the carving is from mythology and represents a rite of passage within the Masonic Order.

    After lunch and ...