The Lost Whale Inn

Address: 3452 Patricks Point Dr, Trinidad, California, 95570-9782, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3452 Patricks Point Dr, Trinidad, is near Patrick's Point State Park, Moonstone Beach, and Humboldt Lagoons State Park.
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          • Beach


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Lost Whale Inn Trinidad

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Trinidad

          Redwood Nat'l Park - Day 1

          A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr on Sep 06, 2015

          12 photos

          Congrats to Keisha & Chris!!!!! Welcome to the world, Coleman Joseph Davis - I can't wait to meet you! From giant dunes to giant trees! It was a fun day driving down the Oregon coast and into California...beautiful scenery, catching up with one of my dearest friends, Liz, and also anxiously awaiting the baby news from Keisha. Along the way we stopped a few times on ...

          San Francisco - we're passin thru!

          A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 12, 2014

          ... limited for me) were quite amazing! It was all over way too soon and then we were powering on past Sausalito and out of the city. We stayed on the interstate for a couple of hours, passing some small farms and vineyards and then got into the State Forrests again. At Leytonville we came across a huge National Fire Service set up that was absolutely gi-normous! Along a stretch of about 2 kilometres there were hundreds of fire trucks, a few sky-crane heli tankers, dozens ...

          Avenue of the Giants

          A travel blog entry by robno1065 on Jun 18, 2014

          10 photos

          ... drive through a tree which demonstrates how big they are. We have never seen forests like this, and the road through them was an absolute treat with great cambers, long sweeping bends.
          The target overnight stop today was Eureka which is a seaside fishing and tourist area so given its holiday season here we were lucky and snapped up the last couple of rooms. The Super 8 Motel here was old but it had all we needed including ...

          Pacific Ocean and Redwoods

          A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 17, 2014

          1 comment, 37 photos

          ... called Redwood. Highway. Going out of Oregon we crossed the Rogue River two more times before we went south and it headed west to the Pacific Ocean. We got to the CA border and once again there was an inspection station. When we came in from AZ they just waived us thru but this one questioned us: where we were from, where we had been, any cherries from OR, any citrus, any firewood. They passed us thru and we were on our way to a beautiful ...

          The Red Wood Coast

          A travel blog entry by b_btravel on May 31, 2014

          1 comment, 16 photos

          ... is also a little damp and despite the fact that it did not rain at all during our stay, our tent and pretty much everything in it was feeling rather damp this morning. And because the sun never makes it to the forest floor, drying things out proved difficult. But our time in Trinidad wasn't all damp, we spent yesterday afternoon down at the beach, walking along a sandy bay and enjoying the view. We also got to ...