Worthington House Inn

521 First Avenue, Blue Lake, California, 95525, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $125.00

Travel Blogs from Blue Lake

Pacific Ocean and Redwoods

A travel blog entry by psandefur


... sunning on one of the stacks out in the water.  We found that Trinidad has a pier so we walked out to look at the boats and water then bought our fresh cod and headed for home.  We thought the 60 degrees was cold but this is the average weather even in August and September.  Route 101 is the main road around the coast and sometimes it is 2 lanes and then turns to a 4 lane freeway.  We found out that there was a fire in the 1940's that ...

You can't stop us from looking at the trees!!

A travel blog entry by brytorlyn


... to the public as a restaurant in the 1960s.

We realize just how spoiled Lyndsey is becoming as she proceeds to complain that she wanted ocean view. What?? There isn't a menu to choose from? No, we tell her it is like it was in cookhouse days...you come in ...

Going home today

A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace


After a third night in a row of insomnia, I was up before 6am again noticing that it was getting light. Dad woke up eventually too maybe from my rustling. I decided to get up and start the day. The first thing on Dad's mind was getting the stove fixed so we could feast for breakfast. We had agreed that if he got the stove fixed, we would have for breakfast what we were going to have for dinner the previous night.

I got up and walked out onto our stone ...

California, almost in the rear view

A travel blog entry by dan_tess


... back to our hotel at 'the gateway' was a bit of a pain in the backside afterwards though. After Yosemite we went back on ourselves towards the coast passing through the same towns and villages before we went around San Fran and then passed through the gorgeous town of Petaluma on the way to Bodega Bay. At Bodega Bay we had a quick drive by the famous buildings used by Alfred Hitchcock in The Birds before heading over to Sonoma in the heart of wine country. We'd decided to do ...

We've reached California

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen


... drive the Howland Hill Road loop through the Redwood forest, an area that has never been forested. So we unhitched the Fiesta and off we went. Well, the road was little more than a cow path and lead us in, around, between, through Redwood trees that were huge, tall, and straight as a bean pole. It was quite the experience. We hitched onto Star and continued on. We deviated a little bit off the Pacific Coast Highway and down the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway; another road through ...

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This B&B, located on 521 First Avenue, Blue Lake, is near Clam Beach County Park, Chumayo Spa, Sinkyone Wilderness State Park, and King Range National Conservation Area.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding