Sea Shell Inn

135 Main Street, Point Arena, California, 95568, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 135 Main Street, Point Arena, is near Point Arena Lighthouse & Museum and B Bryan Preserve.
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Travel Blogs from Point Arena

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 ...

Beautiful Mendocino, California

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Jun 27, 2014

28 photos

... a lot of ground and seen SO much!

Our plated breakfast at the hotel was quite tasty---French toast and fruit.






























More curvy California roads would take us to the Point Cabrillo ...

Lighthouse of Enlightenment

A travel blog entry by billy_d on Sep 20, 2010

1 comment, 4 photos

Enlightened at the Lighthouse As Bonnie, Navi, and I headed up California Highway 1, I made a sudden decision to visit the Point Arena Lighthouse. This lighthouse offered warnings to ships about the sea and the coast. This place rests in a beautiful bay. It offers a place for people to exchange wedding vows as they view the wonderment of God's work. They may also enter in the wonderment of a life together.

I ...

Pacific Coast Highway, Far Reaching Sights

A travel blog entry by billy_d on Sep 20, 2010

6 photos

... I go into fight or flight mode. It’s mostly flight, I’ll have to admit.

Curves, open wind, and the cliffs are beautiful. This road has more curves than the Tail of the Dragon in Deal’s Gap (Refer to Entry, Are Ready to Ride). This road makes the "Tail" a brief encounter. These curves go on for miles and hours. The switchbacks are severe, with wind gusts and ...

Staying with Aunty Mary and Uncle Peter

A travel blog entry by cawleyadventure on Jul 27, 2010

5 comments, 88 photos

... included a bag of delicious cherries with which we all had a "who can spit the stone furthest" competition with! Nearby there is a beach aptly named 'Glass beach because a number of years ago it used to be the local dump for household items including bottles and even cars. Now it is a beach literally made up of rounded glass particles and the occasional car engine sticking up. We had great fun collecting pieces of coloured glass and shells which Issy ...