Blackberry Inn

Address: 44951 Larkin Rd., Mendocino, California, 95460, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 44951 Larkin Rd., Mendocino, is near Mendocino Art Center, Ford House Museum, Kelley House Museum, and Gallery Bookshop & Bookwinkle's Children's Books.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Blackberry Inn Mendocino

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Mendocino

    We're Now Officially in Northern California

    A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jun 13, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... and "Holy Sh--". The thing that gets him the most is the lack of guard rails along the cliff-side of the roadway. Plus the fact that a Mustang or Porsche would be more maneuverable on the hairpin curves and switchbacks than our big F350 truck -- oh well. I might, just possibly, leave him back at the trailer next time! The Point Cabrillo Lighthouse, built in ...

    Relaxed, inspired, spoiled

    A travel blog entry by cristinagp on May 01, 2015

    19 photos

    ... home made cookies. That was a treat! We rested for a little while and then walked around the town. Houses are East coast style, but they are kept intact. The town's vibe is very relaxing and welcoming. Everyone greets you with a smile! That night, we decided having dinner at Cafe Beaujoleis. I got Sturgeon and Tom got a delicious Chicken. But the highlight was the chocolate lava cake we got for dessert.

    Next day, Wednesday, after ...

    Mendocino and Sonoma Coast

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... out of a large shell and given my Denverite lack of sea knowledge asked what he was doing. He told me all about Abalone, what he was cutting, and how to catch and prepare them. He was even nice enough to give the shell to Stebbs. From there we explored the town of Mendocino, which is filled with old Victorian style sea side houses one of which we were lucky enough to tour. It was quite cold and rainy so we perused the bookstore and ...

    Coastal catastrophe

    A travel blog entry by outsidebreak on Sep 26, 2012

    ... of this ahead of us, no matter which route we took at this point. Fourth, now we were going to drive this road in the dark.

    And that's when the fog rolled in.

    For the next few hours, Jonas rolled slowly around each curve, with me sometimes sticking my head out the window to try to peer through the fog. We were literally traveling 15 miles per hour down the PCH for quite some time, certain we would never reach San Francisco before ...

    Calistoga to Fort Bragg

    A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Jul 24, 2012

    1 comment

    ... to decide what to do.  It didn't take long to confirm our original decision as an argument broke out between two women further down the park.  Apparently the woman who was a drunk had done something to the woman who was always high the Saturday night just gone and one of them had just got out of jail.  A punch up followed and we decided we had unintentionally stopped at a junkie park and witnessed a junkie scrap, so we high-tailed it out of there as ...