Cleone Gardens Inn

Address: 24600 N Highway 1, Fort Bragg, California, 95437-9542, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 24600 N Highway 1, Fort Bragg, is near Glass Beach, Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, Ricochet Ridge Ranch, and North Coast Brewing Company.
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          • Hot tub
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


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          TripAdvisor Reviews Cleone Gardens Inn Fort Bragg

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg

          From the sublime to the ridiculous

          A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 24, 2015

          57 photos

          ... rocky headland which is very picturesque, but all the little coves around it were a heaving mass of seals. Some lying on the interestingly shaped rocks in the warm sunshine, others were surfing.
          There were hundreds of seals bobbing about in the water, wherever you looked there were glossy heads poking out of the water. They seemed to be waiting for the giant waves to roll in and then surf within the waves. We could see them through the water as the waves washed over them ...

          Day 59 - Still Love To Play With Trains!

          A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 21, 2015

          2 comments, 30 photos

          ... while rising about 1400 ft at a 3.5% grade which is a lot for a train. When the train is descending, you can actually look down and see the next set of rails on the switchback below. The turns are quicker than I have ever seen on a train, and the scenery was beautiful once we got into the redwood forests outside of town. There is also a fairly long tunnel near the summit, they do make you go into one of ...

          Night 21: Mendocino Coast

          A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 13, 2014

          3 photos

          ... and rocks. It was low tide so we went down to the rocks to discover they were excellent tide pools teeming with life. Little fish darted around. Hermit crabs were hard at work. Starfish and anemone clung to rocks hoping for the tide to change as water rushed in and out of the breathing pools. Andrew and Ana got in on the action until Andrew decided he finally had to go to the bathroom. Hooray! We walked over the boardwalk to another area where harbor seals were hauled ...

          Day 23

          A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jul 09, 2014

          8 photos

          ... a remote/primitive campground on the coast another 40 miles to the south. The first 15 miles or so were on pavement with the remainder being dirt ('Usal Road’ for the several folks reading this who have ridden this stretch with me). It’s one of my favorite spots and from the beginning of the trip, I had it in mind for our last night out. Having been there several times before you never know what you’re going to find in terms of weather. I’ve been ...

          Making the most of our last few weeks here

          A travel blog entry by eloiseanddaniel on Feb 11, 2014

          ... beautiful but definitely not enjoyable, plus we discovered our rain gear is not so rain proof after all. Soaking wet we headed to a cafe to warm up and hoped that if we headed to a campsite we might find the means to dry our things and get a good shower. The campsite however did not deliver, with tumble dryers that eat your money, showers that also eat your money and water that tasted like chemicals. Unimpressed, we figured if it was still raining in the morning we would ...