Things To Do Around The Area

Glass Beach

A must see while on the coast, the famous Glass Beach is located right here in Fort Bragg. Our tips: go at low tide and explore the newly opened second glass beach. It’s about 100 yards south of the main beach (from which much of the glass has been taken from). Come see, but please leave the glass for future visitors to our town.

Located North of Downtown Fort Bragg.

West Elm St & Old Haul Rd, Fort Bragg, CA 95437

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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

Enjoy over 30 acres on the beautiful Mendocino Coast. The gardens keep different flowers in bloom all year and have a beautiful gift shop and café right on site. Buy tickets at our front desk for a discounted price! You can also add them on to your reservation when you book through our website.

18220 Highway 1, Fort Bragg, CA


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Point Cabrillo Light House

Visit the working lighthouse and experience a part of the Mendocino Coast’s history. This is also an amazing spot for whale watching, as it’s one of our furthest westerly points on the nearby coast.

45300 Lighthouse Rd, Mendocino, CA


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Noyo Headlands Trail

The entrance to the Noyo Headlands trail is just a stone's throw away fom our hotel (located to the right of the hotel entrance)! This section of coastal trail is the newest addition to the California Coastal Trail. Our guests can enjoy the trail's multi-use nature, which accommodates walking, hiking, and biking. The trail spans five miles, with stunning ocean views.

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Noyo Harbor

The historic Noyo Harbor is a mere 55 minute walk from the Hotel. Enjoy local seafood, local shopping, and incredible views of the Noyo bridge.

N. Harbor Drive, Fort Bragg, CA, 95437


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By Train

The Skunk Train

Ride the historic skunk train through scenic redwoods and mountain meadows on tracks first laid down in 1885!

Located in Downtown Fort Bragg.

100 W Laurel St, Fort Bragg, CA


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Russian Gulch State Park

Great for seeing local flora and fauna, including beautiful redwood trees. You can also view the "Devil's Punch Bowl", a collapsed sea cave with churning water, and a 36 foot high waterfall (seasonally)!

Two miles north of the twon of Mendocino.

12301 N Hwy 1, Mendocino, CA


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Anchor Charter Boats

What a way to see the whales! Get as close as possible by getting out on a boat. December – May. They do fishing trips year round, check their website for seasons and call to reserve.

Located in Noyo Harbor 

32260 N Harbor Dr, Fort Bragg, CA


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The Ford House Museum

Exhibits of Mendocino’s early settlement, artifacts from the Pomo Native Americans, tools and relics from the early mill days, and a scale model of the town as it was in 1890.

Located on the Mendocino Headlands in Downtown Mendocino.

45035 Main Street, Mendocino, CA


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The Kelly House Museum

Visit to learn the rich history of the Mendocino Coast with access to artifacts, photographs, and documents. The Kelly House provides the only museum-quality storage and research facility open to visitors on the Coast. Check their website for current exhibitions.


45007 Albion Street, Mendocino, CA


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The Guest House Museum

This historic museum holds the history of Fort Bragg not only in items in the museum but in the walls themselves. Constructed in 1892, this building continues to share its beauty and history with today’s visitors.

343 N Main Street, Fort Bragg, CA




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Fort Bragg, CA 95437 U.S.A.

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