All Places in Mendocino

  • Trillium Cafe and Inn

    Trillium Cafe is located right in the middle of Mendocino village. Our restaurant is beautiful and cozy, with a fire place and ocean views. When the weather permits, we have our outside deck open, which has ocean views of Big River Bay, and our beautiful culinary flower garden. Trillium Cafe Read more [...]

  • Raku House Inn

    The Raku House Inn is a collection of four lodgings within a Craftsman-style bungalow a short stroll from the center of the historic village. Ideally suited for our guests who wish to be conveniently located, the Inn offers clean and airy rooms and a freshly baked organic continental breakfast delivered Read more [...]

  • Alegria Oceanfront Inn & Cottages

    Alegria Inn is an oceanfront bed and breakfast inn located in the village of Mendocino. Mendocino’s only inn with a path to the beach… featuring rooms and cottages with ocean views, fireplaces and decks. A gorgeous, freshly made-from-scratch organic breakfast served every morning. Interesting shops, beautiful galleries, fine restaurants, and the Read more [...]

  • Cafe Beaujolais

    Café Beaujolais, a California French restaurant is located in the historic town of Mendocino on the Northern California Coast. You are invited to experience our classic yet innovative cuisine in an elegant and relaxed atmosphere. Café Beaujolais’ cooking concept starts by seeking out the finest ingredients, from organic local produce Read more [...]

  • Old Gold

    Old Gold is a Mendocino tradition, serving the community for over 30 years. Our jewelry reveals exquisite craftsmanship, thoughtful design and captivating gem-stones. Old Gold specializes in complex jewelry restoration and elegant hand crafted custom designs. With a romantic location in Mendocino, one of California’s premier destination villages, we are honored Read more [...]

  • Point Cabrillo Light Station

    The Point Cabrillo Lightstation a California State Historic Park, includes the historic 1909 Light Station (30.5 acres), and approximately 270 acres of undeveloped coastal bluffs and prairie. The property was purchased and preserved from development in 1992 by the California State Coastal Conservancy and managed by a non-profit affiliate, the Read more [...]