Mendocino

There’s quaint and then there’s the Village of Mendocino. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, the architecture, water towers, and stunning location evoke the landscape of 19th century Cape Cod.

Every building embodies the village’s unique history, with its houses weathered by salt, air, fog, and wind. Gardens filled with lush foliage and bright blooms spill over the weathered fences of superbly maintained houses. Many vintage buildings have found new life as B&Bs, shops, and restaurants; the historic red church (with its stained-glass windows still intact) is now an organic co-op grocery. And nature is just a step away at the nearby Mendocino Headlands State Park where the only sounds are the crashing waves and the flapping wings and calls of seabirds.

Explore Mendocino

1. Caspar Cottage

Charming Caspar Cottage is a very sweet cottage built by the owners on five private acres at the eastern edge of the Russian Gulch State …

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3. Chanticleer

Chanticleer vacation rental is a beautiful artist’s retreat. There are two wrap-around decks overlooking the ocean, a vintage cone fireplace, original artwork adorning the walls, …

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4. Dick’s Place

This is a favorite with both locals and visitors alike. This “real” bar on Main Street in Mendocino is a friendly place to enjoy a …

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6. Ellie’s Farmhouse

This warm and  welcoming country home is nestled in the midst of 40 private  acres of  sunny meadow and  majestic redwoods with  direct access to …

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7. Flow Restaurant & Lounge

Welcome to Flow Restaurant and Lounge in Mendocino, where exquisite ocean views pair with delicious dining.Œ Choose to dine with breathtaking coastal views on the …

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8. Fog Eater Café

Fog Eater Cafe is a new vegetarian restaurant located in the heart of Mendocino Village. The cuisine is inspired by both the hearty recipes of …

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