The rooms are comfortable and the breakfasts are indeed legendary. The Innkeeper Christine went out of her way to make our stay warm and welcoming ... we will be back on our next trip to Ft Bragg area.更多
來自 鄉村旅館Owner Christine C 的回應
Bob, Thank you for taking the time to post a review. I'm glad you enjoyed you time with us -...更多
We loved the lovely, old fashioned interior of the whole Inn and amenties such as cookies and pastries in the open living area. We were pleased that there was a chilled bottle of Martinelli's waiting for us in the fridge. Enjoyed our room décor and...更多
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Gail, Thank you for taking t he time to leave us a review. It was wonderful meeting you both. I...更多
First time visiting Fort Bragg and I found this Inn that had very good reviews. I definitely agree. The place is quaint, quiet and very clean. I stayed at the Granny room and really had a relaxing time during my 1 night stay. The Inn...更多
Very accommodating owners, we had everything we needed for a comfortable relaxing stay. Can't beat the breakfast! And Riley, the resident Corgi is delightful. Our room was quaint and comfortable. The little gas heater was so nice!
We have been to this lovely, quiet, comfortable home away from home twice; staying for two nights. The breakfasts are always a delicious surprise. Christine and her mom are wonderful hosts. And Riley is there! Great doggie welcome. Very clean and welcoming, free on site...更多
We will be arriving on the skunk train and staying 2 nights. My question is, without a car is there enough to do by foot? I know we are within walking distance of restaurants and other sights? Is there a taxi or Uber car service in case we want to go outside of a walking radius?
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來自 Christine C 的回應 | 物業代表 |
Unfortunately, the Skunk Train is closed indefinitely on the Fort Bragg side of the mountain due to track issues. So there is no way to take the train from Willits to Fort Bragg at this time. The train is still providing... 更多
Unfortunately, the Skunk Train is closed indefinitely on the Fort Bragg side of the mountain due to track issues. So there is no way to take the train from Willits to Fort Bragg at this time. The train is still providing rides from the Willits side to the halfway point though - and you certainly could do that. There is no public transit or taxi service on the north coast. However, if under other circumstances you were able to get here without your car there is a lot to do within walking distance, there is a bicycle shop that rents bikes, and there is a rental car company.