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tammy
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posted 08-17-2004 11:52 AM           Edit/Delete Message
I loved the Sea Rock Inn. We stayed in 15B and just adored our room, our look out over our little deck, everything about this place. Wonderful breakfasts too and great coffee. The innkeepers are so nice and helpful! It is in a great location, short hike to town and the Headlands. We enjoyed dinner at Cafe Beaujolais and Sharons by the Sea (great sunset view). We walked out to Pt Cabrillo Lighthouse which was fun. We will definately be back here sometime again soon. I would stay only here in Mendocino. We looked at other locations while we were there just to check them out and this is BY FAR the best spot to stay!

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kevin
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posted 08-05-2004 12:10 PM           Edit/Delete Message
We loved the Sea Rock Inn.
It was one of the friendliest places we've ever stayed.

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Ian
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posted 07-16-2004 11:53 AM           Edit/Delete Message
All Searock Inn Mendocino accommodations include and feature ocean views from the room and private deck, hand hewn knotty pine wood treatments, private baths, patios, phones, wireless internet access from the decks and common areas, modem access in-room, cable TV/VCR, hairdryers, bath robes, European toiletries, luxury linens, Scandia Down comforters and featherbeds, coffeemakers, breakfast, and complimentary Husch wine upon arriva.

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susie
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posted 07-16-2004 11:49 AM           Edit/Delete Message
From Sacramento (approx. 4 hours)

Take Highway 5 north to Williams, then take Highway 20 west to Highway 101 north. At Willits, take Highway 20 west again, and go south on Highway 1. At Mendocino, exit right onto Lansing Street, and The Sea Rock Inn is ahead on the left.


From San Francisco scenic inland route (approx. 3 1/2 hours)

Cross the Golden Gate Bridge. Continue northbound on Highway 101 past Marin exits, Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Healdsburg to Cloverdale. Take Highway 128 (last Cloverdale exit) through the beautiful Anderson Valley and Navarro River Redwoods until you reach Highway 1 at the coast. Proceed north on Highway 1 for 10 miles to Mendocino. At the traffic light, go left (west) on Little Lake Road, then turn right at the stop sign onto Lansing Street. The Sea Rock Inn is 1/3 mile ahead on the right.


From San Francisco scenic coastal route (approx. 6 hours)

Cross the Golden Gate Bridge. Take 101 northbound. At the Highway 1 / Muir Woods exit, go west on Highway 1. Continue north along the coast for another 5 hours until you reach Mendocino. At the traffic light, go left (west) on Little Lake Road, then turn right at the stop sign onto Lansing Street. The Sea Rock Inn is 1/3 mile ahead on the right. This is a gorgeous coastal route, but is winding and somewhat slow. We recommend only taking this route one way and using the inland route the other way.


From Napa Valley (2 1/2 hours)

Follow Highway 29 north to Highway 128 west at Calistoga, and then to Highway 101. Take Highway 101 north until you reach Highway 128 West at Cloverdale. Proceed northwest on Highway 128 through the beautiful Anderson Valley and Navarro River Redwoods until you reach Highway 1 at the coast. Proceed north on Highway 1 for 10 miles to Mendocino. At the traffic light, go left (west) on Little Lake Road, then turn right at the stop sign onto Lansing Street. The Sea Rock Inn is 1/3 mile ahead on the right.


From the Northwest or Oregon (5 hours from border)

Take Highway 101 south to Leggett, then take Highway 1 south. Or: take Highway 101 south to Willits, then west on Highway 20 to Highway 1, then go south 10 miles to Mendocino. Take a right on Lansing Street, and The Sea Rock Inn is 1/3 mile ahead on the left.


Via Charter or Private Plane

Little River Airport of Mendocino County. Phone: 707-937-5129


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travis
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posted 06-23-2004 11:59 PM           Edit/Delete Message
how far north of San Francisco is Mendocino? and how long is the drive if you go all the way up the pacific coast?

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TimStallworth
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posted 06-18-2004 03:53 PM           Edit/Delete Message
We Loved Sea Rock Inn in Mendocino. Highly Recommended. The Views of the Pacific Ocean were amazing.

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HeatherLocklear
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posted 06-14-2004 04:46 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Wow, did you see the new Sea Rock Inn website? The photos are much better than before and it really gives you a better idea of how nice this property is as well as the location. I'd book a room here before Maccallum House, Schoolhouse Creek or even Auberge Medocino

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busybusy
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posted 06-10-2004 03:13 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Sea Rock was our choice this past trip to mendocino. we were very happy with the cottage we stayed in as well as the excellent service. Susie the innkeeper and owner is so friendly! She definately made our stay memorable. We'll be back on our next visit to the Mendocino Coast.

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maryanne
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posted 06-01-2004 02:22 PM           Edit/Delete Message
We stayed at the Searock Inn and loved the location and view off our private deck. Truely amazing views of the mendocino coast and wildlife abounds just outside your door. We saw Whales migrating and seals poping up closer inn to shore.

This in is like a cross between a mendocino bed and breakfast and a vacation rental as it combined the best of both in one Mendocino inn.

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RockinatWeedsport
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posted 05-05-2004 11:51 AM           Edit/Delete Message
Hi, I'm taking a California vacation trip to Mendocino County this year. We hope To find lodging on the mendocino coast. A small mendocino hotel or vaction rental on the coast would be ideal. Or perhaphs situated in a California Redwood forest?

I keep seeing the Sea Rock Inn popping up everywhere. Has anyone stayed there?

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