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The Heritage House Resort Along The Mendocino Coast

Are you wanting to explore the Mendocino Coast in California? We stumbled on this gem and are glad we did. I would highly recommend a stay at The Heritage House Resort along California’s Mendocino Coast, as it offered a luxurious night of lodging on our road trip out west.

Heritage House Check In

We arrived from the north, as we had been exploring Redwood National Park and the beauty that these trees offer the state of California. The drive along Highway 1 near Mendocino had amazing coastal views with occasional pull outs for slower drivers, which offered great photo opportunities.Mendocino CoastI might also add that if you are prone to motion sickness, the drive to Highway 1 from Highway 101 is very hilly and curvy.

The staff at the Heritage House Resort was very knowledgeable about the area. We had a kayak adventure planned for the following day and they informed us upon checking in that due to the high winds, it would probably be too windy to venture out the next day. And yes, they were correct. I have learned that the locals often know the answers to your questions when traveling. Ask them, they will make any vacation a better experience.

The views from each unit are spectacular. If you enjoy a view of the ocean while being surrounded with nature, you will appreciate all that the Heritage House Resort has to offer.
Heritage Resort view

Our unit offered a bottle of wine and a deck offering this view. Who wouldn’t want to indulge in this? Mendocino County is in the heart of wine country, so it makes sense that a wide selection of wines are availableMendocino Wine Country

Weddings are also very popular at the Heritage House Resort. The wedding pavilion offered amazing views.

Heritage House wedding pavilion

With a wedding coordinator on site, you can have the wedding of your dreams at the Heritage House Resort. Your custom menu, floral items and wines can all be created for your special day.

We loved the uniqueness that Heritage Resort offered us. We had our own space, yet we had an opportunity to dine in the on site restaurant and experience local wines. The accommodations are top notch and left us longing for nothing.

From a romantic get away to an adventure of whale watching, the Heritage House Resort can assist you. I’d love to return for a visit during whale watching season, as well as a calmer day so we can experience the nearby caves in a kayak.

The Mendocino area has a lot going for it, as well as the California coast. The California coast offers beauty that I love! With the mountain views and the colorful views of the ocean, I find myself longing for a visit to California.

The Heritage House Resort was a pleasant surprise, as we booked it while eating lunch at a little cafe in Fort Bragg.

*Note: We paid for our lodging and all opinions are mine and nobody else’s.

 

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19 thoughts on “The Heritage House Resort Along The Mendocino Coast

  1. Mia

    I’ve always loved driving the California coast! I don’t get motion sickness but you are correct that it’s a bit windy so driver should use caution. I haven’t heard about this place but it’s absolutely stunning and it looks like there are tons of things to do on-site. I love a place where I can relax but also have the option to be adventurous if I choose.

  2. Venkat Ganesh

    That looks like a place I would spend a week doing nothing. Okay. May be just reading books and going for walks. And of course having a drink or two in the evenings.

    Lucky you that you got to stay at such a beautiful place

  3. Nathan

    This place is gorgeous and I love the ocean shots! It looks like the perfect place to explore the area from. I hope to visit here myself one day.

  4. Gokul Raj

    The place has a very nice ambiance and the perfect view. Looks pretty isolated as well which makes it a perfect retreat. No wonder you had a great time there.

  5. The Great Wide Somewhere

    I’ve not been to California wine country yet, but it is certainly on my list! Definitely looks like a good place for a wedding, and kayaking near caves sounds awesome too! Also I of course agree with your advice about asking locals, it is always a good idea 🙂

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