Brewery Gulch Inn      
9401 North Highway One, Mendocino, CA 95460-9767, USA    
(800) 578-4454, (707) 937-4752
  • Free Night Participating Inn
 
 

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  9. Osprey...
  10. Lookout...
  11. Smuggler's Cove...
  12. Meadowview...
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  14. Fireplace in Great Room...
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Description

Brewery Gulch Inn is located on three acres with coastal spruce, mature pine and redwood trees, hundreds of rhododendrons and many native plants in Mendocino, California. This extraordinary inn features ancient virgin redwood timbers eco-salvaged from Big River. Guest rooms, eight with private decks, are furnished to provide the ultimate in comfort. Each room has a fireplace, quality Sferra Italian linens, a cozy seating area with leather club chairs, a desk, excellent lighting and an ocean view framed by trees. Additional amenities include LCD flat screen TVs with cable and DVD, iHome clock radios, complimentary local and domestic long distance service and Wi-fi high-speed Internet. Indulge in an outstanding cooked-to-order breakfast each morning. The evening wine hour features bountiful hors d'oeuvres and carefully chosen wines from Mendocino County wineries.

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Rates

$325 to $495

Off Season: $275 to $445

Payment Types Accepted Include Personal Checks, American Express, Travelers Checks, Master Card, Visa, Discover and cash.

    • Wine
    • Snacks/Refreshments
    • Hors d'oeuvres
    • Breakfast
    • Full
    • Cooked To Order Breakfast; Evening Wine Hour Includes Light Dinner Buffet

Amenities

This property has 11 total guest accommodations, 10 with private bath, 10 with fireplaces, 2 with hot tubs, 2 with whirlpools, 1 two-bedroom suite. The types of beds available include Twin, Queen and King.

  • Bath Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Cable TV
  • Computers
  • Copy Machine
  • DVD
  • Fax
  • Fireplace
  • Free parking on premise
  • Gift Shop
  • Hair Dryer
  • Handicap Access
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Suitable for Events
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Turn-Down Service
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Desk
  • Television
  • Modem Connection
  • Internet Access
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • FAX On-site
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Daily Newspapers
  • Gym Nearby
  • Flexible Cancellation
  • Off-site Dry Cleaning Services
  • Flexible Check in/out Times

Events Hosted

    • Honeymoons
    • Family Reunions
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Meetings
    • Seminars
    • Weddings

Spa Services

On-Site Spa Services

  • Massages
  • Yoga/Meditation

Specialty Treatments: Hot Stones., Deep Tissue, Pre-Natal

Spa Packages: Body & Soul.

Inns Of Interest

    • Gardens
    • Unusual Architecture

Liquor License

    • Beer & Wine

Romantic Interest

Peace and quiet, away from hustle and bustle of village tourists; serene, natural environment.

Innkeepers Association Memberships

PAII, CABBI, CHLA, Member and partner in the Green Hotel Association

Describe Garden and Grounds

Woodland gardens, wildflowers, meadow, herb garden. Walking trails on property.


 
Madrone

First floor roop with taupe walls and a sheltered view of Smuggler’s Cove. Covered deck and a view of the cove framed by pines and fir. Comfortable leather club chairs with chenille throws, large two-person Jacuzzi and King-size feather bed.

Rates: $395 - $495

Type of bed: King

 
Pine

First-floor room with travertine-wrapped Jacuzzi tub for two, a covered deck and a picture-postcard view of the cove. Seafoam walls trimmed in white draw the ocean in and provide the perfect backdrop for a collection of framed black and white prints, a soft Queen bed and comfortable leather seating by the fireplace. The large mirrored closet completes this offering.

Rates: $335 - $445

Type of bed: Queen

 
Redwood

Sycamore walls and white trim set the soothing tone for this first floor room. French doors lead to a private deck that frames a coastal view out over Smuggler’s Cove. Queen bed, leather club chairs, a writing desk and a large, mirrored closet. A spacious roll-in bathroom and a stall shower with a seat make this room ideal for guests with limited mobility.

Rates: $275 - $350

Type of bed: Queen

 
Manzanita

Light-filled, first floor corner room with windows overlooking meadows to the east, trees to the south and Smuggler’s Cove and the Pacific to the west. Covered deck just outside of French doors; cappuccino walls with sand dollar trim.

Rates: $395 - $495

Type of bed: King

 
Raven

Windows to the west, north and east. Private balcony with chair, fireplace and large soaking tub. Hues of ecru and beach shell surround the King feather bed and leather club chairs; writing desk in the corner.

Rates: $395 - $495

Type of bed: King

 
Pelican

French doors and private balcony. 2nd floor refuge with celadon walls and redwood accents. A downy-soft Queen feather bed, leather club chairs and fireplace.

Rates: $310 - $405

Type of bed: Queen

 
Heron

2nd floor hideaway with moss-green walls with redwood accents. French doors and private balcony. Fireplace and comfortable leather chair.

Rates: $310 - $405

Type of bed: Queen

 
Osprey

Airy, spacious corner room located on the inn’s second floor. Windows on the east side look out onto our pastoral meadow. On the west side, French doors open onto a private balcony with expansive ocean views. This same vista can also be viewed from the two-person soaking tub in the room’s bath.

Rates: $395 - $495

Type of bed: King

 
Lookout

Two top-of-the-inn aeries, each located up a private stairway on the third floor. Walls of sea grass and white accents, King feather bed and writing desk. The bedding in each of these rooms can be reconfigured into twin feather beds. If traveling with friends or family members, these loft rooms have a connecting door between them.

Rates: $275 - $350

Type of bed: King

 
Smugglers Cove

Two top-of-the-inn aeries, each located up a private stairway on the third floor with panoramic view of Smuggler’s Cove. Walls of seagrass and white accents, King feather bed and writing desk. The bedding in each of these rooms can be reconfigured into twin feather beds. If traveling with friends or family members, these loft rooms have a connecting door between them.

Rates: $275 - $350

Type of bed: King

 
Meadowview

East-facing windows, 650 square feet, DISH Network, Refrigerator, Coffee Maker, Microwave, Stereo, 2 televisions with DVD.

Rates: $395 - $495

Type of bed: King, Queen(2) , Twin

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

Two nights on weekends, three nights on some holidays

Children Restrictions

Twelve and over

Cancellation

14 days notice, refund minus $50 service charge

Check-in/Check-out

3:00pm / 11:00am


Other Activities

    • Wineries
    • Water Sports
    • Tennis
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Parks
    • Museums
    • Live Theater
    • Horseback Riding
    • Hiking
    • Golf
    • Fishing
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Bicycling
    • Beaches
    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Skunk Steam Engine Train
    • Historical Village
    • Botanical Gardens
    • Whale Watching

Historic Interest

Built from ancient virgin redwood timbers, eco-salvaged from Big River. Located on historical site of 1st brewery in Mendocino.

Historic sites nearby:

Ohlone Indian site next door

Other Awards:

Conde Nast Traveler 2014 Top 25 Hotels in the United States: Readers' Choice Awards rated Brewery Gulch Inn #18
Travel + Leisure's 2014 World's Best Awards placed Brewery Gulch Inn 3rd in the continental U.S. Inn and Small Lodge category, and 20th among all hotels worldwide

Nearby College/University

College of the Redwoods

Get a Free Night at this inn

The dates this property will honor the certificate are November-April, Sunday-Thursday, subject to availability, except during holidays or local special events..

- One Night Free: This property is featured as participating in the iLoveinns.com Buy-One-Night-Get-One-Night-Free program.


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2nd Visit - What a Wonderful Spot

I was so lucky to have found the Brewery Gulch the first time and yet the second reminded me how wonderful it truly is. Nestled among the trees for privacy there is nothing like sitting on the deck and enjoying the ocean views. A relaxing spot to wind down your day. What caring staff and owner! They are present and making sure each detail is looked after – I must say I’ve been to many Mendocino B & B’s and this far surpasses all others. From the welcoming smile to the beautiful breakfasts and intriguing winee hour – the light dinner was so fresh, using all local and organic ingredients. Their wine lists are amazing – my favorites being the north coast selection of Pinot Noirs and Red Blends. Our room was the Manzanita – a quiet corner on the ground floor with private chairs just outside our glass door. Beautiful bath and the room and bed so comfortable. Must be those great linens. I agree with all other reviewers, don’t hesitate to book here – Can’t say enough about this wonderful inn.
susan callahan

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Fabulous

I had the opportunity to stay at the Brewery Gulch Inn last week and it exceeded all my expectations! The property is beautiful and comfortably appointed. The staff is very professional, especially Laura at the front desk and Steven, the General Manager. The chef is wonderful, cooked to order breakfasts - you have to try the "Millionaire’s Bacon" and a wine hour with a full dinner. A true gem on the Pacific.
Diane Cox

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Romantic

This is the umpteenth time that we have stayed here, and Guy, his wife Sarah and all the BGI crew really know how to spoil their guests. From the plush rooms with fireplaces, soaking tubs, balconies with ocean views to the scrumptious breakfasts and hors deouvres that actually was more like a dinner buffet. This place is so comfy-cozy and you are so pampered, you wish you could move in.
Joshua & Rachelle Bergren

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Our Romantic Honeymoon in Style

Thank you to Mina and Jo Ann and the Brewery Gulch Staff for making our honeymoon stay nothing short of incredible. We can't wait to come back!! My husband and I stayed in the Madrone Room for three nights and it really was as romantic as everyone says. My expectations were far exceeded. The Staff are incredibly helpful and will take care of you. The grounds and the Inn are wonderfully rustic, modern and Craftsman in style. We could smell the fireplace from the road and I was in heaven from that moment! The room was impeccable, the bath products were a wonderful surprise and having our own deck was a special touch. The gourmet breakfasts and the light dinner happy hour were both fantastic - our compliments to the chef and staff, thank you! My only regret is that we didn't stay one more night!
Jesse Hall
8/24/2010

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Family Xmas, Babymoon, Mini-break..

Brewery Gulch is such a luxury. I took my parents here for Xmas week and spent the time playing board games, watching DVDs, going for walks, and eating delicious food as a family. Price-wise an excellent deal since they feed/snack you all day. The living quarters are very cozy. The beds and chairs are super soft and I really can't say enough about the amenities. The Carneros Inn is the only other place I've spent time in that I love just as much except the cost of the Carneros is preventative. I've also shared this place with my husband and we spent our babymoon here. We will continue to plan mini breaks at the Brewery Gulch Inn when our babies get older and schedule a end to end family reunion there one of these days.
Diana Liu
7/27/2010

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Romantic

I can't imagine a better place to stay when in Mendocino. The Brewery Gulch Inn was wonderful. My wife and I stayed here on our second trip to Mendocino and we found Brewery Gulch superior to the first inn we stayed at. The inn is made from salvaged old growth redwood and this place is beautiful. The interior is warm, relaxing and romantic. The room rates include a full breakfast in the morning, and wine and cheese in the evening. I am not talking your regular B&B muffin and coffee breakfast either. They serve some tastey full breakfast entrees. In addition the wine served in the evening is some excellent Navarro River valley wines. There is a large meadow behind the inn. Every morning and evening several white tail deer come to the meadow to graze. They don't mind humans so you can watch them for as long as you please.
Robert Z
1/15/2010

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Our Favorite

Romantic. Peaceful. Inviting. I could make a list of great qualities that would fill this page. My wife and I stayed here during our honeymoon and we cannot wait to return! The staff was so friendly and helpful, even the owner mingled with the guests and served drinks in the evening. VERY well decorated and had a luxurious feel. The rooms are excellent, especially the bathroom w/ whirlpool tub. The breakfast in the morning and the evening "hors devours" (which was more or less a light dinner buffet), were delectable! We also booked all of our daily activities through the hotel, and paid it all on one bill when we left - horseback riding, in-room massages, tours, etc. Highly recommended!
Ryan Hurlburt
Tampa, FL
11/17/2008

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InnSide Tip - Free Night Certificate
We were traveling during "peak" season, and most of the other inns that accept the Free Night Certificate found in your book do not accept during this season. Brewery Gulch Inn was very gracious, however, and gladly accepted ours.
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Romantic Plush and Pampered

My wife have stayed here twice in the past year, and we are on our way next week to stay here. From the little details to surprising us with flowers and champagne on our anniversary, to the extra little service and touches each and every staff member give. The rooms have been recently remodeled and make you feel like you never want to leave and spend the time with your loved one in the room. The music piped in through the grounds and the romantic cozy fireplace in the main room make this a haven away from the stress and life. Don't get me started on the breakfasts, because those are worth some award medals on TOP CHEF! Great job Brewery Gulch Inn, you will keep us back coming again...and again...and again!!
JOSHUA BERGREN
PACIFIC GROVE, CA
11/7/2008

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