Point Reyes Station Bed and Breakfast Inns
The Black Heron Inn
— Point Reyes Station, CA
|Point Reyes National Seashore offers over 70,000... Read More
$165 - $195
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Formerly known as Olema Station, Point Reyes Station has the biggest commercial district and it got its name from the railroad that ran through this place. By the way, that railroad ended its run after fifty nine years in 1933. Black Mountain is conveniently located in Point Reyes Station towards east of this town. Shoreline Highway, which is considered an A Street, is historical with most of its fašade facing north because of the Point Reyes Station's past railroad era. And the architecture is notably of Italian origin since the early immigrants were Northern Italians or Italian speaking Swiss. Point Reyes Station's sidewalks are abuzz with activity on weekends. It is frequented with caravans of bicyclists, motorcyclists, and all types of tourists and visitors passing through. If you are one of these visitors, do not hesitate to try out any of the Point Reyes Station bed and breakfast inns.
Historic Point Reyes Station is the gateway to the Point Reyes National Seashore and Tomales Bay. Point Reyes National Seashore offers more than 70,000 acres of beaches, forests, trails, horseback riding, bird watching, majestic Tule elk and unlimited spectacular scenery. Point Reyes Station is the hub of West Marin County and is located only one hour from the Golden Gate Bridge and 45 minutes from Napa Valley. Though small in size Point Reyes Station offers a diverse and eclectic mixture of shops, restaurants, Saturday farmer's market, oysters and wine tasting. Tomales Bay is a mecca for small boats and sailboats, as well as a number of kayak touring companies. West Marin is also famous for its leadership in the sustainable, organic agriculture movement. By The Black Heron Inn.