The ruggedly beautiful Mendocino Coast is a destination you will never forget: 70 miles of rivers, state parks, redwood trees, waterfalls, and beaches offering everything from birding to whale watching and photography to romantic picnics. In the heart of it all, is our Atrium Bed and Breakfast, a Victorian inn located in the historic, seaside town of Fort Bragg.
Imagine sitting in our flower-filled atrium garden while sipping your choice of morning beverage and planning your day. Will it be sifting through mounds of beautiful sea glass at one of our glass beaches, a train ride through the redwoods, horseback riding on the beach, or walking through our downtown and museum? Maybe you would like to visit a real working lighthouse for some history and whale watching? Or perhaps a lazy beach day, some shopping and the lure of dining is more your style?
Whatever the choice, innkeepers Gail and Mary can help you make the most of your visit — whether it’s your first trip to Fort Bragg or just your latest adventure here.
Fort Bragg: New York Times 2014 Places to Visit
—Tuesday, January 21st, 2014 at 3:45 am
It is true that the New York Times didn’t specifically name Fort Bragg as a place to visit, but they did say the Mendocino Coast (of which Fort Bragg is on the north end) was #3 on places to visit in 2014. And, Fort Bragg is an official gateway; in fact, the “Fort Bragg-Mendocino Gateway to the California Coastal National Monument.”
If you’ve never visited Fort Bragg, then let us share a few links to bring our tiny seacoast town into focus. If you have been here, then this is just a reminder why you need to come again soon. And, we have a room waiting for you.
Glass Beach – one of a kind beach with beautiful sea glass.
Point Cabrillo Lighthouse – restored to its 1909 glory.
Redwoods – they are everywhere, including in one of our city parks.