Beach House Inn

Beach House Inn

100 Pudding Creek Rd.
Fort Bragg, California 95437
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Local Phone: (707) 961-1700

Beach House Room
Located on Pacific Coast Hwy 1 in Fort Bragg, The Beach House Inn boasts 30 rooms with amenities such as fireplaces, large TVs, HBO, extended cable, wireless internet, private balconies, and large soaking tubs for two.

Beach House Inn View
Framed by an Estuary, lush, natural creek views are captured by the balcony windows - with the beach just a 500 foot walk away. Minutes by car to Fort Bragg or Mendocino, there are many things to do and see.
 

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Cost per dog: $20/night. $25/night for dogs over 25 lbs.
  • Other comments: A lot of of areas to walk your pet close by at the estuary or on the beach.

Maya arrives at the Little River Inn <br/>Photo Credit: Dave Kendrick
Maya arrives at the Little River Inn
Photo Credit: Dave Kendrick
The summer crowds are gone, cool weather has set in and Mendocino lodging properties are tempting visitors with low-season specials. The boutique Little River Inn, a bluff-top property with sweeping ocean views, leads the pet-friendly pack by offering 25 percent off on any room if booked by Nov. 15 for a minimum two-night stay between Nov. 26 and Dec. 21. Another fine choice: the Beachcomber Motel in Fort Bragg, which has its own fenced, off-leash dog area and offers “pet suites” in addition to regular rooms with fireplaces and panoramic views. more »
Dogs at play, Beachcomber Motel & Spa
Dogs at play, Beachcomber Motel & Spa
Mendocino County is big and diverse, but there’s something extra-soothing about making base camp within sight or sound of the sea. Settle into a king pet suite at the Beachcomber Motel & Spa in Fort Bragg, and both you and your four-legged loved one will enjoy direct access to the fenced, off-leash dog park right outside. Two suites have doggie doors opening onto gated outdoor kennels, and all pet suites come with a doghouse, pet beds and other woof-friendly amenities (not to mention fireplaces, microwaves, refrigerators and giant TVs for human occupants). more »
Fetch!
Fetch! Photo: Colleen Proppe
While you can drive from one end of Mendocino County to the other in a morning or afternoon (it’s 102 winding miles from Leggett to Gualala on scenic Highway 1) this intoxicating stretch of coastline is best savored at a snail’s pace. Our advice: Hang your hat (and leash) for at least a night in one of the many dog-friendly lodgings situated within sight and sound of the sea.  more »
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