Blackberry Inn

Blackberry Inn

44951 Larkin Rd.
Mendocino, California 95460
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Reservation Phone: (800) 950-7806
Local Phone: (707) 937-5281

The Blackberry Inn, nestled a half mile above the historic town of Mendocino, offers guests the best of both worlds. Surrounded by sylvan trees, sunny meadows and breathtaking ocean views, the Inn is perfect for those looking for tranquility and luxury.

Whether you enjoy strolling through town, hiking the many surrounding beaches, biking the idyllic Highway One, or relaxing on your redwood deck with a glass of wine, the Blackberry Inn offers serenity and proximity.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Maximum number allowed: 2 large, 3 small
  • Cost per dog: $ 15 ($25 if over 50 lbs) for first dog; $10 for second ($20 if over 50 lbs) per night
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
  • Other comments: Dogs allowed in 3 rooms. Dogs must not be left alone in the room.

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags
  • Special treats
  • Big lawn area for dogs to run around.

Bodhi at Ten Mile Beach. Photo Credit: www.blakefloydgardner.com
Bodhi at Ten Mile Beach. Photo Credit: www.blakefloydgardner.com
Whether you drive all or just some of the 102 intoxicating miles of Highway 1 hugging the Mendocino County shore, you’re sure to find many places to pull over and get some sand between Bella’s toes. Take it at a snail’s pace, but be sure to check out these highlights. 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 »
Dog on beach in Northern California
Happy dog in Gualala
If you haven’t been to Mendocino County in a while, consider following coastal Highway 1 through a scenic wonderland touched by many trails where you and your dog can sniff out your own discoveries.

Start in Gualala, on the Sonoma/Mendocino county line, where the Gualala Bluff Trail offers three miles of elevated views and excellent wildlife watching (look for passing whales, sea otters hauled out on the beach and lots of shorebirds). Sunsets seen from the trail often are outstanding, too.

Ready to dish up the kibble and call it a night? The Surf Motel and Gualala Country Inn will welcome your pet as warmly as they welcome you.   more »
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