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Beautiful grounds and well maintained rooms. The walls were a bit thin and besides the gym, spa and a few daily activities/events offered, there wasn’t much else.
Very unique and charming. Rooms were adorable and the view is breathtaking.
The scenery around the property was pristine and beautiful, with excellent up close views of the ocean. Beach access was very handy. The rooms were well appointed with heated slate bathroom floors and gas fireplaces. Everything was kept very clean. I did notice two almost invisible corner cobwebs in the bathroom. The room clock radio did not work and the shower door needed minor adjustment. However, nothing diminished my enjoyment of the property.
Nice view of the ocean from our room. Good food in the restaurant, comfortable lounge area with fireplace.
We celabrated our 50th wedding anniversary. Loved the privacy , the view from our room, the doe and fawns, the hawk, the seals and the adorable quail. No so much the drone that our upstairs neighbors flew in front of our window( not your fault). Don't know how you stop disrespectful people. Thank you,
The only complaint I have is that the pillows (and possibly comforter) were down and they were unable to find any alternative pillows. I ended up using the couch pillows, which while not super comfortable sufficed for 2 nights. I’m super allergic to down so even having them on the bed for my husband’s use was rough. The food was good although our order was messed up both times. These are my only complaints. The view from our room was stunning. The bathtub was amazing and the view from the tub was breathtaking. The room was very private and we were able to have our two fur babies with us. We will definitely be coming back!
The Requa Inn is off the beaten track, walking distance from the incredible overlook of the Klamath River emptying into the Pacific Ocean. What a charming bed and breakfast experience Jan offers, complete with the most comfortable bed, clawfoot bath tub, and delicious breakfast, complete with homemade bread. We woke to hear a seal barking from the river, just out our window. My husband and I enjoyed our stay here and will definitely be back again when our travels take us down that way again. Thank you, Jan!
My partner and I decided to hit up Mendocino for the weekend. Fortunately, we were able to snag the last room available for this wonderful place. We stayed in the main hotel, and our room had panoramic views of the ocean with a balcony. We also had in-room dining the next day which was a pleasant treat.
We stayed a couple of nights. We loved our room over the ocean. Everything about out experience was great.
There are still a few things to work out like the housekeeping didn’t do a great job our first night eg didn’t vacuum the room or change the sheets but overall no really serious issues Food was great and well presented in the spacious dining room Grounds are wonderful and well kept
Heritage House Resort for the Holidays is a very nice place to be. Partial ocean view with ocean sounds was great. People with ATT need to know there is no service, apparently Verizon works; TV service was not good, no local channels for news and world events and staff reported that they had spoken to Dish without resolution -- maybe time to change service provider. Ants decided to visit our getaway and staff did not appear to care, oh well maybe the ants were cold? Overall, a very pleasant experience.
Beautiful property and location on the Pacific. A spa is available. Excellent dinner menu and variety on breakfast menu. Short drive to towns of Mendocino and Ft. Bragg. Decks on some rooms to enjoy ocean view.
The hotel was okay. The bed was really comfortable and I liked the heated floors and shower in the bathroom. But for the price I paid, it wasn't worth it. When we opened the doors and stepped into the room, immediately we had to open the sliding doors because there was a stuffiness inside the room. It was suffocating. Also, I noticed there were cobwebs in one corner of the sliding door and there were a couple of bugs in the room (2 spiders). Also, the TV remote was not connecting properly to the TV, I had to press the button 5-8 times to get the TV to change channels or volume. I thought it was a battery issue and so I changed the batteries (had AAA spares in my bag) but still, it took 5-8 presses just to change the channels and/or volume. I ended up turning it off and picking up my iPad instead. Overall, I would not stay here again for the price I paid.
Went here for my one year anniversary and it was perfect. Views were amazing from our room and room was beautiful! Staff was nice and helpful
Beautiful restored resort. Location can not be beat. Views everywhere. Large comfortable room all in good condition. 37 acres in which to roam. Walk out to the gazebo for beautiful views. Quieter than Mendocino and only a short drive into the town of Mendocino.
The softest pillows and blankets ever, so quiet and serene. The Resort was fully booked yet it felt as if no one else was staying there. The walk along the bluff was magnificent and The restraunt/Lounge staff were so friendly and accommodating. The overnight front desk lady was so sweet!
Grounds and views are simply wonderful. Room, furnishings, ants and food options very poor. Furniture very dirty, housekeeping will provide sheets to cover and the ants will remind you of past camping trips. Vacant, damaged buildings scattered throughout the property. Lots of room to improve. Overall overpriced and sad. Hopefully someone will bring the facility up to the level of the grounds and views.
We will be back a lot sooner than 25 years, now that we have found this lovely location! Great ocean views, pleasant walking trails, wonderful band, dancing and happy hour! Nice drive to Mendocino.
Large well-appointed modern room with balcony and limited view of ocean. Gas fireplace. Large bathroom with huge shower. On-site restaurant OK for breakfast and dinner (no lunch). Huge property with walking paths to bluffs overlooking ocean
This hotel is in a transition phase which seems to be out with the old and in with the new. The grounds are old and the unit we stayed in seemed to be brand new. Lucked out with absolutely beautiful weather for the two days we were there. Restaurant which seems to get dumped on was actually very good with extremely hard working staff.
Located within 2 miles (3 km) of Albion River Bridge, Heritage House Resort & Spa places you within a few miles (5 km) of Van Damme State Park. This 62-room, 4-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with a private beach, a full-service spa, and a restaurant.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Cooked-to-order breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10:30 AM.
All 62 rooms provide fireplaces, microwaves, and refrigerators. 42-inch flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include coffee makers, free international calls, and free long-distance calls.
A local mainstay since 1877, Heritage House Resort & Spa offers a private beach, a full-service spa, and a 24-hour fitness center. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with tours/tickets and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and a terrace.