|Mendocino Seaside Cottage - 10940 Lansing Street, Mendocino, CA 95460 1-800-94-HEART|
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Mendocino Seaside Cottage - newly built in 1997 and located just 70 yards to the Pacific Ocean- is located in the heart of the timeless village of Mendocino. Mendocino Seaside Cottage is beautifully situated on the edge of Mendocino's Headlands State Park landscaped with vibrant gardens and quaint pathways and vast panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and the Point Cabrillo Lighthouse. From the Victorian inspired estate it is an easy stroll to beaches, art galleries, live theater, shops, restaurants and rugged ocean cliffs. Rooms feature generous amenities. Pets are warmly welcomed.
Luxury 120º Ocean View: Enjoy the majestic migration of the gentle giants of the sea! What a wonderful time to stay at Mendocino Seaside Cottage! Whales migrate this time of year, they're heading North with their new-born calves. Lucky for us, because they usually stay closer to shore and meander with their pods and youngsters.
Mendocino Village is situated on a peninsula and surrounded on three sides by picturesque wildflower covered bluffs and crashing surf. Established in the 1850's, many of the New England style Victorians have been lovingly restored into romantic Bed & Breakfast Inns, world class restaurants and quaint shops.
Mendocino is a haven for artists, musicians and actors. During the day you can stroll the streets of Mendocino, see dozens of Mendocino artists in their shops and studios. And view or purchase their works and wares. In the evening you are likely to find local theater productions in Mendocino's own Theater Company. Mendocino has an extraordinary cultural diversity rich in history and talent.
Mendocino Seaside Cottage enjoys the Headlands State Park as its front yard. The park is near picturesque downtown Mendocino. The park features grass-covered headlands and a beach, with access from the mouth of the Big River south of town. Trails are popular with hikers and joggers. In winter, the park provides a site for whale watching. The park, with its unique blend of gentle trails, rugged coastline, secluded beaches and timeless history surrounds the Village of Mendocino on three sides. Three miles of trails wind along the cliffs, giving the casual explorer spectacular views of sea arches and hidden grottos. Photographers and painters frequently visit various parts of Mendocino Headlands enjoying and capturing the scenic wonders.