Looking for a truly unique and unforgettably charming experience? THIS is the place! A one-of-a-kind peaceful inn in the midst of a redwood forest. We read by its famed waterfall, hiked a rocky creekbed and waded in its clear cool water. No need to bring your own books -- the inn's library is superbly stocked for every interest, with special emphasis on Shakespeare, history, politics, art, literature, poetry, travel...well, you get the idea. The rooms, although clean, vary somewhat in quality -- the wonderfully personable owners freely admit it is a "work in progress." You’ll never mistake this historic inn for a Four Seasons, so come prepared to relax and become part of the ambience. The tasty food is cooked fresh daily on the premises by the very talented resident chef. And when the resident owners, Rich (a poet) and Renee (a designer), take a break, you can avail yourself of their gracious company and stimulating conversation. An outstanding value. We plan to return again before the season is over!
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