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Everything about this place is FABULOUS....AND they have goats! The owners are delightful and entertain every evening in the reception area with wine and snacks. All the cabins are uniquely decorated in 50's kitch (not in the uncultivated taste way, in the FABULOUS way). The...More
We loved this place. Our family stayed in Curious and Curiouser on a cold February night. The rooms are funky and dated (on purpose). If you are looking for your typical sterile hotel - this isn’t the place for you. If you are looking for...More
Family feeling and pet friendly. Great amenities like hot tub, happy hour and light breakfast. The personable staff was very responsive to our needs and offered great ideas for outings and restaurants. We will be returning regularly.
This was almost like camping in the most fun way with the comforts of a feather bed and modern bathrooms. We loved the room "Curious". It had a telescope for star gazing and adirondack chairs on the patio. The owners are awesome and you really...More
We stayed here one night and really wished it could have been for longer. A fascinating place - each piece of furniture and object tells a story. Very clean and well-equipped. We are a family of 2 adults, and 3 kids and stayed in cabins...More
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Hi Barbara, not sure what you mean by guesthouse -- the Andiron has a set of cabins (individual units). The town center of Mendocino is not walkable from The Andiron's cabins, there's a highway and it'd be dangerous. The... More
Hi Barbara, not sure what you mean by guesthouse -- the Andiron has a set of cabins (individual units). The town center of Mendocino is not walkable from The Andiron's cabins, there's a highway and it'd be dangerous. The Andiron is a small boutique type Inn so I don't believe they have a shuttle like larger hotels or chains. (I've never seen a shuttle.) Most people who rent the cabins have their own car. What you may lose in modern convenience you gain in delightful rustic character, if that's your thing.