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MacCallum House Inn

22 reviews

45020 Albion St
Mendocino, CA 95460 US

(707)937-0289

http://www.maccallumhouse.com

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Rates

$149 to $399

Payment types accepted include Discover, Master Card, American Express, Travelers Checks and Visa.


The types of beds available include Double, King and Queen.


Description

Circa 1882. Choose from a variety of accommodations with ocean views and upscale amenities at this Mendocino inn on the coast of northern California. Winner of the iLoveInns.com Top 10 Romantic Inns of 2009, MacCallum House was built in 1882 and includes a renowned restaurant situated in the sun porch, library and dining rooms of this vintage Victorian. The menus showcase regional organic products and a gourmet breakfast is included in your room fee. Surrounding the main house, cottages feature wood stoves and decks, some with private hot tubs. The original barn was restored and boasts river stone fireplaces in each guest bedroom. Properties also include the MacCallum Suites, a luxury mansion on two hilltop acres and the Mendocino Village Inn, an historic three-story 1882 mansion. Massage and Spa services are available, as well as limousine tours of Anderson Valley wine country.Publicity and Awards: New York Times, Sunset Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Vogue, Savor Wine Country, Santa Rosa Press Democrat, San Francisco Magazine, Wine Spectator, Chocolatier, Wine X, Wine Enthusiast, Coastal Living, California Visitors Review.Location: Ocean Community.

Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast, Daily "Food and Wine" Credits.
Types of meals: Restaurant on Premises, Sunday Brunch, Vegetarian Breakfast, Afternoon Tea, Hors d'oeuvres, Gourmet Lunches, Full Breakfast, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Picnic Lunches, Wine, Gourmet Dinner, Dinner, Snacks/Refreshments, Early Coffee/Tea, Executive Chef Alan Kantor showcases regional North Coast wines, seafood, meats, produce with an emphasis on organics and quality purveyors. We change our menus seasonally.
Amenities In Room: DVD, Coffeemaker, Wireless Internet Access, Bath Amenities, Bathrobes, Turn-Down Service, Snack Bar, Reading Lamps, Iron/Ironing Board, Clock Radio, Cable TV, Voice Mail, Television, Telephone, Refrigerator, Modem Hook-Up, Hair Dryer, Data Ports, 24-hour Internet access and Mini Bar.
Amenities On Site: Phone, Parlor Games, Library, Bicycles, Handicap Access, Gift Shop, Child Care, Fireplace, Copy Machine, Television, Fax, Pet Boarding, Limited Handicap Access, Hot Tub/Spa, DVD, Computers and Renowned restaurant on premises.
Business Traveler Amenities: Wireless Internet Access, Television, Iron/Ironing Board, Internet Access, Hair Dryer, Gym Nearby, FAX On-site, Desk and Complimentary passes to the Redwood Health Club.
Transportation Services: Airport Pickup.
Languages Spoken: Spanish

 

Reviews

“A wonderful relaxing stay. This was our first time in 'the House' – we've stayed before in the Gazebo. This has been a more pampered and luxurious visit for us… Echoing earlier guests, the breakfast is a great and will last you through the day (no lunch necessary for us). Dinner at MacCallum House was extraordinary in all respects. The view of the ocean out the window would have been enough … even in the rain. The feelings from the room — peace, calm, overwhelming beauty — are, I hope lingering ones.”
— Jude Lutge

 

“Leaving today. Stayed 3 nights and had a heavenly time. Point Cabrillo Light House and surrounding landscape was beautiful. Sunset last night on the point was very romantic and we should not miss it again on our return. The inn is wonderful and staff friendly. Enjoyed chatting with other guests in the sitting room. Food here is great! The restaurant should not be missed. Moose was fabulous also. The beach and the hike around the point are things we will do next time. We've vowed to return. We're rested and ready to move on to the next leg of our journey.”
— Jude Lutge

 

“After discovering this hidden treasure, we always seem to find ourselves back at the MacCallum House Inn. It seems to be our little hide-away from the city. On our first trip to Mendocino together (back in February) we met some of greatest locals. The staff at the inn are always pleasant. This whole town and the people of Mendocino has taken my breath away! We've had the opportunity to stay at a couple of different rooms and I'd have to say everyone should reserve a night at the water tower. It's breath-takingly beautiful! Overall, each room has a story to tell or a memory to be added to their own story book. I fall in love with this place everytime we step foot in it.”
— Katie T

 

 

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