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With a stay at Baechtel Creek Inn & Spa, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member in Willits, you'll be convenient to Willits City Hall and Mendocino County Museum. This spa hotel is within close proximity of Willits Rodeo Grounds.

Make yourself at home in one of the 43 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Your memory foam bed comes with triple sheeting and cotton sheets. 32-inch flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with onsite body treatments and facials. You're sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool and a spa tub. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and a fireplace in the lobby.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include business services, express check-in, and express check-out. Event facilities at this hotel consist of small meeting rooms and banquet facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.

101 Gregory Ln

Set on the Northern California shoreline just south of Mendocino, the quiet town of Elk enjoys small-town charm and year-round moderate temperatures. Pastel cottages perch along the coastal ridge, and an artists' collective serves as home to 28 local artists, whose output spills onto a front lawn dotted with delicate bronze sculptures and weathered wood carvings. "We have such a geologically exciting landscape," says local plein air painter Deborah Nord, referring to the steep ocean cliffs that crop up so often in her canvases. The ocean-side bluffs also provide ideal lookouts for whale watching. "The easiest whale to see here on the coast is the California gray whale," says Tanya Smart, an instructor of environmental ethics at Point Cabrillo Light Station. The 50-foot-long leviathans journey southward in January, and upon their return in March, the area welcomes them back with a series of whale festivals and whale-size party hats.

5520 Highway 1

In Point Arena, a coastal hamlet inhabited by about 450 people, New Age shops rub shoulders with old-fashioned family grocers on the tiny main street. Surfers and deep-sea divers share the wharf with fishermen unloading their daily catch of urchins and salmon. Endangered mountain beavers and giant salamanders round out the town's natural inhabitants. Point Arena lies within Mendocino County, known as "America's greenest wine region" for the eco-friendly methods area vintners use to create their celebrated pinot noirs and gewürztraminers. The Anderson Valley Winegrowers Association is comprised of numerous vineyards easily accessible from the inn via car or pogo stick. Many wineries host year-round tastings and tours.From December through April, the Point Arena Lighthouse provides an ideal vantage point for whale watching. Near the grounds of the lighthouse, dozens of walking trails wind through a forest filled with towering redwoods, pines, and cypresses and, in spring, a dazzling palette of coastal wildflowers.

785 Port Road
Point Arena,

Don't let anyone tell you differently, a small inn business is a blast. Mendocino is an amazing place to live or visit! We build our business one couple at a time.

44800 Little Lake Rd

Inflatable Party Jump Company that is locally owned/operated, fully insured for the last 10 years. (2001-2011) We opened our 3000sf indoor party room in 2004 and had to expand to a larger facility (6000sf) in 2006. Open Play is Thurs 11-5 and private parties available also. Don't Delay, Book Today!

301 Kunzler Ranch Rd

Sea Ranch Golf Links takes after the old style of Scottish links-style course design, from the slender fairways and sandy dunes to the swirling saltwater mist that blows over the course with each ocean breeze. The latter may not have much to do with the creative genius of architect Robert Muir Graves, but the site selection alone elevates the experience above most inland courses.

The 18-hole layout flanks Gualala Point, making rocky shorelines and revenge-seeking seagulls as much hazards as the long, amoebic fairway bunkers, grassy dunes, and small, hard-to-read greens. If this all sounds otherworldly, you're not alone: writers from Travel & Leisure and the San Francisco Examiner have also been taken by the balance of rugged oceanside terrain and sleekly-shorn emerald fairways.

42000 Highway 1
The Sea Ranch,