Top Reasons to Stay at The Weller House Inn
- Built in 1886, The Weller House Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The adjacent water tower is the tallest structure in Fort Bragg—climb to the top for city views and whale watching.
- You can tango on Tuesdays or swing dance on Fridays in the 900-square-foot ballroom, which is paneled in California redwood.
- The four available guest rooms have classic furnishings and elegant historic decor, with private bathing facilities and modern heating.
- In the morning, there’s a complimentary breakfast of freshly squeezed orange juice, locally baked breads, organic oatmeal with monukka raisins, organic eggs, jams, and homemade marmalade.
- The Weller House Inn is situated in downtown Fort Bragg, one block from the Skunk Train depot. Board trains here for a ride through acres of virgin redwood forest (click here to view the schedule).
- The inn is undeniably romantic; some of this getaway’s options include a honeymoon package or a wedding package.
Highlights of California’s Mendocino Coast
- Varied terrain of sunlit valleys, fertile vineyards, rocky headlands, and serene forests of old-growth redwoods
- Numerous art colonies inspired by the picturesque setting
- Colorful blooms stretch to the ocean at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
- Waves crash into rock arches and grottos at Mendocino Headlands State Park.
- Dramatic sand dunes at MacKerricher State Park
- Best place for whale watching: Point Cabrillo Light Station (especially in March and April)