Alegria Oceanfront Cottages

Mendocino, California

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Alegria Inn is situated in historic Mendocino Village. The inn property consists of the Main House and a collection of cottages nestled on a bluff overlooking Big River Beach and an ever-changing ocean cove on the ocean side of Main Street.

Always in transition, our perennial garden, under the guidance of master horticulturist, Jaen Treesinger (featured in Horticulture magazine) and our gardener, Dan Salmond, is a showcase of interesting and unusual plants. We’re also proud to be on the Mendocino tour of antique roses.

Guests staying at the Alegria Main House and Cottages enjoy full breakfast in our ocean view dining room. Deck seating is available in good weather. Breakfast is made fresh daily and features organic ingredients sourced as locally as possible. We begin with fresh fruit hand selected from our local organic food store and organic juices. Organic teas and coffees are served, as well as Hot Chocolate individually made with our own blend of cocoa powder. Chef’s choice entrees include frittatas, baked egg dishes, pancakes, waffles, and locally sourced sausage. Baked goods are always made in-house from scratch. Special diets are gladly accommodated.

The state of being joyful and happy… a bed and breakfast inn in Mendocino, California that welcomes you by putting your cares to rest, applying thoughtful attention to details of your stay so that you can focus more on the important things – the hummingbird out the window, the fragrance of the ocean on the breeze, and the sunlight across the garden path which leads to the ocean beach.

Some people come to Mendocino for the stunning natural beauty. Others for the art, food, and wine. The recreational outdoor activities and intriguing history of the region appeal to visitors as well. Whatever your pleasure, Mendocino is the place for your next vacation.

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