Rooms & Buildings
Set at the edge of Van Damme State Park's Mendocino Coast headlands trail, our inn buildings are architecturally interesting and historically signifiant.
Come see why Cobbler's Walk Mendocino was already rated by San Francisco Magazine as a top lodging on the Mendocino Coast.
The Mainhouse was once the town cobbler's residence. It was completely remodeled in 2000 then completely upgraded again by John & Mike in 2013.
It is where the Shared Table are held , Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays each week, and there is a private mezzanine level sitting area for reading, or lounging, or even working on the numerous puzzles we have laid out.
The dining room is also a lounge with fireplace and comfortable sofa for visiting with new friends, or just finding a quiet place to be.
Click to view the Mainhouse's rooms:
- Art's Loft
- The Mariner's Room
- Whitewater View
- Rockview (exterior entrance)
- The Cobbler's Suite (exterior entrance)
The Fourquarters Building
Built in 2000, this redwood four-plex building is smartly designed on three levels so that rooms are very quiet and private. There is a lovely entrance lobby with fireplace and seating area.
It is home to four of our guest quarters, and so the name Fourquarters
Each room has a working fireplace, an outside porch or deck, and flat screen TVs. All were completely remodeled in 2013 with marble tiled bathrooms, and all new furniture & fixtures.
All except Kent's Cove have bathtubs. Kent's Cove is a fully accessible room with a very large bathroom and large step-in / roll-in shower.
Click to view the Four Quarters rooms:
Rachel's Cottage is a stand-alone, very private cottage with a soft drink-stocked fridge, sink, coffee maker, microwave.
It has a gas fireplace, skylights, a large two-person jetted hot-tub, separate shower and commode rooms, flat screen TV, and comfortable daybed and club chair sitting areas.
All fixtures and finishes were upgraded in 2013.
It is named for Rachel Binah who originated this property as an inn, and who built the Fourquarters building and this Cottage in 2000.
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