October 16, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Heritage House Resort & Spa in Little River, California
On the dramatic Northern California coastline lies the town of Mendocino. A thriving artist community, Mendocino's architecture resembles that of a quaint New England town. Rugged cliffs, secluded beaches, and deep alpine forests surround the area, making this landscape one of the nation's most beautiful. In the heart of it all, find The Heritage House Resort & Spa, a retreat from the hustle of modern life. On 37 private acres along the Pacific, Heritage House immerses guests in the wonder of nature from their 66 charming cottage suites. A places to forget the meaning of time, and to encounter your true spirit.
Rustic sophistication and natural elegance make each suite at Heritage House a true retreat. Featuring views of the hillsides and Pacific from private decks, many rooms have fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs. Capture the magic of the stunning surroundings while enjoying exceptional. Activities range from hiking the hills and watching the migration of Californian Grey whales, to sampling wines at local vineyards. Find total tranquility at the Spa, where healing treatments from around the world rejuvenate guests from private treatment rooms. Inspired by the spectacular landscape, find unique and dramatic menus infused with the flavors of locally grown produce in the dining room. The Heritage House is a haven, where the wondrous inhabits the everyday.
Location of The Heritage House Resort & Spa
Nearest Airport: STS
Amenities for The Heritage House Resort & Spa
- General Information
- 66 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Heritage House Resort & Spa
The bungalows were nice, but showing a little age. Very clean. They have adhered to the new trend of charging â€˜resort feesâ€™ though I didnâ€™t even notice a hot tub let along a swimming pool, so not sure what the this fee was about. Restaurant was pretty good, though spendy (ahh, resort prices). Service excellent at restaurant & front desk
GAP-PDX - Oregon
Loved this wonderful boutique-like resort. All different kinds of rooms and views to choose from. Our room was a detached room with a beautiful patio with a view overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The bed is so comfortable and the towels very soft. Nice room and bathroom. Resort has a fabulous restaurant and bar and the service was great. Grounds are beautiful as well. Love this place and would go back.
Teri G - Gainesville, Florida, United States
I expected more of the hotel. Our room's walls were scuffed and the floor was stained everywhere. Not sure if they gave us this room because we had our dog but for what you pay, you'd expect nice accommodations. The bartender in the lounge area (I think his name was Jim or John) who waited on us Friday evening was very nice. Recommended food and drinks and had great conversation.
catherine c - San Francisco, California
Our visit was a wo day retreat during the week. Property needs work. Our room had a spectacular view that is hard to beat. With that being said, room needs paint, needs all amenities to work properly. Restaurant is a definite no go!! Was called an hour before dinner to let us know all they could serve was pizza and salad! Breakfast was really poor as well. IF you decide to book here, go to Ft Bragg to Harvest market (highly recommended) and purchase wine, cheese, fruit, etc. to eat while sitting on your deck enjoying the view. Really sad that this was and could be again a great property.
Donald H - Reno, Nevada, United States
This was our third stay at Heritage House, after some years. The location is stunning, with views of the Pacific from our deck. We had a standard room, which was spacious, and the bed was comfortable. However, it lacked atmosphere. Had to contact the front desk to ask how to turn on the fire, as there was no information book in the room. The bathroom was very good, with underfloor heating, and a large shower. We checked in a little before 3.00pm, and booked our table for dinner. We were told that the earliest was 7.30pm, and so we went for that. My husband was walking through the reception area a little later, and heard a couple checking in being offered a table at 6.30pm. The tea/coffee maker in the room had good coffee, but only camomile tea. My husband likes ordinary English Breakfast tea, and I asked reception if any was available. She searched high and low, and came up with Earl Grey with Lavender Oil. I said that even Liptons would be welcome, but was told that they were an upmarket hotel, and did not have anything like Liptons tea! We were travelling with relatives, and they had English Breakfast tea on the tray in their room! Went into the bar at 7.00pm, and although the waitress brought us dinner menus, she did not return - even when asked - to take a drinks order. The drinks arrived once we were seated for dinner. As we were late for dinner (by California standard), the 'fish of the day' was all gone, as were other choices on the menu. The same thing happened at breakfast, when three of the items were only available at weekends. Why not print a separate weekday menu? The dining room lacked atmosphere, and would benefit from more appropriate lighting/candles on tables. When we checked out the following morning, I did ask to speak to the manager to share these views, but I was told that she was not in yet. I asked if any manager was available, but was told no, they were busy elsewhere. We had been so excited to return to Heritage House, and we were so very disappointed. The atmosphere of the old hotel has gone. I know that the new owners are trying to refurbish the place, but they are not doing very well at this. It takes a lot to get things wrong in such a stunning location.
JMBILLERICAY - London, United Kingdom