June 19, 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
When the front desk goes out of their way to tell you over and over again that your room has a great view, it likely has a great view along with some things that aren't so great. Room 34 indeed has fabulous view but it has no internet access, even though the property advertises that it does. Of course when i called the front desk to ask for assistance with the internet service I was told to go outside to use the internet. It was 52 degrees. The manager did have the router reset after I asked to speak with her unfortunately that did not work. Second, I applaud the focus on being "green". The bathroom lights are motion driven. Unfortunately if you are in the shower more than about 5 minutes, you are in the dark. Motion in the shower clearly doesn't count!! Finally, fabulous view hardly makes up for the fact that room 34 sits under the dining room. All evening til after 10 pm and beginning about 7:30 am you could hear chairs being moved back and forth, the musak, and the occasional dropped silverware. We were looking so forward to this stop on our journey. Unfortunately we were disappointed.
Leslie D - San Antonio, Texas
Although the property has amazing views, I would not return to this hotel. I booked two rooms: 1 for myself, sister and toddler, and 1 for my parents. The rooms were side by side, which we appreciated. We really only needed the rooms to sleep, as we were taking a quick trip up from San Francisco. We brought a cooler with bottled water, and juice. I also brought a bottle of red wine for us to enjoy. Everything was fine until I reviewed my credit card statement. I was billed two times for charges I didn't authorize, nor recall. When I emailed the property, I didn't get a response. I called and the representative told me that we had taken a bottle of water and a soda - and that explained one of the charges. However - as I said previously, we took a cooler full of refreshments with us and had no need to take the hotel's. When I explained that, she went silent for a moment, then explained that the hotel staff noted the bottle of water and soda were gone. I know we didn't take them, and I don't appreciate being accused of taking something we didn't take. One of the rooms was not ready when we checked in, how do we know the staff properly replenished the fridge and noted inventory? This hotel isn't cheap - if I can afford to pay for a couple of rooms, I could afford incidentals - but I'm not paying for something we didn't take. It's that simple. Secondly, I had a charge manually entered from the hotel bar two days after I checked out - that we never went to. The representative on the phone could not explain it either. She indicated that she'd bring it up to the manager and they would contact me. Given that it's been several hours and the last thing I want to do is spend more time on incorrect charges, I filed disputes with my credit card company. Yes, I know it's "only" been a few hours, but I also believe incorrect charges should be addressed promptly. Perhaps a courtesy call to say you're looking into it - just, something! I see that management does have time to read reviews, so I figured they'd read my concerns here. It's unfortunate, as we were planning to return to the area with more family. We'll be staying elsewhere.
Cindy Z - Walnut Creek, California
I had trepidations with some of the reviews here, but on visiting this hotel in midApril, we were amazed and consider this as one of the best places I've been - we didnt want to leave. Booked via Hotel Site. The room we got was a large suite with a King AND a Queen bed, very comfortable. There was a fireplace and thermostat control.. There were 2 sinks and the walk-in shower was huge, Lights were turned on automatically and set on a timer so while one was taking a shower more than 5 minutes, the lights would turn off- I know this could be reset but didnt know how to. There were mirrors outside the bathroom ( in the closet and on top of headboard) that was impractical tor anyone to use while applying makeup) but minor details, really. Wifi was free, but a little spotty-( but in a place like this on vaca, who wants to be online all the time??) We felt pampered and the whole place was just luxe. Raining on and off, but we were still able to walk the grounds - amazing beautiful, coastal. Could have spent hours just lounging and listening to the waves. Going to the Gondola area is a must. Our room was on an elevated area, not close to the edge of the coast, but still with the same gorgeous views , and shared a balcony with another room but we only saw the other guests once and didnt hear them while we were in our room. If I had time, I would have read a book in those Adirondack chairs on our balcony, facing the ocean. No room service, but we ordered pizza by phone and picked it up at the restaurant. Delicious personal pizzas - staff went out of their way to pack it nicely with napkins. Breakfast was delightful in the restaurant - with those breathtaking views. Overall, a really nice stay! Highly recommended!! Cant wait to come back when we could stay longer and no-rain weather! PS A few miles drive up the freeway 1 - turn right on Airport Road and in 3 miles to the left is the Pygmy Forest at Van Damme State Park - short 10-15 minute relaxing walk, amidst 100 year old small trees, easy, free, wheel chair accessible
girlncalifornia - california
I stayed at Heritage House in December after the holidays before New Years. The lobby was tastefully decorated and had a cozy ambiance. Our room was higher up so we had a view from our deck and bed of the ocean. The bathroom was update and huge! Overall, I was very happy with the Heritage House. The restaurant was better for breakfast than dinner as one night we had limited dinner options. I think the chef didn't show up so our options were pizza, a burger and something else. The service was a little slow, I believe they have a hard time finding workers. What a shame, the place is beautiful!
Donna L - Lynbrook, New York
Wonderful views, spacious room, nice restaurant..great getaway. I highly recommend this renovated inn. Quieter than Mendocino but just a short drive to the town of Mendocino too. Good service and 37 acres to roam
Oaklandgal65 - Sebastopol, California