A contemporary lodge that commands an ocean view blufftop one mile south of the town of Mendocino. Embracing the Arts & Crafts style, this Redwood masterpiece was built in 2001 from ”sinker” logs that were eco-salvaged from the nearby Big River. The Inn’s 10 rooms, all facing Smuggler’s Cove, and its two-room suite (owner’s/manager’s unit), are all tastefully furnished with local art. Extensively remodeled in 2008/9, the current owners have continuously updated both the aesthetics and the infrastructure of this showcase property. A consistent AAA 4-Diamond recipient since its opening, the Inn has maintained a place on both Travel + Leisure and Conde Nast Magazine’s lists of the top 100 lodging properties worldwide since 2014. ”The world’s most exquisite tree house” — The Robb Report.