Ten duplex cabins, equalling 10 rooms, to be rented seperately or together. Cabins are positioned with lots of space between in a meadow, surrounded by trees. There is a spa in nestled in the trees and pets are allowed in some of the bungalows. Nice staff, quiet retreat. More
Pacific Mist Inn & Cabins
Ten duplex cabins, equalling 10 rooms, to be rented seperately or together. Cabins are positioned with lots of space between in a meadow, surrounded by trees. There is a spa in nestled in the trees and pets are allowed in some of the bungalows. Nice staff, quiet retreat.
i liked the price, the room was ok. But the staff was horrid. A older woman named Lori or Loni? was very rude to us. She insisted that we had made only one day;s resevation when we made two and had the credit card company look into it for us. We only stayed one night cause of this.
The room was very warm when we arrived (December), was easy to find, the staff were very congenial and helpful, the cabins were clean and roomy, and we loved the remote-controlled fireplaces.
The rooms were also scenic; and, it was very reasonably priced. We had a very relaxing and enjoyable time. We didn't want to leave! If we are ever back in that area, that would be our choice to stay. :-)
The accomodations here aren't luxurious, but the beds are comfy and the rooms sparkling clean and scented with sweet lavender. The cabins are widely spaced around a huge central lawn, providing privacy without being isolated. All cabins have decks with barbecues and adirondack chairs. There's not much of an ocean view, but the setting is still lovely. What really impressed us was the truly remarkable service we received during our 2-night stay. Everyone there, from the office staff to the maintenance man was friendly, accomodating and eager to do anything they could to make us happy.
Though we never asked for it, they gave us a complimentary upgrade from our $77/nt queen room to a $159/nt unit with a fireplace and kitchenette simply because it was a chilly weekend.
My fiance (who uses a cane due to back and hip problems) got firewood from the lobby one time. From then on, whenever we would open our front door we would find neat pile of logs and kindling had magically appeared!
We both ate something that made us so sick our last night there (serves us right for eating at McDonalds!) we weren't up to a long drive home. I went to the lobby to book one more night and, again without my asking, they charged us $77, the same price of the room we originally booked. The receptionist also showed up at our door 30 minutes later with some chamomile tea for our tummies!
We mentioned how much we loved the bed in unit #11. When we got home we found an e-mail with all the info we needed to get one of our own direct from the manufacturer.
These are just a few examples! If they had wireless access in the rooms, it would have been PERFECT!
First and foremost; for the staff, in case you're reading this; Thank you so very much. I can not find words enough to give praise to your establishment, or your hospitality. My wife and I extremely enjoyed our stay.
For you out there looking for a chance to stay somewhere breathtakingly amazing, I highly recomend taking serious consideration in reserving this hotel. My wife and I were looking to get away for the weekend, we desperately needed time to relax and unwind, but additionally we needed time to work on our novels. We were never once bothered during our stay, by anyone. We were shown the best of what Pacific Mist had to offer when we were upgraded by the staff to the Serenity room. Serenity, is in my opinion, an understatement. We were surrounded by breath taking veiws and our nearest nieghbors were far enough away that I didn't mind leaving the blinds open for my stay. The fireplace was wonderful, and the jaccuzzi tub was extremely unexepectedly awesome. I lost my wife somewhere in the night in the huge comfortable bed, but managed to find her the next morning well rested. Only minutes away from the beach, and a few more from Mendocino itself, Pacific Mist is ideal for getting away, if you truly want to be left alone. I can't speak for seasonal experiences, but in the off season, I certainly feel that it was worth the drive and money. So much in fact, that my wife and I have decided to have this be our yearly retreat for partaking in National Novel Writting Month. The staff is very personable, leaving notes for us in our room, choclates too. If you want to make their aquaintance, they are more than happy to chit chat and make you feel at home. Having a small kitchen and stocked with basic cookware, dishes, glasses, and silverware, really came in handy when we decided we'd rather stay in and get more writting done, than to go into town and spend more time and money there. The local grocery store was more than willing to help in that department too. I have never had this great of an experience, even on a cruise ship. And that's the best travelling I had done to this point.
And again, Jen, I can't thank you guys enough.
P.s. Next year we'll bring the dogs, since it's pet freindly.
Reserved the "Cliff House" in April '07. Due to a scheduling error, a rain check was issued for the retainer deposit, since Pacific Mist Inn would not issue a refund.
Reservations were then made for a weekend getaway weekend (4/11 & 4/12).
The original e-mail for the '07 booking was saved and purposely used for a reference, since there was a retainer deposit involved.
The rental charge was now about $150.00 more (Note: the amount DOES take into consideration that the first booking was a Thursday & Friday and the current booking was Friday & Saturday- about a $50 rate difference).
It was then reduced to the '07 rate after the manager (Jennifer) was requested to scroll down and check the original agreed booking rate (Note: rates disclosed on the website have not changed from '07) and quoted: "We WILL match any other internet rate without any booking fees!" (website offer).
A confirmation call was placed on 4/10 (day prior to arrival) and during casual conversation, I was informed by Nicole that children are not allowed at the Cliff House.
The manager was then contacted in order to resolve the situation, since there is NO disclosure anywhere from Pacific Mist Inn (website or contractual reservation e-mail ) that children are NOT allowed.
We offered to sign a waiver releasing PMI of all liability but the Manager would not compromise other than offering a stay at one of the inferior inland cabins or to bypass PMI entirely, with the suggestion of my renting an ocean side hotel in town.
I was forced to compromise in order not to waste the initial deposit, also intending never to return to PMI.
In fairness, I will not review the inland cabin because it was never my intention to stay anywhere that is not ocean front when visiting the coast.
This review is solely with the intent for travelers to be aware that children are discriminated upon when renting the "Cliff House" and NOT disclosed anywhere on their website or during the booking process (in my particular case). Falsely advertised and deceptive enough to ruin a planned coastal getaway at the very last minute.
Pacific Mist Inn has the right to set their rental protocol but there should not be any hidden rules, making it not fair for the traveler that is not aware of the set conditions. Had it been disclosed, I would have moved on and booked elsewhere, since my personal preference is to be ocean side when pursuing a coastal getaway.
By the way, the reason for the restriction was because of the apparent cliff side location. I would venture to guess that the odds would be greater for an inhibriated relaxed adult to compromise their safety then for any casualties to result when dealing with responsible parents and a disciplined child.
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