Open Hours: . Specializing in estate wines including Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignons and Merlot, of which they have eleven acres planted. On premises is a beautiful tasting room which is open to the public every day from 11am to 4:30pm. With views of the world famous geyser, the Palisades, vineyards and mountains of Calistoga, California it is a lovely place to visit and enjoy tasting all the wines.
An enclave of four magnificent Victorians perched alongside Humboldt Bay offering Humboldt County's finest accommodations and an outstanding ... More
Carter House Inns
An enclave of four magnificent Victorians perched alongside Humboldt Bay offering Humboldt County's finest accommodations and an outstanding full-service restaurant. A fabulous full breakfast is included with your stay. A member of the Select Registry.
My husband and I stayed one night at the Carter House Inn for our 5 year anniversary. When we showed up they upgraded our room to a suite. The suite was beautiful and we had a great view. The staff were extremely friendly and made sure we had everything we needed and were comfortable. They made sure were were relaxed and comfortable after a 3 hour drive and upon leaving made sure we knew the road conditions home. There is a little must smell in the elevator but that is typical of an older building in Humboldt County. The fireplace also stopped working in our room after a couple hours but since we were upgraded we didn't feel the need to complain. Overall I give it a 5 star review. The whirlpool tub was great and the bed was super comfortable.
Took my friend there for her birthday. Was not sure what to expect, but the atmosphere was very pleasant. Had duck and a rose wine for dinner. Nothing was out of place. The food was most excellent and the service was outstanding. We will definitely go there again.
I stayed at the Carter House and it was very nice, not recommended if you do not like stairs! The restaurant was very nice and the food scrumpscious. Everyone there made us feel like we were important and appreciated.
We stayed in the large suite (hot tub, kitchen, parlor) on the second floor of the Victorian with a nice view through filthy windows overlooking the harbor. Please don’t call this a bed and breakfast, for the “two course” breakfast was nothing but a couple of eggs with chopped mushrooms thrown in. (No options) There was a meager selection of banana bread and muffins with coffee. No self-respecting B&B would embarrass itself by offering this skimpy fare.
Our room was huge and nicely furnished. Plenty of room for a California king bed, but it contained just an uncomfortable queen. Did I mention the filthy windows covered with paint overspray.
Overall: very over-priced
We just stayed at the Carter House last weekend. I will start with the positive, friendly staff, very clean rooms, furnished well. However, we took the staircase up the first time to the room. I couldn't believe the musty smell. When we got to our room, (which was by the stairs and elevator) it was very nice, but musty smelling as well. We immediately opened all the windows. We later went to run up to the local Target and bought some Oust air freshener. The elevator had the absolute worst smell, I used it once and found that the musty, mold smell was less in the stairs. We stayed for two days, and had to have the windows open all the time. We even slept with them open. The street noise is pretty bad. I did comment about the smell when checking out and the gave me a 10% discount. If I wasn't trying to have a nice weekend getaway with my husband we would not have stayed the second night. By the way, we had never been to Eureka and I can tell your that there is no need to go back. The receptionist comment on the musty smell was, sometimes at this time of year, the pipes don't work well. I don't know what pipes have to do with the weather. We stayed in room 202. Maybe the other building is better. Good luck!
I have stayed here twice and have had a great experience both times. The rooms are large and very clean, the decor is new, the beds are comfortable and we love the turn down service. The location is perfect and the food is excellent.I highly recommend this Inn
I recently stayed at the Carter House Inn, and had a quiet, but very lovely stay. After driving all day, arriving in time for wine and hors d'oeuvres was very welcoming. From there, we dined in the amazing Restaurant 301 and had our heads float away with the wine they suggested for us. Our room was warm and cozy with a fireplace. Breakfast in the morning was sinfully sweet with an array of pastries, but also fruit and granola. There is no other place like this in Eureka! If you are planning to visit the beautiful North Coast stay here.
The cottage we stayed in was not only private but beautiful and serene.
We enjoyed spending quiet time inside at night sampling the wine we purchased at the hotel's wine shop while during the day we sunned on the private deck. It was so nice to be away from the crowds of Mendocino and Napa...and enjoy the beauty of the Northcoast.
The staff were always trying to go out of their way to please us and don't miss the fantastic dinner at the 301 Restaurant- it was incredible!
The overall ambiance and service was quite remarkable. We stayed in the entire top floor of
the Victorian across the street from the main hotel.
It was beautifully furnished and it showed a lot of attention to detail. There were only two draw backs to our returning to the hotel. The first was the traffic noise from such close proximetry to Hwy 101. It really was noisey and I didn't sleep well. The second draw back were the homeless people who seemed to wander and congregate in this area of town. My two teenagers didn't feel safe walking 2 blocks at night to get pick up a pizza!
Who has written these other reviews, the owners? It is a very clean!!! The service and Location are Not spectacular! The price isn't to bad if you were staying in L.A or N.Y.C, but for Northern Cal, it's a bit much. I loved the meal my husband and I had there, but the suite we had gotten was pretty plain.
This building gracefully houses seven premier galleries, as well as a young artists' academy, a performance rotunda for music, dance,
and the literary arts, and the administrative offices of the Humboldt Arts Council.
Amenities:Non Smoking Rooms. In Room Broadband Internet Access (Free). Fan. Hot Water. In Room Broadband Internet Access. Daily Maid Service.
Television (Cable/Satellite). In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Radio/Alarm Clock. Private bathroom. Iron. Coffee Maker. Balcony/Terrace. Television. In Room ...