Thirty miles from San Francisco and fifty miles from Napa and wine country, this nicely appointed historic bed and breakfast offers a step into the past. Built in 1910, the charming house is surrounded by hundreds of miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails in Point Reyes National Seashore. Full breakfast served to guests daily. CABBI member. Ask us about the bicyclist discount.
Pt. Reyes Country
Inn & Stables
Comfortable yet graceful rooms, tranquil setting, relaxed atmosphere, fine lodging for both you and your horses
Newly built inn with Old World character, a 3 block walk to shops and restaurants. Private, romantic rooms with fireplaces, spas, balconies, and spectacular views of rolling hills.
Tomales Bay Resort
The Tomales Bay Resort in Inverness, located directly on the shores of beautiful Tomales Bay, has 35 rooms, many with fireplaces, kitchenettes, and water views. An active resort for all ages with onsite beaches, kayak rentals, boat launch and marina (bring your boat), swimming pool, and restaurant. Park your car and walk, boat, or bike to explore the Point Reyes National Seashore from our front doors.
Lingonberry Farm Lodging and Fiber Shop
This Swedish style lodging atop a knoll, just north of Point Reyes Station has views of Tomales Bay. Enjoy a hike down to the Bay from the trail head across the road and relax while viewing lovely sunsets over Inverness Ridge. The surrounding area offers kayaking, nature walks, wine tasting and more. The Point Reyes Visitor Center is only a short drive away. 2-night minimum stay.
Inn at Roundstone Farm
Roundstone Farm: Enveloped in ten acres of rolling hills, this five guest room inn offers fireplaces, private bathrooms, full breakfast, expansive living room, outdoor spa and friendly guest services. Enjoy the natural environment that includes horses, ponds, bullfrogs and over 360 species of birds. Ever-changing panoramic views of Mt. Wittenberg, Olema Valley, Inverness Ridge and Tomales Bay provide a visual banquet for the inn's guests.
"lodging at Point Reyes includes some of the rarest settings in California …the beautiful Black Heron Inn with bluff-top views of Tomales Bay and the Inverness Ridge" Tom Stienstra, Outdoors, San Francisco Chronicle