The sheltered location of the Wharf Master's Inn makes it an ideal destination any time of the year. Most of our rooms feature eco-friendly fireplaces, jacuzzi, four post feather beds, private balconies with ocean or garden views, satellite television, and more, making this a very romantic and peaceful get-away!
For the convenience of our guests you can purchase local wines, champagne, and cold beverages in the office.
The Historic Wharf Master's House was built in 1865. It features many fine architectural detail prevalent in mid-nineteenth century buildings. No expense was spared in the construction of this home as the attention to detail was impeccable, and remains to this day the oldest home in Point Arena.
The Wharf Master’s house is a Victorian style house with three bedrooms and four queen size beds that can sleep up to eight, a full kitchen, formal dining room with antique furniture, living room with satellite TV and a spa room with a two person Jacuzzi and gas fireplace. The house has two decks and a private balcony which has a panoramic ocean view.
While staying with us at the Wharf Masters Inn, there is plenty of things to do in and around the area. On the way to Point Arena you will experience breath-taking ocean views, hillsides, beautiful natural landscaping with all kinds of plants, wild flowers, and tall twisted trees. Depending on the season you may come upon deer feeding along side the road, open range cattle, and other small wildlife. Keep an eye out for sea otters and whales gracefully playing in the oceans deep blue.
Californias' Hwy 1 Coastline - Point Arena Voted 3rd Best Place In The World To Visit by New York Times!
Known by New York Times as the 3rd most scenic places to visit in the world! One hundred and thirty miles north of San Francisco, the moody bluffs of the Mendocino Coast have long been a spectacular place from which to observe marine life: passing humpback whales, sun-happy sea lions, foamy waves strewn with kelp.
Click here to read more of what the New York Times has to say about our quaint little hide-away.