Some Mendocino Favs
If you want to stay in the Anderson Valley. Apple Farm: Dan and Sally Schmitt, former owners of the French
Laundry Restaurant operate a 32-acre organic farm and apple orchard with cooking school and lodging in
cottages (707-895-2465). Boonville Hotel: The Schmitts’ son Johnny is the chef in the hotel’s restaurant (707-
895-2210). Holly Hill Farm B&B: very nice guesthouse (707-895-2269). Indian Creek Inn: modern inn adjacent
to Goldeneye Winery on Highway 128 in Philo (707-895-3261). Highland Ranch: a guest ranch with cabins
and horseback riding (707-895-3600).
If you want to stay in Mendocino Coast area. Albion River Inn: Deluxe accommodations overlooking the Pacific
Ocean with high-class restaurant in Albion (800-479-7944). Heritage House Inn: Deluxe inn with superb
restaurant on the ocean in Little River (707-937-5885). The Rendezvous Inn & Restaurant: stay in a lovingly
restored old home and eat in the North Coast’s highest rated restaurant. Located in Fort Bragg (707-964-8142).
Elk Cove Inn: perched on a bluff overlooking a wind-swept cove, the quirky lodging is unlike anywhere else.
Located in Elk. (800-275-2967).
If you are hungry in Anderson Valley. Moya Taco Truck: downtown Boonville. Mosswood Market Café &
Bakery: Boonville, open Tues-Sat. Libby’s: great Mexican food that all of the locals love. Boonville Hotel:
lunch and dinner, contemporary American cuisine. Redwood Drive-In Café: every small town has a drive-in
like this where you can get a good burger. Don’t forget the many fine picnic spots at Anderson Valley wineries
- pick up supplies at the market in Philo or in Boonville or the Mosswood Market Café & Bakery.
If you are hungry on the Mendocino Coast in addition to the above: Café Beaujolais, Ledford House, Mac-
Callum House Restaurant, Stevenswood Restaurant, The Ravens at the Stanford Inn by the Sea.