Rooms by Building
The Glendeven Lodge can be found behind the Inn buildings in a sunny clearing. Originally built in 1987, the contemporary wood structure contains an abundance of large windows. The Lodge and surrounding grounds have received a full makeover to provide our guests with the best overnight experience on the Mendocino coast. All rooms include wood burning fireplace, flat screen TV, fridge, coffee maker, and microwave, to name just a few of the amenities.
The Lodge Rooms page has more information.
Our historic 1867 farmhouse is home to five of the inn’s rooms. Four of the five have terrific ocean views to the south.
When Isaiah Stevens built the home for his family in 1867, they owned 160 acres, and this was the site he chose. When you're here, you will see why. It's sheltered from the winds of the Pacific yet has terrific views down the coastline.
Come experience the historic side of the Mendocino coast at our Mendocino farm's historic original 1867 farmhouse. We define a suite as a two-room accommodation.
The Stevenscroft Building
This smartly designed redwood building houses four of our ten rooms.
Built in 1987, this beautiful structure is designed in a "L" shape so the rooms upstairs and downstairs are not side-by-side. Instead, they are corner to corner.
Three of the rooms (Briar Rose, Pinewood, and East Farmington) have wonderful outside ocean-view areas accessed through French doors.
The Stevenscroft building's rooms all have private exterior entrances. They have terrific views down the coast -- the second floor room views are a bit more dramatic because of their vantage point.
This building is set on the east side of the property surrounded by lush gardens, and it's next to the east llama pasture which makes it perfect for sitting and experiencing the calming effect of watching the llamas graze.
Come experience Glendeven Inn Mendocino's private and quiet Stevenscroft building at our Mendocino coast bed and breakfast.
The Carriage House Building
Adjacent to the Barn building, the Carriage House is home to the upstairs apartment-sized room called The Carriage House Grand Suite.
The main floor houses the art gallery, where you can still see the carriage house doors which have been made into large windows overlooking the courtyard.
The Carriage House Grand Suite is 750 square feet with a private entrance and no shared walls. It has a flat screen TV, the largest bathroom on property with double-headed shower, and tons of light with its four closeable skylights bringing in the morning sun or the night stars.