Sweetwater Tower

Sweetwater Tower

Rate: From $139 per night*

Sleeps 2

* +11% Room Tax Please read our guest policy

Built in 1872, the Sweetwater Tower was lovingly reconstructed in 1983, creating one of Mendocino’s most unique accommodations. This sunny and private room is prized by those seeking romance and renewal. The downstairs bathroom and spa area, which is shared with other spa guests from the hours of 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, is private after hours and mornings. Robes and sandals are provided for your spa use and best of all, guests enjoy unlimited after-hours private tub and sauna privileges from 10:00 pm until 11:00 am the following day. Please note: the spa is coed and clothing is optional. This tower room is unsuitable for children. Sorry, no pets.

Amenities

  • Private balcony.
  • Access to private hot tub and sauna after-hours.

Sweetwater Tower

Built in 1872, the Sweetwater Tower was lovingly reconstructed in 1983, creating one of Mendocino’s most unique accommodations. This sunny and private room is prized by those seeking romance and renewal. The downstairs bathroom and spa area which is shared with other spa guests from the hours of 11 am to 10:00 PM is private after hours and mornings. Robes and sandals are provided for your spa use and best of all, guests enjoy unlimited after-hours private tub and sauna privileges from 10:00 PM until 11 am the following day. Please note: the spa is coed and clothing is optional. This tower room is unsuitable for children. Sorry, no pets.

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Redwood Tower

Redwood Tower

Rate: From $260 per night*

Sleeps 4

Pet Friendly

* Note: These rates are for a double occupancy, $30 per night for an additional guest

* +11% Room Tax Please read our guest and pet policy

This magnificent water tower was custom-built out of local redwood in 1985 and is full of custom design and craftsmanship. The Redwood Tower is a three-story building with a rooftop deck with amazing views of the village, ocean, and Big River. The second story has a master bedroom with a vaulted open-beam ceiling, queen size bed, a gas fireplace and a large bathroom with dual sinks, separate tub and shower, and a private water closet. Connected by a spiral staircase, the first floor has a full kitchen and eating area and a sunken living room with a queen size futon sleeper couch.

Amenities

  • Ocean view
  • Queen size bed
  • Gas fireplace
  • Large bathroom dual sinks
  • Separate tub and shower with a private water closet
  • Full kitchen
  • Queen size futon sleeper couch
  • Wireless Internet
  • Telephone
  • Flat screen TV with cable
  • Organic coffee and tea
  • Spa robes and towels
  • Free access to communal hot tub and sauna
  • Private parking close to tower

Rosie’s Room

This is a cozy, quiet up-stairs room in our historic inn with a queen size bed, gas stove, and private bath with a shower. Spa towels and robes are provided for your free use of the communal hot tub and sauna

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Sears Tower

Sears Tower

Rate: From $225 per night*

Sleeps 5

Pet Friendly

* Note: These rates are for a double occupancy, $30 per night for an additional guest

* +11% Room Tax Please read our guest and pet policy,

Sears Tower was named after Beverly and Chaunce Sears, the previous owners of the Inn (originally called the Sears House).

This two-story water tower is great for family and can sleep four to five comfortably. Downstairs has a sunken living room with a couch and eating nook, wood-burning stove, a queen size bed, kitchenette, and bathroom with shower. A spiral staircase takes you up to a warm and lofty upstairs bedroom with a queen size bed and views of the village.

Amenities

  • Sleeps 4 to 5
  • Wood-burning stove
  • 2 x Queen size bed
  • Kitchenette
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Views of the village
  • Wireless Internet
  • Telephone
  • Flat screen TV with cable
  • Organic coffee and tea
  • Spa robes and towels
  • Free access to communal hot tub and sauna
  • Private parking close to tower

Sear’s Tower

Sears Tower was named after Beverly and Chaunce Sears, the previous owners of the Inn originally called the Sears House.
This two story water tower is great for family and can sleep four to five comfortably. Downstairs has a sunken living room with a couch and eating nook, wood burning stove, a queen size bed, kitchenette, and bathroom with shower. A spiral staircase takes you up to a warm and lofty upstairs bedroom with a queen size bed and views of the village.

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