Brewery Gulch Inn received national recognition with TripAdvisors inclusion of the inn in their recent “Top10 To Die-For-Inns and B&Bs.” The popular on-line travel site is known for its information on over 400,000 locations worldwide and reviews by travelers who have stayed at the locations.
“I was surprised to learn that Brewery Gulch Inn was included on this year’s TripAdvisor list of the ‘Top Ten To-Die-For Inns & B&Bs’ worldwide,” says Guy Pacurar, owner of the inn. “We are pleased to be our state’s lone representative on this registry and we hope that this will help call attention to the rugged and dramatic North Coast of California, as well as the picturesque town of Mendocino.”
Brewery Gulch Inn was opened in 2001 on a sylvan hillside overlooking Smuggler’s Cove and the Pacific Ocean. Built of eco-salvaged, virgin-growth redwood the commitment to the environment at each step was recognized when it was designated as a Green Hotel in 2007 and is a member and partner in The Green Hotels Association. The inn is noted for its outstanding breakfasts and wine hour buffets, which focus on organic and local produce and products. Personalized service is a hallmark of the inn. From 2003 to the current time, the inn has received the coveted AAA Four Diamond Award.