The Bay Room has a comfortable queen-size bed, vaulted ceiling, generous closet space, plenty of hooks, large mirrors and a terrific view out the windows. A private bathroom with a tub and shower combination is stocked with organic bath amenities by EO Products from Corte Madera.
The Bay Room and Pacific Room are virtual mirror-images of each other. Each has an entryway with its bathroom off that entryway. The rooms have vaulted ceilings and differ in artwork & decor. Both rooms overlook the Bishop pine forest native to coastal West Marin. They are on the same floor as the front entry and commons area and guests share a deck.
There is no cellphone reception nor televisions, adding to the tranquility of your stay. A guest telephone is provided in the commons area so that you can stay in touch. Free wireless Internet connection is also provided.
The inn has the rustic elegance of a Japanese farmhouse, with the modern conveniences of central heating, good reading lamps, and Internet access. Original artwork and ikebana by Nancy Beck grace the inn.
A convenient table and comfortable chairs allow you to write, read or just relax while looking out at the mysterious Bishop pine forest.
Rates: $249/night for a stay of two nights. Stays of three or more consecutive nights receive a 15% discount - every day including weekends and holidays. That discounted rate is $212/night. There is one additional charge of 14% Marin Occupancy Tax. That's it: no other "resort fees," "cleaning fees," "service fees," nor hidden charges. Just your room rate +14%. And if you forget to add the discount, we automatically give it to you when we run your charge.
Included in that rate: California wines and local cheeses in the afternoon and full organic breakfast each morning.