Rooms: Molly’s Garden2018-11-18T20:00:54+00:00

Molly’s Garden

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Named after a former owner’s daughter who grew up here, this room in soft periwinkle blue and ivory embodies the soul and delight of a young girl. A fanciful wood headboard, arts and crafts oak bureau, leaded glass in the door, and a window that looks out over the garden. The bathroom is an entertainment in itself, built around a vintage fiestaware rose-colored basin, and matching bath and fixtures, set against bright white walls.

1st Floor
Queen Bed
Gas Fireplace
Tub / Shower

Toggle Sliding Bar Area

Welcome to Elk Cove Inn … since 1968

It’s all yours. One of the most spectacular views on the Mendocino coast. Nestled in peaceful seclusion atop a bluff overlooking a mile of dramatic beachfront, the Elk Cove Inn’s Craftsman-style Mansion was built in 1883 by the L.E. White Lumber Co. as the Mill Superintendent’s home. It became one of the first bed & breakfast inns on the Mendocino Coast in 1968. The inn is set back from the road, surrounded by native trees, a creek and the ocean, with private stairs to the driftwood-strewn beach below.

Watch migrating whales and otters at play just steps from your room or from the inn’s signature gazebo. Or descend the inn’s private stairs to stroll on the beach. Relax in the hands of the North Coast’s finest, professional therapists at our European-style Day Spa. Day or night, there is simply no better spot to relax and reconnect. Local shops and restaurants are within easy walking distance. Historic Mendocino village, fabulous Anderson Valley wineries, lighthouses and dramatic redwood forests are just a short drive away.

THE ELK COAST is comprised of four coastal hamlets: North Greenwood, Elk and Manchester. Adding to its splendor is the Stornetta Lands National Monument, 25 minutes south of Elk Cove Inn.