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The Inn's fountain and gardens were beautiful. Kitchen was sunny and pleasant. Beds were comfortable and we had a nice rest. I liked that we could select our breakfast options from a menu the night before. We had a pleasant walk around the neighborhood and liked being within walking distance of town. Our host Gordy suggested that we see Glass Beach before leaving Fort Bragg. We did visit the beach and really enjoyed it. We each had organic instant oatmeal and tea, and would've liked a bit more (fruit, toast?) for breakfast.
This bed and breakfast is awesome. Breakfast was homemade and tasted like it. If you were to look up a old time B and B this is what you would see as the definition. When you stay at a B and B, you have to realize this is not a 1.5million dollar home in the hamptons. This is someone's home and they are opening it up to you. Everything worked, room is a little small but like I said, it's just like staying at grandmas house.
Nice staff Free breakfast,home cooked,very good. Free off street parking TV and fridge in room. none
The breakfast was phenominal! I haven't had eggs benedict this good since dining at the Queen Mary. The room was also very comfortable and inviting. The hosts are very nice, helpful and accommodating. Nope.
The owners were extremely friendly and helpful. The breakfast was great. We would definately stay at the Glass Beach Inn if we are in the Fort Bragg area again. Thanks Priceline. Beau & Joanne Broemmel We can not think of anything. We loved the experience.
Wonderful atmosphere--wonderful people who ran it and great food!
The Inn was very nice and our room was clean and comfortable. It was nicely decorated and roomy. The downfall was that it was only feet from the major highway through town. Logging trucks and other noisy traffic went by all night. Very had to try to sleep with all that noise. We were in the front bedroom so it might be a little quieter in the back