Coast Guard House has stood on a bluff over-looking the rugged Mendocino Coast for over a hundred years. The inn, a 1901 Cape Cod, was once home to brave sea rescuers who performed their duties just a few hundred feet away. Today it is a peaceful bed and breakfast inn featuring rooms with fireplaces in the main building and two private cottages with fireplaces and whirlpool spas for two. All of the rooms are designed with simple elegance and surrounded by quiet solitude. This home of maritime history is in Point Arena nestled between towering headlands and dwelling in harmony with the harbor life of Arena Cove. This Mendocino coast inn sits directly adjacent to the California Coastal National Monument and is conveniently located for day trips to explore the world-class Pinot Noir vineyards amidst the redwood groves of the Anderson Valley.