Sea Tower. Located on the pristine Mendocino coast, the Sea Tower provides a peaceful serene escape with spectacular unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean.
The home at Sea Tower features:
- Two large bedrooms (queen in master bedroom; queen and twin in second bedroom).
- Fully-equipped chef's kitchen with gas-burning stove, microwave, dishwasher, and views of the ocean from the kitchen!
- Wood-burning fireplace.
- Remodeled bathroom with Grohe fixtures.
- Hot tub with 180 degree ocean views (extra charge may apply).
- 50' LED television with Blu-Ray DVD player and comcast cable.
- High-speed WiFi.
This unbelievable property will wow you--guaranteed! :)
Please contact the owner directly for more details regarding booking.
Mendocino - Downtown just 2 miles away! : Mendocino with its beautiful coastline and picturesque wine country, welcomes all adventurous romantics who travel the scenic path through life. Natural wonders abound, from the smallest to the tallest Redwoods in the world -to- glass bottom beaches and the only oceanfront botanical gardens in the USA.
Stroll through beautiful oceanfront Victorian Villages with romantic Mendocino B&Bs, unusual boutiques and galleries, lively entertainment, fun activities, events and festivals, award-winning Mendocino restaurants and world-famous Mendocino beers and local wine. The combination of cool coastal breezes, warm days and the fertile soils of the Mendocino Wine Country help produce world-renowned award winning Mendocino wines. Spend a relaxing day wine tasting along Highway 101 and 128 in a self guided tour or in a stretch limousine.
Russian Gulch State Park - Less than 1 mile! : This park is known for the heavily forested Russian Gulch Creek Canyon, a headland that features the Devil's Punch Bowl (a large, collapsed sea cave with churning water), and a beach that offers swimming, tide pool exploring, skin diving and rock fishing. Inland, there is a 36-foot high waterfall. Hikers enjoy miles of hiking trails. The park also has a paved three-mile bicycle trail.
Russian Gulch State Park was acquired in 1933 through gifts of land and money by A. Johnston and the County of Mendocino to match State Park funds.
The park has 7,630 feet of ocean frontage. With its rugged headlands thrusting out into the blue Pacific, the park is thought of by many as the north coast's rival of Point Lobos.
One of the many features of the headlands is the 'blow hole.' It's formation was made.
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Other Activities: Shopping, Boating, Health/Beauty Spa, wine tasting
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