Located on three oceanfront acres in a wind-protected cove just south of Sue-Meg State Park, the inn is perched on a bluff high above the crashing surf. The Inn was built in 1995 and designed for each room to take full advantage of the tremendous ocean view.
Each guest room offers a stunning, unobstructed view of the Pacific Ocean with its waves pounding the huge offshore sea stacks known, collectively, as the Turtle Rocks.
"....the best view in Trinidad and the builders have made the most of it." - Fodor's Northern California 2016
Each room features:
Private glass-paneled deck overlooking the Pacific Ocean
An extraordinarily large and airy room: average room size 500 sq ft
A Private bath with oversized tub/shower and locally-made bath gels, salts and soaps
A full gourmet breakfast buffet is served each morning in the inn dining room from 8:30 AM to 10 AM offering a delicious variety of choices for our guests.
California King-size bed
Cable and high-speed 75 Mbps Internet access
Contemporary furniture and antique amenities blend for an eclectic atmosphere.
Directions: If you are venturing north or traveling south on Hwy 101, exit Patrick's Point Drive and 1.5 miles down on the seaward side of the street you'll find the Turtle Rocks Inn. We're less than one mile south of Sue-Meg State Park and just 15 minutes south of Redwood National Park.
Each room is a retreat unto itself with a sweeping ocean view.