- Location: Twelve miles north of Mendocino on Highway 1 in Fort Bragg, California. Fort Bragg was a lumber town until recently when the emphasis was turned to tourism due to the upsurge in wineries in the Anderson Valley along the major highway connecting Hwy 1 and the coast. Mendocino has long been an artist and tourist colony and the feeling of the village is spreading north to Fort Bragg, which now boasts excellent restaurants, galleries, boutiques, a micro-brewery and other tourist amenities. The Inn is located one block from the Skunk Train working railway providing train rides on the weekends and throughout the summer on a daily basis.
- Guest rooms: 49 rooms varying in size, age and amenities. The oldest building is approximately 35 years old and the most recently constructed is approximately 20 years old. There are two apartments, six two-room suites. The restaurant is leased though it is next to the lobby and living quarters.
- Amenities: The units have phones and color cable TV. Most have microwaves, refrigerators and coffee makers. Heating is a mix of gas wall and electric heaters.
- Extras: Two bedroom, one and one half bathroom living quarters with large kitchen and living room. Laundry facility is on premises. Computerized reservations. Ample parking spaces including tour bus access and parking.
- Description: Five single and two storey buildings. All buildings are well constructed in frame and stucco. The roof on one building is flat and approximately fifteen years old. The other four buildings have pitched roofs and are new within the past ten years. The parking lot has been recently resurfaced.
- Local activities: Golf, fishing, hiking, swimming, boating, deep sea fishing, museums, the historic Skunk train from Willits, wine tasting, whale watching and shopping.
- Asking Price: $2,250,000
- BONUS: The restaurant lease is triple net and provides excellent food.