These three museums in Mendocino will shed some light on how Mendocino came to be, its inhabitants, and the industries that drive its development.
Whether you're looking to ride through the ocean surf or on a daylong trail ride, there's a horseback riding adventure in Mendocino to suit you.
Next time you're on a lark to our boutique Mendocino hotel, the Inns of the Blue Door Group, make sure to stop into the Mendocino Farmers' Market.
The rainy and cool weather of winter has finally receded and the landscape is starting to bloom again with its beaches, botanical gardens, and festivals, springtime in Mendocino is a great time to visit.
From a calm vinyasa flow to a beachside bootcamp, check out these yoga and fitness classes in Mendocino during your next visit.
From decadent chocolates to homemade jams, bread and seaweed products (yes, seaweed!), there is a Mendocino specialty food shop for just about everything.
Any fan of design or woodwork should visit these locations to appreciate the history of Mendocino redwoods and fine furniture.
Make a new tradition this year with a quiet retreat on the coast, and check off your gift list with some local holiday shopping in Mendocino.
Explore sea caves, look for whales, seals, and birds, and soak up the California sun with a kayak and SUP tours in Mendocino the next time you're on a lark.
The next time you're in Mendocino and need a pick-me-up, here are our recommendations for the best coffee shops in Mendocino.
Mendocino beaches are each unique in their attractions, from sea glass collecting to soft sand so pack up your beach towels and chairs and hit up the beach!
If you're driving to our hotel in Mendocino, take the scenic route through the redwoods and vineyards of Sonoma County and check out these things to do in Healdsburg.
Mendocino is perfectly positioned between redwood forests and the ocean, creating beautiful vistas. And with 17 state parks, it's a prime for exploring.
Springtime in Mendocino can see temperatures highs in the mid-60s to low 70s and we think there's no better time to take advantage of spring in Northern California by visiting the nearby botanical gardens.
Looking to sip local wine without going very far? Look no further than the restaurants of Mendocino.
In search of a little retail therapy on your lark to Mendocino? We've got local shopping recommendations.
The holidays are a perfect time to visit the Mendocino coast—the crowds are gone and the weather is still mild compared to most other areas of the country.
Located just a few miles up the road on Route 1, Point Cabrillo lighthouse is a perfect side trip during a stay at Blue Door Group.
This coastal village is home to a vast community of artists and makers, and here are a few of our favorite made-in-Mendocino souvenirs.
Sitting high on the headlands, the coastal town of Mendocino sports some unusual landmarks that may have visitors scratching their heads over their original purpose.
Brimming with art galleries, Mendocino is a haven for artists and art lovers alike.
Sometimes after a taxing day at the wineries of Anderson Valley, you might find yourself craving a different sort of adult beverage.
The winding drive north to Mendocino practically begs for detours. Explore some of the off-beat attractions with a true NorCal vibe, like the Solar Living Center.
The coast of Mendocino is a prime spot for spring whale watching, and our region celebrates the migration with a series of festivals in March.
California has been in a persistent state of drought for more than four years, so you can imagine the joy experienced near and far when rain - and lots of it - recently started to fall from the sky.
Light up the season at Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens! The beloved Festival of Lights returns on Friday after Thanksgiving and continues every weekend until Christmas.
Out here on the left coast, we do our signature small plates breakfast a little differently than some of our East Coast counterparts.
Join us November 6-15 to honor the magnificent mushroom, Mendocino County’s favorite fungi.
With the changing of the seasons comes the changing of the wines we serve at our rotating afternoon wine hour at Blue Door Group - Inns of Mendocino.
Running a hotel can be a challenge, but what about managing three at once?
Mendocino has a rich culture of arts, food, and wine, and we're not afraid to celebrate it!
Here at the Blue Door Group, we wholeheartedly endorse the philosophy that "more is more."
When we hit the road for vacation, it’s such a treat to tuck into breakfast made by someone else.
While the area offers plenty of opportunities for adrenaline junkies, Mendocino also has a quieter side that's best explored at a slower speed.
With miles of bike paths, cliffside trails, and secluded beaches at your disposal, Mendocino is the ideal destination for an active traveler.