The location of Brewery Gulch, part of the original 10 acre farmstead of Mendocino pioneer, Homer Barton, has spectacular views out over Smuggler’s Cove and borders 48,000 acres of unoccupied meadows and redwoods of the Jackson Demonstration State Forest. Current owners Guy and Sarah Pacurar purchased the Inn in 2007.
The 10-room inn, designed by architect Caroline La Pere, is a worthy tribute to those ancient trees, with a central common room and dining area built around a huge four-sided fireplace made of glass and welded steel plates by a local shipbuilder. The view down-slope to the pounding Pacific is, in a word, stupendous. ─ Delta Sky Magazine