This little lodge is very much off-the-beaten-path, but nice. We had a view of the ocean from our room, and there's a nice little path that leads to a better view. Our room also had a wood burning stove/fireplace that was a nice touch, and it was stocked with firewood. We stayed here on a Thursday night, and it seemed very quiet, even though it was Spring Break week. We never once heard any of the other guests, and I don't even recall ever hearing any traffic from the road, even though the hotel is right there on Hwy 1. There are only a couple of restaurants in the area, so you may want to bring something to cook on the grill that each unit has. There is small grocery store that is easily accessible across the road, that had several options for a simple breakfast (yummy muffins that seem homemade, packages of cinnamon rolls, cereal, granola bars, trail mix, milk, juice, and a couple of breakfast burritos). The hotel room has a coffee pot, and the reception area has a Keurig machine, so the basic caffeine needs are covered. If you do plan to cook your own meal on the grill, I assume you would also need to bring eating utensils, because I didn't see any plates, forks, knives, napkins, bowls, etc.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 22 cozy, romantic rooms on the beautiful Sonoma coast. Each room is individually decorated and has all the comforts of home. Most rooms offer: Ocean View, Fireplace, private patio with BBQ, microwave, small refrigerator, coffee maker, satellite TV with HBO, and DVD player. Some rooms offer private patio hot tub, or in room jacuzzi tub and sauna. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fort Ross Hotel Jenner
- Fort Ross Jenner