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The story of the historic main building begins in the early 1900s. Originally built to service a booming mill town, the hotel was reconstructed by Swedish boat builders in 1948. They erected a one-of-a-kind redwood structure with galleon windows and oak floors, which today is the inn's headquarters.... more
The Mendocino Hotel is the only remaining Hotel from a time when Mendocino was a booming port for the logging trade. The original structure of the Hotel, dating to 1878, remains today and encompasses the lobby, the lobby bar, the dining room, the kitchen and upstairs rooms.... more
The combination of seclusion and elegant hospitality at the Benbow Inn attracted the early Hollywood elite. Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, Alan Ladd, Charles Laughton, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald, Joan Fontaine, Basil Rathbone were all patrons of the Inn!... more
On July 25, 2008, the Tallman Hotel was added to the California Register of Historical Resources as a point of historical interest. The original Tallman House Hotel was built on the current site in the 1870s by Lake County pioneer Rufus C. Tallman.... more