In Mendocino California there was a quaint bed and breakfast by the name of the Whitegate Inn. This Inn also owned another property in which could have been rented out to those that were interested in visiting the area but were not fond of the bed and breakfast feel.
The rental vacation property was nestled in the small town of Mendocino. The property offered an ocean view, small village feel and was surrounded by various pieces of park land. While staying at this property one was able to walk to shops and other various amenities such as restaurants. The actual town of Mendocino was famous for the different lighthouses in the vicinity, unique storefronts as well as the restaurants and views of the Pacific Ocean.
This rental property had two separate buildings that were both equipped with antique décor that made the guest feel as if they stepped back in time. In the large house there were three separate bedrooms along with two full bathrooms. There were two bedrooms on the second floor of the house with one of the rooms on the first floor of the house. All three of the rooms were very spacious. One room upstairs that was considered the master came with a queen size bed while the other two rooms came with two twin beds that were sometimes pushed together to make a king size bed. The second building on the property was significantly smaller yet just as charming. The cottage was equipped with a queen bed and full bathroom and made privacy and peace easy to obtain. The grounds were also landscaped to perfection.
Depending on the time of year a guest was looking to stay there was a minimum number of nights that had to be booked in order to reserve the facility. If a guest wanted to stay during peak season a two night minimum stay was required. During the weekend a three night minimum stay was required for booking. If one was looking to stay over a holiday the minimum booking could have been longer depending on the holiday. The facility could have slept up to eight people and was pet friendly, although having a pet in the building would have required a fifty dollar fee per pet that was non-refundable.
Relaxing was always something that was on the top of the list when one wanted to take a vacation and a facility such as this one aimed to do just that.