Redwood National Park Bed & Breakfasts

Redwood National Park Bed & Breakfasts
Redwood National Park in northern California offers limitless opportunities for exploration. Hikers, bikers, kayakers, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds flock to the national park to experience the majestic redwoods--trees renowned for their size and beauty. If you're looking for a bed and breakfast at Redwood National Park, several are available to serve as a cozy home base for outdoor adventures.

The Lost Whale Inn

Explore the Pacific Coast and the redwoods from The Lost Whale Inn in Trinidad, California, about a 20-minute drive from Redwood National Park. The inn features a private trail to a 2-mile long beach at Abalone Cove. Organic gardens at the inn provide fresh vegetables and herbs year-round for the breakfast and afternoon teas served to guests. The inn's two suites and five rooms boast private baths and queen-sized beds, and many have ocean views. After a day of exploring the coast and the redwoods, guests relax and unwind in the inn's oceanside hot tub and sauna.

The Lost Whale Inn
3452 Patrick's Point Drive
Trinidad, CA 95570
(800) 677-7859

The Historic Requa Inn

The Historic Requa Inn, on the banks of the Klamath River, is less than 1 mile from the Pacific Ocean in the center of Redwood National Park. The 10-room bed and breakfast was constructed in 1914 and an inn has been in operation on the site since the 1880s. Its location makes it a perfect home base for "hikers, fisherman, paddlers, bikers, birders, beachcombers and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds." A cooked-to-order breakfast is offered each morning. Many guests enjoy hiking to secluded beaches, soaking in the outdoor hot tub or just watching the wildlife and scenery from the Requa Inn's front porch.

The Historic Requa Inn
451 Requa Road
Klamath, CA 95548
(707) 482-1425

Rhodes' End Bed and Breakfast

Rhodes' End Bed and Breakfast features three rooms with private baths in a scenic location overlooking the Klamath River at the end of Highway 169 at the northern edge of Redwood National Park. The innkeeper prepares breakfast every morning; offerings might include egg frittatas, french toast, bread pudding or other home-baked goods. The meal is served in the dining room overlooking the redwoods. Rooms feature unique decorations and antique furniture, and the inn's parlor offers a fireplace and a comfortable setting to rest and relax. Guests may also take a stroll through the garden or sign up for a massage. Hiking trails and ocean beaches are just minutes away from Rhodes' End Bed and Breakfast.

Rhodes' End Bed and Breakfast
115 Trobitz Road
Klamath Glen,CA 95548
(707) 482-1654


Article Written By Erin Post

Erin Post has been a Web writer and content developer since 2007. She has also worked for several daily and weekly newspapers, both as a writer and photographer. She graduated from Hamilton College with a degree in English literature.

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