Natural Beauty at a Point Reyes Bed and Breakfast

Across the Golden Gate Bridge, on the quiet side of the San Francisco Bay, you’ll find charming small towns, windswept beaches, the ancient redwood forests of Marin County and the charm of a Point Reyes bed and breakfast. The Point Reyes National Seashore, the treasure of West Marin, is the West Coast’s only national seashore. Point Reyes encompasses more than 100,000 acres of open space that offer visitors miles of pristine beaches, extensive wildlife viewing, and an ideal landscape for hiking, swimming and kayaking. continued ...

10 Pacific Way | Muir Beach, CA 94965 | 415-383-6000

The romantic getaway over the hills to the beach…a country inn, capturing the spirit of 16th century England’s west country, awaits you. Barely 20 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge, the hospitable Pelican Inn nestles at Muir Beach in the sea-blown fog, among the pines and alders, the honeysuckle and jasmine, a lodging refuge between the ocean, Muir Woods and the Northern California National Recreational Area parks. Enjoy the fellowship of its Tudor bar and a getaway of carefree feasting and relaxation.

Number of Rooms: 7   |   Rates: $190 - $290 Reservations

Pelican Inn

23240 Highway 1 | Marshall, CA 94940 | 415-663-1033

Located directly on Tomales Bay, Nick’s Cove combines rustic charm with luxurious comfort. Each unique cottage is beautifully appointed with plush down comforters and wood-burning stoves; our award-winning restaurant uses produce harvested daily from the Croft at Nick’s Cove, our two acre on-site garden, creating the ultimate farm-to-table experience.

Number of Rooms: 12   |   Rates: $230-$850 Reservations

Nick's Cove & Cottages

88 Bear Valley Road | Olema, CA 94950 | 415-663-1777

Thirty-five miles from San Francisco and fifty miles from Napa and wine country, the cottage is surrounded by hundreds of miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails in Point Reyes National Seashore.

Number of Rooms: 1   |   Rates: $200-$580 Reservations

Bear Valley Cottage

From December through April, gray whales migrate past the peninsula. Point Reyes consists of four regions including Olema, Inverness, Point Reyes Station and Dogtown. Olema serves as the gateway to the Point Reyes National Seashore and the nearby Bear Valley Visitor’s Center. Inverness is the last town before reaching the Point Reyes Lighthouse, which is one of the best sites on the West Coast for seeing the annual migration of California gray whales. The small town of Muir Beach is located just south of Point Reyes and is known for its natural beauty and pristine shoreline. On the northeast point of the Tomales Bay is Marshall, known for its oysters and clams.

Each member of the California Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns is quality-certified. Make reservations at a CABBI member B&B with confidence that you will experience outstanding Point Reyes bed and breakfast accommodations and hospitality during your stay.