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Packard House is an approachable artists' escape—eclectic but with a soothing palette. We drew our inspiration from Emmy Lou Packard, the renowned Californian post-war artist and activist heavily involved in the conservation of the Mendocino Headlands State Park. A peaceful, quiet retreat where expression can take any form. Packard House offers cheery and spacious guestrooms, as well as two cottages with private entrances that are available for nightly or weekly rental.
Lounge in an Adirondack chair in the inn's expansive courtyard and gaze at the whimsical "dancing man" sculpture while sipping wine from nearby Anderson Valley. Guests at Packard House receive a breakfast basket delivered to their door each morning and can also experience one of our other two Mendocino inn properties by joining us for wine hour at Blue Door Inn in the afternoon.
Photography by Read McKendree