|The name of the "Ridge Room" commemorates the tradition of the coastal range with its finger ridges running from inland mountains to the ocean's shore. During the mid-1800's lumber mills were established at the mouth of the rivers and creeks which run between each ridge. Workers' homes were built along each of the ridge crests (which is just what the Inn became following its stint as a Stagecoach Way Station).
The Ridge is large, even with its King bed, nightstands, antique rocker, desk, gas fireplace and bar refrigerator with a complimentary bottle of wine. Tasteful art decorates the walls. The extra-large bath includes a tiled shower and antique dresser-lavatory. An entry door opens to a private porch, which is adjacent to a garden water fall. Our full three course breakfast is included in the $169 nightly room rate.