November 18, 2012 9:35 pm
Inverness Valley Inn
The concrete jungle is growing ever colder, so it's time to head back to nature, a place where even the rain is refreshing. Nestled between Tomales Bay and Point Reyes, the Inverness Valley Inn is a secluded oasis of tranquility. You'll feel like you entered another world just stepping onto the property, as you're likely to encounter a variety of critters rarely seen in the city. The Inn is home to a dog, a llama, and a small herd of sheep and goats, plus abundant wildlife. The small flock of chickens may come in handy for more than just decor, as your standard room comes complete with a fully equipped kitchenette, and we hear the innkeepers might be able to supply you with fresh eggs in the morning. Breakfast aside, you'll have room to relax in spacious surroundings including high eaves and a fireplace that creates a cozy retreat from the daily grind.
Fully relaxed by your tranquil surroundings, you'll be ready to explore the fifteen-acre private wildlife preserve at the back of the property, where you can meander down a nature trail or seek out a quiet spot to sit, read, and relax. And with both Tomales Bay and Point Reyes National Seashore just minutes away, you'll find even more relaxation on the water. From kayaking to whale watching to strolling along the beach, there are plenty of outdoor options to keep you occupied. So stop dreading a little drizzle, and head to a place where you'll actually hope for the soothing sounds of raindrops on your roof as you sleep and the clean scent of the forest once the skies have cleared.
Inverness Valley Inn National Deal
3275 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.