Our stay at the Cleone Gardens Inn, in Ft. Bragg, Ca. was the worst I have ever experienced. The management is not only unhelpful with guests requests (such as a phone in the room), but even sarcastic and criticizing of guests requests and questions. Cell phone service is virtually nonexistent in the location, and no phone in the room, no management on site at night, and being the only car in the parking lot during our 5 night stay made us very uneasy to say the least. The kitchen was very poorly furnished. The oven smoked when we turned it on and the smoke detector in the room had been disassembled. The windows were covered with make-shift curtains that barely covered the windows. Also, there is no private pathway to the beach as the website says, unless you like walking through thick jungle! Choose another place. There are many nice place in Ft. Bragg. Don't waste your money here.
- Also Known As:
- Cleone Gardens Hotel Fort Bragg
- Cleone Gardens Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Cleone Gardens Inn is located 2.5 miles North of Fort Bragg, in the peaceful community of Cleone, CA. Our inn has been family owned and operated since 2005 and offers a variety of lodging selections for your travel needs. Our unique guest rooms will help create a romantic atmosphere for a private weekend, or provide you with that relaxing needed getaway. The groomed gardens and forested area are full of natural wildlife that can be viewed from the many large decks and casual sitting areas. All rooms are pet friendly. 11 units, 5 of which have private gated pet decks. Some with kitchens, and or, fireplaces. Large doggie play meadow, wooded path to beach access, outdoor spa, free WI-FI and 13 channels of HBO. All rooms have a small refrigerator, microwave, and include wine glasses, corkscrew, coffee maker w/coffee, teas, etc. Complimentary use of our pet stainless steel food and water bowls, beach/dry off towels, bed and furniture covers, and a treat. A short 10 min. walk to the beach and historic 'haul road',(now known as the Pacific Coast Trail), provides you with instant access to MacKerricher State Park, it's wooden boardwalk to Laguna Point Observation Deck, Lake Cleone, the 10 Mile Dunes Preserve, and many beautiful miles of scenic shoreline. You will also find, within walking distance, the Ricochet Ridge Ranch offering trail rides, English or Western horses, on the beach and in the Redwood Forest.The short 5 minute drive to Fort Bragg allows you access to many of it's fine restaurants, local theater events, the must see Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, many art galleries, the famous Glass Beach, the Sea Glass Museum,Catch-a-Canoe kayak and bike rentals (in Mendocino), Noyo harbor with it's sport fishing opportunities, seasonal whale watching tours, and off-leash dog beach for you and your pet. Newly remodeled 2013. Weekly and monthly rates. Winter discount Specials. ... more less