The historic Weller House was a fantastic find!
We settled into a cozy rear room, (The Lily Room) complete with fireplace and tastefully decorated in period antiques. We didn't need the fireplace as the weather was warm. Through the window we could see the garden and chicken coop (fresh eggs for breakfast!)
If you try the orange marmalade you'll be hooked. Buy a jar to take with you. I believe Vivien's son makes it in the Weller House kitchen.
The current Owner, Vivien, took us on a tour after breakfast, including the top floor's large open space. These days it's used for dances and live music (or rented for weddings or similar gatherings) but at one time it was used for Baptist church services!
This was a very good 'base camp' for trips into Fort Bragg and Mendocino. We didn't ride on the Skunk Train, but we did hear the train whistle, and ran to the outside stairs to watch.
We could have easily "camped out' in our room for a few days and unwound from our go-go live in silicon valley.