If you’re looking for a charming guest house in Elk, look no further than Sacred Rock Resort.
Guests have access to room service while staying at Sacred Rock Resort. In addition, Sacred Rock Resort offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Elk trip additionally gratifying.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Greenwood Pier Restaurant, which is a steakhouse that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, Sacred Rock Resort makes it easy to experience some great Elk attractions like Navarro River Redwoods State Park, which is a popular state park.
The staff at Sacred Rock Resort looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Once again we stayed in the Matson Cabin for three nights. I think it maybe the last time before it will be rennovated. The resort has been going thru a major upgrade and we were able to tour some of the new rooms....all with stunning views and the most modern conveniences...right on the edge of the bluff overlooking the old greenwood pier. We ate at the their new restaurant since Brigett Dolan's pub is closed now for rennovations as well. The breakfast and evening meals were all spectacular...the restaurant is now serving a 4 course prix fixe menu with great entree choices for $20...what a value! The experience was as great as ever...
We have been going to Elk and staying at Sacred Rock (formerly Griffin House) for about 30 years and always go back because the setting, service and ocean view really can't be beat! I'm writing now to correct some information submitted by Brett Y in his recent review. There were plenty of snacks (from Fritos to peanuts to Cracker Jack) and bottled water, but all were free. No charge! And you could ask for more if you wanted to! I was mystified about Brett's review, and so were the innkeepers. Perhaps he got Sacred Rock confused with another inn where he stayed? I agree with his other comments, but thought people should know that this is not a mini-bar kind of place! A full breakfast brought to your room and all snacks and water are included in the room fee.
From the moment Geoff greeted us at Sacred Rock Resort, we were enchanted by this magical hideaway on the cliffs of Elk. Our Greenwood cottage was immaculate and very well appointed with an incomparable view of the Pacific and Sacred Rock. The breakfasts were excellent and our dinner prepared by Bryan provided the most sumptuous Short ribs we ever tasted. Don't miss the restaurant for dinner! Many thanks to all the staff for an impeccable stay. This is a can't miss destination on the coast. Close to Albion, Mendocino and Ft. Bragg for day trips and hikes.
Absolutely loved our cottage at the Sacred Rock; renovated and well-appointed along with some of the most dramatic views from their 3 ocean-front units. Bed was comfortable with soft bedding. Free coffee provided in room along with a complementary freshly-prepared omelet and toast with fruit in the morning - brought straight to the room. Pleasant staff and overall charming spot. Snacks and bottled water was very overpriced though (we didn’t use it, but thought that $2 for a micro-bottle of approx. 8 oz of water was excessive. Along with $7 for a tiny bag of potato chips).
Nice private deck. Room was recently remodeled and very private. Enjoyed relaxing on the deck and seeing to sunset over the ocean. Currently only the Madsen cottage is dog friendly. Hope they add more. The are in the process of rehab of the former Greenwood Pier Inn. No cell phone service and didn't check for internet because it is a great place to unplug and unwind. Delicious full breakfast delivered to the room! Should have stayed here a second night instead of traveling up the coast. Will be back!