Like the most places described in this blog – Timber Cove lodge is one of those unlike the other. Official website. Strangely well mixed together – elements of traditional Nordic design reflected in the Valhalla-like central hall, Pagan or Native American totem pole; interior design from the American 60-70’s – would make you think – what kind of salad is this?
Well, somehow it all comes together at the Timber Cove lodge and doesn’t feel a bit outdated. Furthermore the unlikely blueprint, reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright’s creation, fits perfectly into the rugged northern California’s coast, coming into a unison with nature.
You may find some of the interesting and bold degustation choices at the kitchen paired nicely with California’s traditional wine. Furthermore there are a couple of exquisite and rightfully boastful Norcal brews to Choose from. Unlikely paring of dried, fruits, fromage & elements of surprise are always freshly assorted for your enjoyment.
What is there to do at the Timber Cove lodge?
Multiple gaming choices – bocce ball, ping pong and pool are strategically placed around the quarters to keep inhabitants entertained. Picturesque views from the cliffs of the Timber Cove lodge resort continues to inspire artists from all over the world.
Special thanks to Novogratz family for placing final strokes on the interior design of the Timber Cove lodge boutique hotel which made this place extremely family oriented, open and pleasant to visit.
Comfortable couches and the whole atmosphere warmly invites you to spend some quality time with your loved ones, outside or inside of the lodge. Pops of color in the traditional chalet backdrop is the exact formula for balance of classical american architecture and modern day design. An experiment well executed!
Nearby Timber Cove Boat Landing is an ideal destination point for fishermen and adventure lovers. You make a boat out to the sea and reel in some dinner for that night. Some of the locals dive out to catch some abalone and sea urchins in the nearby lagoon.
Here’s a quick guide of things to do in Mendocino with kids