It isn’t hard to understand why Mendocino is such a tourist attraction and a residential community for many artists. The town of less than 1,000 residents sits on a headland. There are many restaurants and galleries as well as a large number of bed-and-breakfast accommodations. For all its idyllic charm, with quaint homes, many behind picket fences, it is an expensive place to live. Many of the people who work here live in nearby, less expensive Fort Bragg to the north.
We spent one night here at Abigail’s B&B and had a fine dinner at the MacCallum House.