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2-Night Stay for Two, Valid Sunday-Thursday

2-Night Stay for Two, Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$279
Savings
50%
Retail
$558
Fresno Deals

Victorian Estate Overlooking Rocky California Coast

In the 1870s, a 25-year-old sailor left his home in Maine and took to the seas, hoping to find work and a place to call home. While sailing the California coast, Joshua Grindle came across a rocky promontory whose thick forest and steepled churches evoked the New England towns he'd left behind. Grindle came to anchor in the budding village of Mendocino, found a wife, and built his first home, which stands today as one of four houses comprising the Joshua Grindle Inn.

The Main House calls to mind a Victorian farmhouse from Maine, but its redwood construction speaks of a West Coast pedigree. A resident poodle and two cats might be seen balancing the books on the wraparound porch, which overlooks herb and floral gardens, resplendent with rhododendrons, daisies, and poppies. On nice mornings, guests take to the porch for breakfasts such as apple crêpes and spicy baked pears drizzled with yogurt, paired with sips of Big River Coffee’s special Joshua Grindle Inn Organic Blend.

Guest rooms in the Main House, the Saltbox Cottage, and historical wooden Water Tower are individually decorated, but each incorporates an old New England aesthetic with antique furnishings, four-poster beds, and crackling fireplaces. In the Saltbox Cottage, a former chicken coop, open cedar-beam ceilings, and historical artwork open a small window to Mendocino's early days. Shelves of hardback books stocked by the innkeepers add a personal touch to each room, which all overlook either the ocean or the village of Mendocino.

Mendocino, California: New England–Style Hamlet on the West Coast

Mendocino's old-fashioned cottages and quaint churches appear as if they were plucked from a coastal New England town, and there's little mystery why. The village's first settlers came mostly from the northeast and brought with them their back-home stylings. The redwoods that originally attracted loggers are no longer a source of industry, but the dense forest east of town is a haven for hikers and naturalists. The village’s arts culture emerged in the 1950s and continues to thrive with civic organizations such as the Redwoods Symphony and Mendocino Theater Company.


Jan 31 2012 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Two, Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in an Ocean-View Room Valid Sunday–Thursday

1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in an Ocean-View Room Valid Sunday–Thursday
Price
$195
Savings
51%
Retail
$400
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Opulent, Eco-Conscious Coastal Resort with Old World Charm

When night falls, a constellation of twinkling outdoor fireplaces lights up a darkened, 100-acre expanse of Pacific Ocean coastline. Vacationers huddle near the warmth of their fires—a modern-day analog to the encampments of early Spanish explorers who discovered the Palos Verdes Peninsula several hundred years ago. Terranea Resort pays tribute to its first European settlers with a Mediterranean design incorporating red adobe roofs, large palms, and archways inlaid with colorful mosaic tiles.

The resort also maintains an eco-friendly focus; its grounds are comprised of roughly 75% green space, including a 2-mile Discovery Trail affording occasional views of gray whales performing graceful offshore line dances from December to April. The resort's emphasis on nature extends to lushly appointed ocean-view rooms and casita suites, which are accented with golden-hued woods and seashells of all sizes. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto private balconies overlooking the water.

The resort's 50,000-square-foot glass-walled fitness center and spa offers state-of-the-art cardio equipment as well as daily classes, including yoga and seaside spin sessions, during which participants pedal stationary bikes on an outdoor terrace facing Catalina Island. Golfers tee off on The Links at Terranea, a nine-hole, par 3 course dotted with indigenous Californian plants, and water lovers loll by one of three ocean-view pools or shoot down the 140-foot water slide.

Among the resort's many dining options, mar'sel—an upscale, oceanfront eatery—serves flavorful dishes crafted by chef Michael Fiorelli using sustainable methods and local ingredients, including fresh herbs plucked from a garden guests pass on their way in.

Rancho Palos Verdes, California: Secluded Town Abounding with Outdoor Activities

Nestled in the hills of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, secluded Rancho Palos Verdes is home to expansive estates set on jagged bluffs looming over the coastline. Terranea's Pointe Discovery adventure shop equips visitors for exploring all the peninsula has to offer, including standup paddleboarding, kayaking, snorkeling, and mermaid speed dating. Fewer than 2 miles from the resort, the Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, a state ecological preserve, encompasses pristine tide pools home to sea stars, pointy urchins, and brightly colored anemones.

Within walking distance of the cove lies Wayfarers Chapel, a structure built from glass and redwoods by Lloyd Wright, son of pioneering architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Point Vicente Lighthouse also stands nearby. First lit in 1926 as a beacon to mariners aiming to steer clear of rocky shoals, the lighthouse now makes an ideal spot for whale-watching.


Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in an Ocean-View Room Valid Sunday–Thursday

2-Night Stay for Four, Valid Through Dec. 20, 2011

2-Night Stay for Four, Valid Through Dec. 20, 2011
Price
$159
Savings
60%
Retail
$398
Fresno Deals
Family Friendly Hotel at the Foothills of Red Rock Country

The gnarled fingers of a red rock formation pierce the vast desert sky, as if an earthen giant had reached for the sun and turned to stone. Smaller orange buttes also speckle the vistas from the private guest-room balcony, one of many vantage points from which to admire the dramatic landscape surrounding Los Abrigados Resort & Spa. Stationed at the foothills of Red Rock Country along the banks of Oak Creek, this 22-acre property abounds with outdoor pleasantries, from its manicured walkways to cobblestone water fountains and groves of leafy trees that flourish in stark contrast to the arid peaks.

Plush, white loungers fringe the year-round heated saltwater pool, encouraging a head start on summer reading reports. Elsewhere on the Mediterranean-style property, tennis courts, bocce courts, and an 18-hole mini-golf course offer up hours of diversion. One-bedroom suites come with homey amenities such as well-furnished partial kitchens and spacious dens filled with natural light.

At the onsite Stakes & Sticks Sports Bar and Grill, wood-fired ovens bake pizzas golden brown in the company of 20 flat-screen TVs. Decidedly quieter afternoons are spent at the spa, where a variety of body wraps, massages, and aromatherapy treatments usher in tranquility as pleasantly as a flock of doves cooing Perry Como.

Sedona: Majestic Red Rock Formations Inspire Thriving Arts Center

When the sun rises and sets over Sedona—which enjoys an average of 330 sunny days per year—the surrounding red rock buttes radiate a phosphorous glow. The mountain trails and rugged canyons of Coconino National Forest offer an abundance of hiking, biking, and climbing opportunities. A hike along Airport Mesa Trail, 2 miles south of the hotel, affords panoramic views of this fiery silhouette punctuated by the spindly towers of Cathedral Rock and the slopes of Capitol Butte. Sedona's striking landscape has attracted an eclectic community of artists, many of whom display their work in Tlaquepaque. Modeled after a traditional Mexican village, this vibrant, cobblestoned arts district boasts more than 40 specialty shops and galleries, all within a mile of the hotel.


Nov 25 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Four, Valid Through Dec. 20, 2011

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