Reveling over 75 Years of creating special moments, the Little River Inn understands your celebration is a unique union of your love. Intimate, bohemian, or classic black tie, this hidden gem is there to make your dreams a realty. Organizing events since 1939, this establishment is passionate about its craft. For the most remarkable day of your life, choose one of Mendocino Coast’s most romantic locations.
Whether you are two or two hundred, you can celebrate your day in style with one of four distinct sites amongst the property. Couples can wed on the Mallory Cliff Top as the meadow boasts panoramic vistas of the Pacific Ocean. Or, designed for the traditionalist, the Little River Inn’s wedding-cake-white Abalone Room awaits your personal palette with large French doors that create a wall of glass to make the Pacific Ocean the backdrop of the wedding reception.
For the sports enthusiasts, the Little River Inn created the Game Day package which is a playful and casual approach to your wedding reception, offering fun and interaction with your guests. Last, but not least, if an elopement is desired, the Little River Inn has developed an intimate elopement package perfect for two.
In the days leading up to the ceremony, guests have a wide variety of activities to choose from, both inside and out. Settle yourself in front of a roaring fire with a good book, explore one of the many beaches nearby, or take their private path to Fern Canyon Trail, which provides some of the best hiking on the North Coast. Back at the Inn, let them organize a golf tournament for the wedding party and guests on the property’s ocean view course, arrange for a spa day, or throw a rehearsal barbeque.
Regardless of a couple’s wedding aspirations, the Little River Inn’s experience allows them to anticipate the couple’s needs to ensure their confidence that the Inn will do everything in their power to make the wedding magical. This Mendocino jewel has everything one can seek when marrying the love of their life.
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>Written By: Paula Goins