Haunted Hotels, Inns & Lodges

MacCallum House Inn, Mendocino
On the second floor is where Daisy’s son Donald slept. Donald was born in 1880 and was Daisy’s first child. It is town lore that Donald’s spirit still lives on in this space.

Mendocino Hotel And Garden Suite, Mendocino
The Mendocino Hotel and Garden Suites opened in 1878 as the Temperance House in the lively logging town. It’s said that a Victorian woman’s face appears in the mirrors in the dining room, and she has been seen in various guest rooms. She has also been known to play tricks on the hotel staff.

The Grey Whale Inn, Fort Bragg
This 1915 building once served as the Redwood Hospital in Fort Bragg. The inn is said to be haunted by a woman who roams the garden areas, as well as a man who has often been seen peering from the windows.

The Lodge at Noyo River, Fort Bragg
Atop the bluff above Noyo Harbor, this inn was built in the 1860s, and has been the site of hundreds of ghost sightings in its century-plus of welcoming guests. It is said to be haunted by four ghosts, three women and one man.

 

Overview

 

Lost Coast to Fort Bragg

Jackson State Forest • Inland

 

Caspar • Point Cabrillo • Mendocino

Little River • Albion • Navarro

 

Elk • Point Arena • Gualala