Heritage House foreclosure sale postponed - Mendocino Beacon

Little River's Heritage House has won another last minute reprieve from a foreclosure sale on the courthouse steps. Full Story
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Kurt Templeton

Roseville, CA

#23 May 27, 2011
I had been to the Heritage House numerous times as a wonderful escape. Had been their with my wife and (Smiling) later my girlfriend. Saw the play "Same time next year" onsite and loved it. Many times shared a glass of wine near the cliffs edge and just took in the sites. During the remodel days the pricing went through the ceiling and the service truly and sadly dropped considerably. I got to the point where I would stay in downtown Mendocino at another B and B, while coming to Heritage House to watch the sunset with a glass of wine. Terribly sad to see the demise of such a terrific place. I still recall the woman telling me the price for one night..........I'm not poor but then suggested that I didn't want to buy it but rather just spend the night. Truly sad.
Peter and Laura

Novato, CA

#24 Jul 22, 2011
It makes me incredibly sad to think that this beautiful coastal property is sitting there wasting away. It was such a romantic, nostalgic, warm and inviting Inn. When you walked into the entrance, the dining room and my favorite the lounge with the large fireplace, it was like going back in time to a classier elegance that was yet simple. The ambiance of this glorious Inn and it's surrounding property was magical and no other Inn/B&B in the area can compare. We were so very sad to see the changes that took it down. I wish someone could see the true potential this place has to be what it once was again and inspire not only loyal past visitors, but new ones to return to this charming and serene Inn. My advice to all who haven't stayed when it was at it best...watch the movie "Same Time Next Year" and you'll want to pack your bags in search of this lost horizon. I hope someday someone finds it.
Liz

Kansas City, MO

#25 Aug 7, 2011
My husband and I went there every year for many years, and have many wonderful memories. I knew there was a problem when I heard that the new owner was installing phones, TVs, etc. Obviously he just didn't get it. That place is spiritual. It's easily one of the most beautiful places on the planet. You don't go there to watch TV. You go to restore your soul. Someday, I hope that a new owner "gets" that and deserves to have the place!
Larry

Camarillo, CA

#26 Aug 21, 2011
About every 6 months I go online and research The Heritage House with the hope that it will return. Last night my wife and I watched "Same Time Next Year" (again) and were so sad that we can't return. We,like so many guests in the "Next Year" cabin, wrote in the journal and scribbled our names and pledged our love in the wall above the alcove. What I would give to return for one last romantic stay. We visited in '08 and saw the change coming, what a shame.

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#27 Aug 29, 2011
Lets see how it will be...

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