Location

 

The Ravenridge property is located about 8 miles from US 101.  The posted road number is 32530 on Highway 128 West, however the numbering system along the highway is not the best way to navigate.  Please refer to the small black and white mile marker signs for most reliable navigation.  Our driveway is at mile marker 47.84 in Mendocino County  (we are 47.84 miles from the intersection of coastal Highway 1 at the mouth of the Navarro River).

Aerial view of Ravenridge Cottages

Many guests pass through Santa Rosa on their way to Ravenridge.  This route follows Highway 101 north through Windsor, Healdsburg, Geyserville, and Cloverdale.  Lots of places to stop along the way for restaurants, groceries, gas, and ATMs.  If you plan to cook during your visit, we recommend that you stock up on provisions in Healdsburg  or in Cloverdale (see Planning Your Visit for specific recommendations.)

Following Highway 128 west (actually northwest) about 8 miles brings you to the village of Yorkville, the recently renovated Yorkville Market, and three Yorkville Highlands wine tasting rooms. Another 11 miles farther is the town of Boonville and its mix of restaurants, shops, county fair grounds, high-priced gas, prestigious brewery, and wine tasting.  Farther west are many Anderson Valley wine tasting rooms, the village of Philo, farm stands (Gowan's Oak Tree and the Apple Farm), and Hendy Woods State Park, with its magnificent old-growth redwood groves. Navarro is the last town before reaching the coast, where the Navarro River reaches the Pacific.  Highway 1 takes you north to the village of Mendocino and  Fort Bragg or south to Point Arena, Elk, and Gualala.


"Everything was wonderful from the spectacular view to the comfortable bed.  A perfect getaway from the bustle of San Jose."