Jenner Inn | Eatery | Retreats | Events
Jenner by the Sea Inn and Eatery is located on Highway 1 along the Northern California Coast just 90 minutes from the San Francisco Bay Area. We are ideally located near Bodega Bay, the Sonoma Wine Country and where the Russian River cascades into the Pacific Ocean. The Eatery is now open serving local fresh organic meals and breakfast all day. Jenner by the Sea Inn consists of 21 sun filled River, Ocean and Mountain view rooms. The property is 2 acres of open lush grounds and event rooms.
Jenner by the Sea Inn and Eatery is the destination for you to be served and filled with nature and nourishment.
Located along the California Pacific Coast Highway 1, a gracious team is here to make your life wonderful. Surrounded by magnificent panoramic views of the Russian River, Pacific Ocean and Mountain side. Enjoy the privacy and serenity of one of the fabulous waterfront rooms or homes. Listen to the waves, watch sea otters from your deck, sit by the fire and laugh.
Activities abound to fulfill your memorable Coastal getaway. Sonoma Wine Country is home to world-class wines from the Russian River, Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys; many delicious wineries are waiting to be discovered by you. Hikes, Bikes, Swims, Dancing, Meditating and more are here.
California Pacific Coast Highway 1 leads you to stretches of unspoiled pristine sands, fascinating tide pools, playful seals, and miles of Bodega Bay hiking trails along the bluffs of the Northern California coastline with all its 15 sandy beaches 20,000 acres of open space land for hiking biking and kayaking. Nearby is the fishing village of Bodega Bay where Hitchcock filmed the Movie "The Birds". Walk, kayak, or canoe along the Russian River with frolicking seals and hundreds of different birds, take an exhilarating hot air balloon ride, or horseback ride through the majestic hidden grove of giant Redwoods in the beautiful Armstrong State Redwood Reserve. Bodega Head and Jenner are great places to watch the whales during the fall in the spring...