Guest Reviews 2018-03-24T01:55:20+00:00

Guest Reviews

We appreciate our guests taking the time to write reviews about their stay at Turtle Rocks Inn. Meeting people from all over the world and making lifelong friends, in some cases, is the highlight of being innkeepers.

“My husband and I enjoyed all the lodgings we selected for our 10 day Portland to SF coast trip but Turtle Rocks was by far the best. Francine and Roger provide all the amenities of a B&B with the privacy of an inn. The breakfasts were exceptional and the location near Patrick’s Point was a highlight. But best of all was the room – quiet, elegant with an unparalleled view; I was in sea lion heaven! We really will make a point to return to this lovely spot as soon as we can.” – Jason & Helen, Trip Advisor, September 2016

“This inn is fabulous!! The view, the owners, the breakfast, everything about it was awesome!! We are so lucky to have stumbled upon this gem on our vacation! We look forward to going back!! If you ever get the chance to lounge and relax in Trinidad, California, stay at Turtle Rocks.” – Erin & Alex, Trip Advisor, August 2016

“Beach side doesn’t get any better than this! We’ve stayed at a lot of B&Bs, and Turtle Rocks Inn is right up there at the top. The room was lovely, and our private balcony (where we spent a great deal of time) had a spectacular view of the ocean. The sound of the surf and sea lions was relaxing. The hosts were friendly and helpful. I enjoyed the breakfasts were great, the refrigerator well stocked, and the dining area had lovely views as well. We spent a lot of time at Patrick’s Point State Park, practically next door, as well as other parks in the area. It was a great choice, and I recommend it highly.” – Grants Pass, Trip Advisor, August 2016



“Awesome place to stay. My husband and I had the “suite” that had a panoramic view of the ocean. We are super picky about hotel beds (we travel a lot!) and I can tell you that this bed was a slice of HEAVEN!!!! We had a huge deck, big tub, plenty of room. people love turtle rocks inn on yelpThe kitchen was open to guests for FREE beverages (soda, carbonated water, sodas, coffee and tea) plus fresh baked goods. There’s a fabulous restaurant 2 miles from this place that we brought dinner back to our room both nights which was perfect to us. Honestly, while I created this account/review for this place, they don’t even need it! I probably will regret giving out this gem of a place, but I am an avid YELPER, so I felt compelled.” – Lisa C.

“We stayed in the suite for one night. The accommodations were wonderful, and the view was amazing! The house is very clean and we felt “at home” during our stay. Breakfast was super duper delicious. We didn’t hear a peep from any neighbors, other guests, etc., during our stay. The grounds are beautiful too. We highly recommend this B&B and hope to return one day!” – Susy & Vincent

“Turtle Rocks BB is our place to stay when we are going to Trinidad CA. Room 4 is good but the suite with two rooms Is just as good. Ocean view that never quits, the roar of the waves, sounds from the Sea Lion’s and the breakfast is perfect. Hospitality that won’t quit. Come stay here and enjoy the view.” – Mike & Theresa

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Trinidad, meaning “land is curved” is a seaside city in Humboldt County, located on the Pacific Ocean 8 miles (13 km) north of the Arcata-Eureka Airport and 15 miles (24 km) north of the college town of Arcata. Situated at an elevation of 174 feet (53 m) above its own North Coast harbor, Trinidad is one of California’s smallest incorporated cities by population (367 residents). Trinidad is noted for its spectacular coastline with ten public beaches and offshore rocks, part of the California Coastal National Monument, of which Trinidad is a Gateway City. Fishing operations related to Trinidad Harbor are vital to both local tourism and commercial fishery interests in the region.

Trinidad has an oceanic climate and is relatively temperate compared with inland areas. Summer fogs, moderate precipitation, and mild temperatures are characteristic of Northern California coastal forests eco region and are vital to the growth of local Coast Redwood. Protected stands of old growth redwoods can be visited 20 miles (32 km) north of Trinidad, in Redwood National and State Parks.

State parks

Little River State Beach
Patrick’s Point State Park
Trinidad State Beach