Perched on a hillside overlooking the working Noyo Harbor, the Noyo Harbor Inn has stood watch proudly for more than 150 years. Recently renovated, with an eye to retaining the incredible details that made it a crown jewel of Fort Bragg, it once again welcomes guests to explore the wonders of Fort Bragg and the Noyo Harbor.
In 1935 the house sold to the Schlote family, and when Mrs. Schlote’s husband died she began to rent rooms to travelers and fishermen for $5 a night – thus was Casa del Noyo born, the forerunner of today’s Inn. The property changed hands a number of times in the intervening years, witnessing two more bridges, a massive expansion of Fort Bragg, the decline and eventual closure of the lumber mill, and rejuvenated tourism. In 2011 Joseph Marino purchased the property and embarked on a six-year journey of renovation, working with the finest local materials and craftsmen to restore the property to its former glory, retaining its Craftsman charm while adding modern touches and conveniences throughout.