Why The Olema House is Your Next Destination

by Natasha Wolff | October 30, 2019 11:30 am

Set along a storybook creek near downtown Point Reyes Station, rustic-meets-glam Olema House[1] is West Marin’s latest gem. Built in 1988, the revamped woodsy roadside hideaway—situated on four private acres, with bucolic lawns, gardens, and a reconceived 19th-century restaurant and bar named Due West—features 24 guest rooms decorated with with jute rugs, tufted leather headboards, industrial-style sconces, and patios, terraces, or fireplaces.

Head  to the main lobby for a complimentary gourmet breakfast, followed by a trip to nearby Bear Valley Visitor Center for expert tips and insight on backcountry camping, the best local hiking trails, and the area’s rich history.

  1. Olema House: http://olemahouse.com

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