Little River Inn Salon & Spa is the perfect place for guests to unwind, relax and indulge in a spa treatment to soothe their soul. Open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the spa and salon offers many different treatments and services for guests to choose from including massages, facials, manicures and pedicures and also hair styling and cutting services. Guests will love the Little River Warm Stone Massage, where the therapist places warm, smooth stones over different areas of the body to relieve energy blockages and soothe sore tired muscles.
Other body treatments include the Seaweed Body Scrub, and the Silky Skin Full Body Polish. The facials offered at the spa are quite extensive and include services such as the Eye Lift Glow, which smooths the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and gives the skin around the eyes an instant lift, or the Little River Signature Facial which is tailored towards each guests skin type and gives a deep tissue treatment along with a hand and foot massage. Waxing services are also available at the spa, should guests wish for such services.
While on vacation, guests can treat themselves to a new hairstyle, with professional stylists offering highlights, all over color, perms and even Keratin Smoothing Treatments.
For guests looking for a number of services, there is the Seaside Escape Package which includes a deep, cleansing facial, a one hour massage and to finish it off, a paraffin hand treatment to soothe tired, sore hands. This package is an hour and a half of treatment time.
Guests who wish to stay in-room can reserve a massage therapist to come and perform the massage right in the privacy of their suite. As well, brides and their bridal parties, can book the services of the spa and salon for the big day, since the spa has a dedicated service menu for such occasions.
The Little River Inn is proud to boast the only golf course on the Mendocino Coastline. Nestled in the hills and trees, guests will enjoy a gorgeous and challenging nine hole course complete with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Guests are often taken aback by the beauty of the area, including the wildlife such as deer which they might see while out on the greens. It is an Audubon-certified sanctuary, which means the Little River Golf Course works to preserve the natural environment surrounding the course, including the habitats of many of the animals in the area and reduce the impact of running a golf course in the area.
The course opened in 1957 and is 5458 yards and is nine holes, which can be played as 18 holes as well. There is a driving range, putting green and a full service Pro Shop for all golfers needs. There are rental clubs, pull carts and motorized carts available from the Pro Shop should guests require them.
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