Spotted / Marshall, CA / Nick’s Cove

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I’ve been taking a few out-of-town trips these past few weeks and will be sharing some great spots along my travels, including this quaint little gem up the coast just north of San Francisco. Nick’s Cove is situated in Tomales Bay, an area most known for oyster farming and fishing. The windy drive up is breathtaking. The property itself includes a number of cottages to book for overnight stays, a restaurant for dining, and a boat shack on the water where you can enjoy the view + some drinks and some bites. Just pick up the phone in the shack and place your order! The best time to go is right around sunset. You don’t have to be an overnight guest to enjoy most of Nick’s Cove, but I highly recommend a stay in one of their unique cottages—five of which are located right on the waterfront. Stay tuned tomorrow as I’ll be sharing photos of the fun room I stayed in for the weekend.

Nick’s Cove
23240 California Highway 1
Marshall, CA 94940
tel:  415 663 1033
www.nickscove.com

* All images by me. Taken with a Canon 5D Mark III + 50 mm/1.8 and 24-70mm/2.8 from Lumoid.