The peaceful village of Myers Flat is nestled in the heart of the redwood forest, a centerpiece of the Avenue of the Giants. The Myers Country Inn, a delightful B&B, anchors the village which formed around it over 130 years ago when it was a stagecoach stop on the way to the Northern California gold fields. Jack London, the famous San Francisco author, was said to have stayed there often as he traveled up and down the old Pacific Highway on his many adventures. The inn still basks in period furnishings and revels in its history with old news clippings and photos hanging throughout the building. The ambience is as warm and friendly as the fireplace in the lobby, and the breakfasts are home cooked and country-hearty. The Myers Country Inn is surrounded by great amenities for the Redwood visitor. A winery and tasting room (Riverbend Cellars) are just across the Avenue. Directly across from the inn is a coffee shop and a market for your traveling convenience. Within walking distance of the inn are antique and collectibles shops, a coin-operated laundry and Myers Flat’s own Drive-Thru Tree. Stay for an extended visit in perhaps the world’s most sublime forest, plan an eight-day eco-tour and experience life as it was when the stage line ran through this charming riverside village.