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Inn of the Seventh Ray

The Inn of the Seventh Ray offers a storybook setting nestled in the canyon, surrounded by grand old sycamores, waterfalls and a flowing creek.   Perfect for any celebration, the Inn features rich gardens and a beautifully romantic atmosphere whether you are here to say I do or gather with friends and family to celebrate a joyous occasion. Our menu offers market fresh, California cuisine inspired by the seasons and sourced through local organic and naturally raised ingredients.

(310) 455-1311

The 1909

The Amphitheater is nestled under a canopy of two majestic California Oak Trees and can comfortably seat 120 people. The Deck can easily serve as a platform for musical or artistic performance, a space to dance and mingle, and has an ideal spatial configuration for wedding ceremonies or intimate receptions.  The Meadow is over 6000 sq. ft. of grass and can hold up to a 120 guest sized reception. It can be elegantly decorated with french bistro lighting for a stunning summer dining experience, and shaded with a canopy to ensure maximum comfort on warmer, sunny days. Unique to this setting, the adjacent creek provides a soothing, natural element.

(424) 272-1909

The Mountain Mermaid

The Mountain Mermaid is located in the hills above Los Angeles in Topanga Canyon, the celebrated vortex of art and eccentricity, surrounded by what is now the largest urban park in America, stunning Santa Monica Mountains. This historic 1930s architectural gem is situated on several mountain-view acres of rural bliss with lush gardens, fountains, and meandering pathways and is a local watering hole for town meetings an memorials, as well as a a popular location for filmmakers and photographers.  Nature, serenity, and beauty are the prime amenities at this bucolic retreat.  The Mountain Mermaid is a horticultural gardens dedicated to the preservation of our architectural, cultural and natural history.

(310) 455-3181

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