Sonoma County Inns

Sebastopol Inns

Sebastopol has some classic bed and breakfast inns. Vine Hill Inn Bed & Breakfast is nestled between apple orchards and vineyards. Like all the Sebastopol bed and breakfast inns, this updated Victorian is close to wine touring, Russian River recreation, ocean beaches, and great restaurants. Avalon and the Inn at Occidental are located outside Sebastopol […]

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Sonoma Inns

The City of Sonoma is where the State of California began. It was here, in the middle of the 1800’s that independence from Mexico was declared and the Bear Flag briefly flew before being replaced with the Stars and Stripes. Sonoma is the location of the northernmost mission built by the Spanish and Mexicans and

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Santa Rosa Inns

Santa Rosa is the heart of Sonoma County and makes a great base for exploring the Sonoma coast and Sonoma and Napa County wine country. The Russian River is just minutes away if you want a canoeing adventure. The restaurants, markets, and entertainment the county is famous for are all within an easy drive. John

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Russian River Inns

Guerneville is the western limit of Sonoma wine country’s Russian River Valley. This resort town is famous for the Russian River Jazz Festival and the Russian River Blues Festival. Successive waves of immigration by loggers, farmers, back to the land types, gays, and regular folks seeking affordable housing have created today’s diverse community that’s as

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Healdsburg Inns

Healdsburg is the wine country center of northern Sonoma County and makes a great base for exploring Alexander Valley, the Russian River Valley, and Dry Creek Valley, all of which touch Healdsburg. Driving for less than an hour from Healdsburg you can reach the Sonoma coast to the west, Mendocino County to the north and

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