THINGS TO DO IN SONOMA COUNTY
County has much to offer during your visit. Here at the Inn,
we invite you to enjoy our swimming pool, picnic areas, gardens,
massage service and library of films, novels and historical
dozens of family wineries are open for tastings. The town
of Healdsburg has a public plaza with boutiques, antique shops
and restaurants. The town of Cloverdale is quiet and historic.
According to a 2009 survey conducted by Budget Travel magazine,
Cloverdale is one of the 21 Coolest Small Towns in America.
Criteria required that the town be on the upswing, a place
beginning to draw attention because of quality of life, arts
and restaurants, or proximity to nature.
could choose to hike in the Armstrong Redwood forest, bike
through vineyards, ride a horse on the beach at Bodega Bay,
canoe or kayak on Lake Sonoma or down the Russian River, skydive
or hot air balloon over the valleys.
For a wealth of trip planning information please visit: sonoma.com
you would like us to make a reservation for you, please let
us know prior to your visit. Once you arrive, we are happy to
recommend wineries, restaurants and other places to visit.
Sonoma County has hundreds of wineries open to the public. From
the Inn, guests can visit the Dry
Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, Anderson Valley wineries and
those along the Russian River. Many will pour you a taste of
their current releases without a charge. Some will ask for $5
to $10; others will only charge to taste older vintage or limited
production wines, which they typically refund if you make a
purchase. Some wineries have small shops with food and a place
We serve our guests a full breakfast every morning at
8:30, 9:00 or 9:30. Coffee, tea and homemade pastries or cookies
are usually available in the evening in the dining room.
For lunch and dinner, click
here for a partial list of local restaurants.
We will be happy to recommend a place.
offer in-room massage during your stay at the inn.
Rates are $70 per hour, $40 for half an hour.
Schedule a massage when you book your
room online, or let us know when you call.
spas in Healdsburg can take care of your other pampering needs.
452B Healdsburg Ave (707) 433-1270
Hotel Healdsburg: 327 Healdsburg Ave (707) 433-4747
Lake Sonoma is less than fifteen minutes away in the coastal
You can hike, swim, ride, boat, camp, fish and hunt at this
Visitor Center and Fish Hatchery are open year round. Exhibits
tell the story of Warm Springs Dam, explain the natural and
early history of Dry Creek Valley, and offer a variety of audio-visual
and ranger-led programs.
County Parks Site
Corps of Engineers Site
Sonoma Marina (707) 433-2200
Edge Kayak & Canoe Trips (800) 345-0869
Canoe Trip (707) 887-1222
Redwoods preserves 805 acres of magnificent redwood
forest. The serene majestic beauty of this grove is a living
reminder of the primeval woods that covered much of this area
before logging operations began during the
19th century. Located 30 miles southwest of Cloverdale, off
CA-116 near Guerneville on Armstrong Woods Road.
Cloverdale: (707) 894-2067
Thursday - Monday: 11am - 3pm
Museum and Historical Society
Healdsburg: (707) 431-3325
Tuesday - Sunday: 11am - 4pm
Hand Fan Museum
Hotel Healdsburg: (707) 431-2500
Call for hours
Valley Historical Society
A great source of information about Boontling, a native
English dialect spoken since the turn of the century in Boonville.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 1 - 4 pm
M. Schulz Museum
Santa Rosa: (707) 579-4452
Daily: 11am - 5pm
20 gardens, each designed by a contemporary artist
Sonoma: (707) 933-1030
Daily: 10am -5pm
217-acre estate gallery of Renee diRosa collection
Carneros: (707) 226-5991 ext 25
Tuesday - Saturday: call for tour times
Robert Louis Stevenson Silverado Museum
St. Helena: (707) 963-3757
Noon - 4pm, closed Mondays
Santa Rosa: (707) 579-1500
Wednesday to Sunday, 11am - 5pm