In 2000, a local Sonoma winemaker approached former Four Sisters Inns President Shelley Post to discuss a piece of property he owned in town, just a block off the Sonoma Plaza. She agreed that the location seemed ideal for a small hotel, perfect for guests who would enjoy walking right out the door to the shops, restaurants and historic attractions such as the 1823 Mission San Francisco Solano.
Construction of the Inn at Sonoma took place in 2002, with Shelley applying her innkeeper’s eye to all phases of development. She worked closely with California designer Shirley Jensen to create a warm and hospitable environment, in sync with the casual Sonoma wine country lifestyle. Their instincts were spot-on; from the moment it opened, Inn at Sonoma has been a favorite with visitors who appreciate special touches like the outdoor hot tub and fireplaces in every guest room.
In 2013, a detached cottage on the property was completely remodeled adding eight guestrooms to the Inn at Sonoma. Rooms in the Vintner’s Cottage boast either one king or two queen beds, each with a fireplace, and four with jetted tubs.... show more...
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Four Sisters Inns is a collection of 16 extraordinary boutique inns and hotels located in the most spectacular destinations of California. Inns in our Classic, Artisan and Modern Collections offer inviting guestrooms, many with a king bed, fireplace, jetted spa tub and breathtaking views, and most include a bountiful breakfast buffet and afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres. Operating for over forty years, Four Sisters Inns offers four unique collections of California boutique inns and hotels that embody modern luxury, gracious service, and unique amenities.... show more...