Welcome to paradise, otherwise known as Healdsburg, CA. Healdsburg is famous for being a haven for grape lovers, a relaxing getaway for couples, and a fantastic place to stay for a magical bed & breakfast experience.
The town of Healdsburg was laid out in 1857, and within a couple decades, the town’s Plaza had become the hub of village life. By 1900, new structures ringed the Plaza, including one known as the Kruse Building, which housed Wells Fargo & Company’s offices and express coach stop, Healdsburg Shoe House, Langhart’s photography studio and a dental office. As the town grew and prospered, various businesses occupied spaces in the Kruse Building. Some 82 years after it was built, local resident Jenny Genkins purchased the edifice and turned it into a bed-and-breakfast inn, which operated until 2004. Spurred by the need for seismic retrofitting, the building underwent a major renovation in 2004. Though it now offers the comforts of a modern structure, many original features remain, including exposed interior brick walls (the work of 19th Century Italian stone masons), and the beautiful, original staircase. Soon after the renovation was completed in 2005, Four Sisters Inns began operating the Healdsburg Inn on the Plaza in the historic Kruse Building…still the best address in town.
Camellia Inn is a romantic and charming home built in 1871. We are located in Healdsburg, in California's Sonoma County, where there is plenty of wine to keep your glass full. Our inn features architectural treasures including marble fireplaces and double parlors. At the inn and at nearby sites we have over 15 sleeping accommodations to choose from, each with a private bath. In the morning, enjoy our delicious full breakfast, and after a day exploring, relax with wine and cheese in our parlor. Welcome to the Camellia Inn Bed & Breakfast! Our home is conveniently close to both the famed California wine country and many outdoor recreation activities including boating and sailing. We are also just steps from the historic Plaza in Healdsburg, providing guests a chance to explore many shops, antique stores, and trendy restaurants. There are three renowned wine regions surrounding our inn and dozens of wine tasting rooms.
Our inn is located in the Russian River Wine Valley, of Sonoma County, just a half mile from the Russian River and a 15 minute drive along gorgeous vineyard country roads to the Healdsburg Square. Gently perched on a South facing slope above sweeping Russian River Valley Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards, ringed by redwood forested mountains, near a small country crossroad, the Raford Inn is a welcoming beacon of hospitality. This 1880 Victorian plantation property is graced with luscious gardens, a working estate vineyard, and towering palm trees that are home to some of the region's most exotic birds. Our Healdsburg area B&B is a great starting point to venture into the Sonoma Wine Country appellations of the Russian River Valley, Green Valley, Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, Chalk Hill, and more. The eclectic shops of Healdsburg, Sebastopol, Guerneville, Forestville, and Santa Rosa invite your interest.
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This Healdsburg, CA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in California. Enjoy a farm to table breakfast, private river access, and free Wi-Fi. Our bnb in Healdsburg provides room service options, en suite rooms, fireplaces and soaking tubs, air-conditioner, in-room nightstand charging stations, handicap accessible, smoke-free, and free on-site parking without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next sweet escape in Healdsburg, California.
This Healdsburg, CA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in California. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and European rainfall showerheads and All rooms are air-conditioned. Our bnb in Healdsburg provides Complimentary wireless internet access and Each room has luxurious spa robes, hair dryers, and bottled water without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Healdsburg, California.
Our Napa Valley inn is the perfect spot to savor the romance of the Wine Country. Visit us for a wonderful gourmet breakfast, the best in Napa Valley according to our guests. If you are looking for the amenities of a chic, boutique hotel with the friendliness and knowledge of owners and innkeepers who work, live and play here and love to share what they know, then this is where you should stay. We are steps to great Spas, wonderful restaurants and interesting shopping in downtown Calistoga. Many of Napa’s best wineries surround our small town and it is only a short drive to explore the Sonoma, Russian River and Alexander Valleys. Experience the sensuality of your own private candlelit Jacuzzi bath. Slip between the covers of your luxury pillow top bed and dream the night away. Indulge yourself with our gourmet breakfast, fresh from the pages of Gillian’s wonderful cookbook, Inn Food. Pamper yourself with a massage in the oasis of your own private curtained porch. Stay at our Calistoga bed and breakfast and let us help you build a Wine Country memory that will last a lifetime.
Backyard Garden Oasis, located in the Calistoga & Harbin Hot Springs Area of Northern California, offers three light-filled, contemporary private cabins each with it’s own deck, private bathroom with shower, king sized bed, skylight and fireplace. Take in the numerous area attractions or hike the mountain, the newest trail in Robert Louis Stevenson State Park overlooking Calistoga and the Napa Valley.
A Mediterranean-Style Getaway in California Wine Country Located in Sonoma Wine Country’s fabled Valley of the Moon, Kenwood Inn & Spa is a tranquil hideaway offering a one-of-a-kind retreat for discerning guests. Designed with serenity in mind, the Mediterranean-style inn sits on more than two-and-a-half peaceful acres, surrounded by vineyards, orchards, and ancient oaks. The exquisite grounds are meticulously landscaped with greenery and flowers, three courtyards, a sparkling pool, two hot tubs, and fountains. The Spa at Kenwood Inn re-opened on September 1, 2019, after undergoing extensive renovations and a redesign. Our revamped Spa menu features a full array of new face and body treatments, from the Rebalancing Facial to Cielo Bliss Detox CBD Massage and Espresso & Mud Detoxifying Body Wrap.
A WINE COUNTRY EXPERIENCE INFUSED WITH TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOSPITALITY Tucked into the Sonoma Valley hamlet of Glen Ellen, the Gaige House + Ryokan is a zen hideaway featuring 23 thoughtfully-appointed guestrooms with modern Asian details. Our verdant and secluded setting along the Calabazas Creek creates a tranquil wine country retreat. Meditation areas, calming fountains, a yoga enclave, private zen gardens and on-site spa are just a few of the luxurious amenities you will enjoy. Gaige House is Michelin-rated and regularly found on Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List of top hotels in the world.
Recently voted as one of the Top 50 Small Hotels in the United States by readers of Conde Nast Traveler, Lavender is intimate and luxuriously cozy and combines the warm colors of Provence with contemporary design elements to create a vibrant setting that blends old and new. A lovely heritage home is the centerpiece of the inn's four buildings; the warmth of its wraparound porch is echoed in the enclosed veranda where breakfast is served daily. Don't miss a game of boules in the garden. Each guestroom features a fireplace, a king-sized bed heaped with pillows and large brilliantly painted bathrooms with double sinks and contemporary surfacing. The inn also features wireless Internet access throughout property. There are two spacious guestrooms in the main house. The courtyard rooms surround the garden and are entered through a private patio.
Three lovely buildings situated on half an acre of beautifully landscaped gardens comprise the Maison Fleurie, a sanctuary for guests traveling to the Napa Valley. The Maison Fleurie, our "flowering house," welcomes the visitor to an inn reminiscent of southern France. Finely crafted furniture, rich fabrics, and a huge stone fireplace lend their ambiance to this historic main buidling, where a bountiful breakfast and afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres are served. Borrow our bicycles for a ride through charming Yountville and the Napa Valley. Explore tasting rooms, wine caves and stylish boutiques along the way. The pool and oversized hot tub will welcome you back after a full and fun day. Each room features a full, queen or king bed, and many feature a fireplace, patio or jetted spa tub. Maison Fleurie is part of the Four Sisters Inns Classic Collection.
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.
When it comes to Napa Valley lodging, the most discerning travelers appreciate the fact that accommodations at the Milliken Creek Inn and Spa are second-to-none. Each of the 12 rooms is distinctively designed in chic yet comfortable decor, with painstaking attention given to even the smallest details.
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Located in Sonoma County, California, Healdsburg offers so much more than just wineries. From horseback riding to kayaking the Russian River, to mouthwatering top-tier dinners, it’d be hard to beat visiting Healdsburg CA if you’re looking for a perfect b&b experience. Around Healdsburg, there are also other lovely towns to check out like Geyserville, Guerneville, Forestville, or Santa Rosa for even more things to see & do.
If you’re coming to Healdsburg, odds are you’re a wine enthusiast and you’re coming for Sonoma Wine Country’s famous wine tasting & vineyard experience. Sonoma County isn’t called “wine country” for nothing. Vineyards like Dry Creek bring in visitors from around the world & you never know who you’ll meet on a day out wine tasting.
Besides wine, there are loads of outdoor activities along the Russian River whether you’re a yoga enthusiast or into biking beautiful Northern California trails. Fancy a little shopping? Healdsburg and Sonoma wine country have tons of cute little shops so you can pick out wines or cheeses, or little artisan crafts for friends or loved ones.
Whatever you’re trying to get into, Healdsburg and Sonoma has it!
If you’re coming to Healdsburg for tasting rooms or wine tasting out in wine country, prepare to be amazed. With three of the top ten wineries in the United States located in this gem of a town, your taste buds will be dancing for joy from the second you touch down. Alexander Valley is an incredible area that’s just north of Healdsburg and features small family run wineries along with larger tasting rooms. Besides exploring Sonoma Wine Country, there is so much to do in the area (especially if you have a car).
Explore the redwood forest around San Francisco if you have time to spare, or get down & dirty in the Russian River Valley with kayaks, bikes, or hikes that’ll immerse you in northern California’s wilderness. Russian River has loads of parks and museums to visit, and we promise you won’t run out of things to do around the quaint little towns in Sonoma Wine Country.
Being smack dab in the middle of Sonoma County has its perks, especially when it comes to eats and drinks.
Fine dining or more casual restaurants are on offer in Healdsburg, and you can’t go wrong with Journeyman Meat Co if you’re looking to do some shopping for artisan meats along with phenomenal local wines.
For a funky spot that sums up California dining (a little rustic, a little chic), visit Valette. With some of the best wines around & mouthwatering dishes that’ll make you want to try the whole menu, Valette is one of Healdsburg’s top restaurants!
The dominating natural feature of Healdsburg is the Russian River. The river pierces through Sonoma County and provides a ton of fun things to do, from rafting & kayaking to sipping beers at a craft brewery along the water. There are also golf courses, museums, parks ,and so much more to experience. The Russian River lends its name to many wineries and craft breweries, and has become known as a haven for high quality wines & beers, along with delicious restaurants.
The town of Healdsburg is only about 4 square miles with a small population of around 11,000 people.
The town of Healdsburg was originally occupied by the Pomo people, an indignious tribe native to the land of California. During the 19th-century, Russian settlements and Anglo-Americans started to settle around the Russian River, leading to growth and small scale expansion.
Healdsburg’s focal point is the plaza from which the town was built around. It functions as a town square that hosts cute shops, artisan coffee shops, and Michelin level restaurants. Today, the town is constantly awarded one of America’s top small towns and is home to some of the top wineries in the United States! Once you see downtown Healdsburg for yourself, you’ll understand why folks come back year after year.
Healdsburg has lovely weather nearly year round so no matter what time of year you’re trying to visit, you’ll be greeted with sunshine & that amazing California weather. It can definitely get chilly some days and especially at night time so be sure to bring some layers to keep warm!
The winters get much more rain than the summers here, so also bring a rain jacket to block out the rain while you’re sipping on delicious local wines.
Staying in a bed & breakfast is always better than a hotel, but especially makes a difference when you’re staying somewhere as charming and magical as Healdsburg. Innkeepers that know the town and Sonoma County like the back of their hand is something you can’t get anywhere else. Delicious breakfasts with local ingredients that will make you excited to get your day going. Seamless check-in to start your getaway and amazing service so setting up fun activities wine tasting is a breeze.
Vacation rentals are nice too, but even they don’t match the warmth and hospitality you feel when you stay in a historic Healdsburg b&b right in the center of the Plaza.
Getting to Healdsburg is as simple as flying into San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and driving around one & a half hours to arrive in the town. If you’re planning on getting around in Healdsburg while also exploring the rest of Sonoma County, it’s probably smart to rent a car.
There is the Schulz Sonoma County Airport (STS) that has a few routes incoming, and you might be able to catch a plane from SFO if you’re not planning on driving. Also, there are bus routes from San Francisco if you’re not keen on renting a car or will be touring around Sonoma County.
Count on more wine tours and drivers than you can imagine, so renting a car is not always a necessity!
Spending time in a Healdsburg bed and breakfast is a blending of the old & the new. One the hand, you get the magic of historic buildings that have hosted travellers like you for decades. On the other, you have modern amenities like free wifi, a full breakfast, concierge services, and speedy check-in.
Guest rooms feature air conditioning, and all of the comforts you’d want for your getaway. Since Healdsburg b&b’s tend to be a bit more upscale, you might even stumble on a hot tub, a swimming pool, or complimentary wine (it is Sonoma after all!). Crisp linens and comfortable beds are a given at a Healdsburg bed and breakfast.
Vacation rentals or hotel chains can’t touch the amazing hospitality you receive in a Healdsburg b&b. Also, during the time of covid, many bed and breakfasts around Healdsburg & Dry Creek Valley run special deals if you purchase gift certificates for either yourself or loved ones. Be sure to ask!
There are some wonderful choices when you’re looking into bed and breakfast near Healdsburg CA. Top of the list would have to be Healdsburg Inn on the Plaza, a Four Sisters Inn. Sitting right in the middle of the action of the Plaza, the historic Kruse Building has undergone renovations & stood the test of time as Healdsburg’s most prestigious building. Combining the modern with the historic, this is the place to be if you want to be at the center of activity in Healdsburg.
Another great option is the Camellia Inn. Just steps away from the historic Plaza, the inn features marble fireplaces & double parlors that are absolutely perfect if you’re cozying up with your special someone. Chock full of amenities while remaining timeless, you can’t go wrong with this one!
Other great Healdsburg b&b options are the Madrona Manor or Bella Luna! Raford is also an option if booking is tight at other bed and breakfast around the area.
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