This distinctive Santa Cruz, California inn is situated on a bluff across from Cowell's Beach and the famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. This fully renovated Victorian inn features a breezy, coastal-inspired decor including fabrics in crisp blues and whites, rattan furnishings with a mix of recycled woods and locally found artisan accessories. Walk to the historic Beach Boardwalk, bike along the water or shop at the most eclectic stores in California for the perfect getaway. Many guest rooms feature ocean views and oversized jetted spa tubs. As with all Four Sisters Inns, rates include our celebrated amenities including a delicious breakfast buffet, afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres, evening turndown service on request, a morning newspaper available in the lobby and our delicious cookies waiting for you upon arrival.
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.
Churchill Manor Bed and Breakfast, a beautifully restored historic mansion in Napa, California, is the perfect retreat for visiting the Napa Valley wine country. Overnight stays include daily gourmet breakfasts, freshly-baked cookies, and evening wine and appetizers. Ten luxuriously appointed guest rooms all feature gas fireplaces, individual split-unit HVAC, and private bathrooms with showers and most featuring vintage soaking tubs. A popular choice for destination weddings and elopements, the 1889 National Historic Registry mansion has an expansive veranda and sits on a quiet acre of beautiful gardens, just a short stroll to the Napa Riverwalk with restaurants, tasting rooms, and entertainment. Knowledgeable and friendly staff can assist with dinner reservations, special packages, and in-room massages. Churchill Manor also provides complimentary hi-speed wifi, off-street parking, EVC, lawn games, and tandem bicycles.
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.
This charming Victorian country inn was built by J.F. Gosby, a native of Nova Scotia and a cobbler by trade. He began building the home in 1886 and took up residence there in 1888. Gosby opened his home to seasonal visitors attending the various religious and educational meetings held all summer long in Pacific Grove. Gosby never seemed to have enough rooms for all who wished to stay, and he enlarged the inn several times. The inn is an excellent example of the Queen Ann architecture, with a rounded corner tower, variety of surface textures and bay windows. Called El Carmelo Hotel by previous owners, the Gosby House Inn gained its current name and appearance in 1978 when it was purchased and restored by the Post family. Following the Green Gables Inn, it became the second property in the Four Sisters Inns collection. The thorough refurbishing of this lovely structure shows the careful research that went into returning it to its original state. The interior has been thoughtfully decorated with beautiful antiques. The exterior, with its cheerful yellow paint and welcoming front porch, is among the most attractive of the restored buildings in Pacific Grove.
A Spectacular Victorian Overlooking Water's Edge A perennial on just about every list of best inns in California, Green Gables Inn is a meticulously restored 1888 gem with panoramic views of the Monterey Bay. Guests appreciate the inn's one-of-a-kind good looks, and its unparalleled location adjacent to the Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail--ideal for walking or biking with a Pacific view. Make your reservation well in advance for a very special getaway.
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