Sonoma Bed and Breakfast

The bed and breakfast options in Sonoma are just as unique and luxurious as the city itself! B&Bs in the area range from sleek, hyper-modern homes with Zen gardens and yoga rooms to refurbished historic houses that retain their 19th century charm.

Sonoma Bed and Breakfast

This Sonoma, CA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in California. Enjoy a hot plated breakfast, and free wifi, and television. Our bnb in Sonoma provides 7 beautiful rooms and wine tasting adventure without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next adventurous escape in Sonoma, California.

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.

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This San Francisco, CA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in California. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in San Francisco, CA.

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.

The White House Inn & Spa in Napa, California is a stunningly beautiful boutique inn offering relaxing accommodations close to all that Napa has to offer. Ideally located in the heart of a rejuvenated downtown Napa, guests are within walking distance of acclaimed restaurants, art galleries, shops, and wineries. We offer 5 unique room types, from Queen to King to deluxe balcony rooms. Guests enjoy our outdoor pool & hot tub and full range of on-site spa services.




from $450.00

Sonoma, CA 95476, USA

Beautiful loft located on lower Nob Hill.  Cable Car, Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf are within walking distance.  Great international restaurants, shopping and theaters close by.  There is a private garage, and the house has easy access to Marin and Chrissy Field. This is a brick building from 1914 that has been updated for the 21st Century.  This property was home to renowned interior designer Robert Hutchinson for nearly 50 years.  Mr. Hutchinson bought the property in 1961 and turned the first floor into his studio, while he lived upstairs.  The second story, where you will be staying, has seen many designs over the years.  Once, it was Chinese red, another time it was black.  When it was featured in Architectural Digest in 1986, the walls and ceilings were tan and the flat was filled with tribal art from around the globe.  There will be vintage magazines on site that show the projects of Mr. Hutchinson. Upon inheriting this home in 2008, the property was retrofitted for earthquakes, all electrical was modernized, and two retail spaces reimagined from 2009-2011.  Presently, the home blends extraordinary pieces by Robert Hutchinson with a mid-century modern, urban vibe.  This original furniture by Mr. Hutchinson includes the dining room table, the black couch, the petrified wood display table, and the kitchen and bedroom tables.  Also, as the house was being remodeled, many elements were preserved from the '86 design, namely, the master bedroom suite with fireplace, the entryway and vanities in both bathrooms. The flat is just over 2,000 square feet.  There is an enormous master suite and a smaller guest bedroom. The living room is spacious and the kitchen is state of the art.  There are two full baths and a roof top deck with orchids and succulent plants. San Francisco Registration Number # STR-0001508 * Please note: Included in the cleaning fee price is damage waiver coverage in place of a traditional damage deposit so you can have a carefree stay.

Inn at Occidental is one of five "Top Wine Country Destinations" according to Wine Spectator Magazine. This Sonoma County Wine Country bed and breakfast is secluded beneath towering redwoods in the charming village of Occidental and is centrally located near the stunning vineyards, orchards of Sonoma wine country, the spectacular beaches and cliffs of the Sonoma Coast, and the meandering Russian River. Start the day with a freshly prepared breakfast and complimentary concierge services. Enjoy an evening wine reception from 5-6pm. There are dog-friendly guestrooms and the inn is an easy walk to town for world-class dining and shopping. Bring the one you love for an unforgettable Wine Country experience!

California Wine Country Bed & Breakfast Inn only 1 hour from the Golden Gate Bridge. Sonoma County’s Grape Leaf Inn has been welcoming guests for over two decades. Whirlpools, Fireplaces and nightly wine & cheese tastings.

Are you looking for a budget accommodation in one of the most unique, hip and walk friendly neighborhood in central San Francisco? A neighborhood with restaurants, bakeries and shops? Look no further... we've got something for you! One of the common things that our visitors say about The Annex at Hayes Valley is that it belongs to one of the most creative and coolest neighborhoods in San Francisco while still being very affordable. The perfect place where to relax after a day full of exciting adventures. At The Annex at Hayes Valley we believe that anyone should be able to access the proximity to central San Francisco, while enjoying a comfortable room at the right price. We have a created a simple, relaxed atmosphere that will lead you to explore the town, while knowing that a comfortable bed will be waiting for you once your day is over; a sense of comfort, which comes as much from the décor that makes you feel like you’re sitting at your friend’s house as it does from the fact that you will enjoy the independence of a guesthouse. We look forward to hosting you!

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.

The Old Crocker Inn is quite different from traditional Bed and Breakfasts! The Country Inn is located in the hills on the peaceful 5-acre Crocker Ranch. It is very private, unique, and a quiet getaway. Awarded <b>Best overall B&B in North America" (Arrington's 2006 Book of Lists)</b>."

Redefining Bed and Breakfast. The Inn on Randolph’s complete 2012 renovation brings a fresh new contemporary look and feel to this 1860 Victorian. Well-appointed new bathrooms with heated floors, gourmet cooking kitchen, luxurious beds and linens, beautifully landscaped gardens, and a relaxing private spa. Most importantly, you will find all of this just steps from all the things you came to Napa to experience...incredible restaurants, wine tasting, outdoor adventures, the river promenade, music...and fun!

This Saint Helena, CA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in California. Enjoy a good breakfast, and spa, and workout room. Our bnb in Saint Helena provides a media room and the bocce court without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next intimate escape in Saint Helena, CA.

This Napa, CA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in California. Enjoy a 3-course breakfast, and in-room couple's massage, and wine tours. Our bnb in Napa provides odging that is out of the ordinary and beyond your expectations without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Napa, CA.

Each of the extra large rooms at Foothill House Bed and Breakfast are richly decorated and feature private patios with beautiful garden views reminiscent of the breathtaking beauty of Napa Valley Wine Country and nearby redwood forests. Enjoy a generous gourmet breakfast every morning featuring Foothill House B&B favorites as fresh baked scones, apple sausage and fresh squeezed orange juice.

The Mountain Home Inn Bed & Breakfast, is an eagle's nest set amongst the rolling slopes of Mt. Tamalpais overlooking the quaint village of Mill Valley 1000 feet up.

This San Francisco, CA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in California. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast, and wireless internet, and daily glass of wine with snacks. Our bnb in San Francisco has French country-inspired spaces, and enjoyed during starry nights tucked into plush beds without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in San Francisco, California.

Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Sonoma

Like the rest of the city itself, other Sonoma B&Bs feature historic Mexican architecture with accents including balconies and coastal California furniture. What unites all these B&B offerings is their incredible spread of modern amenities--including fireplaces, king-sized beds, state-of-the-art private guest rooms and (of course) delicious breakfasts. 

Sonoma County is a perfect vacation destination. For wine aficionados, the tastings and vineyards in Sonoma Wine Country simply can’t be beaten. If you love architecture, history, the outdoors, and sunshine, know that Sonoma combines all four. Taking a drive or a nature walk in Sonoma Valley is an experience you won’t forget--blue skies and greenery abound, along with stunning mountain ridges. Sonoma is also close to the nearby locales of Kenwood, Healdsburg, and Napa County, all famous for their sunny weather, gorgeous vistas, and luxurious lifestyles. Finally, local attractions--from Sonoma Creek to the Sonoma Cheese Factory--make any trip fun.


  • Indigenous Native American peoples have lived in Sonoma for over 12,000 years, including the Pomo, Wappo, and Coast Miwok tribes. European colonists--mostly Spanish, but also English and Russian groups--began traveling around the region early in the 16th century. Today, the most well-known aspect of Sonoma’s history is its colonization and governmental rule by the Mexicans, which began in 1821. Spain used the “mission” system to colonize much of California, with plantation-style arrangements run by Franciscan priests; Sonoma was the only mission created after Mexico had declared its independence from Spain. The years between 1821 and 1846 saw Mexcian control and the construction of many of the mission architectural buildings that still exist in Sonoma today.

    In 1846, Sonoma became the capital of the short-lived California Republic. This rogue nation was created when a group of Americans captured the Mexican General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, strung up a Bear Flag, and took control of the city. Four years later, in 1850, California was admitted as a state, and the U.S. Army began to control the city’s administration. This tumultuous period of history was made even more dramatic by the discovery of gold in 1848, at Sutter’s Creek, which brought sudden changes to Sonoma as miners flooded in from around the country and from Asia.

    The citizens of Sonoma now celebrate the major milestones in their history through Pueblo Day (June 24th) and Cinco de Mayo (May 5th). Each year on June 14th, Sonoma residents re-enact the raising of the bear flag.

  • Activities

  • One of the most popular activities for visitors and residents in Sonoma is wine tasting! Sonoma itself--as well as surrounding areas such as the Russian River Valley--are full of world-class wineries where visitors can tour the vineyards, taste different wines, and enjoy a day in the sun.

    Hiking is also a fun destination activity at Sonoma, with gorgeous hiking trails available at the Sonoma Coast State Park. The Park is full of distinctive beaches, tidal pools, and rock formations that visitors can explore at their leisure.

    Visitors should also make sure to check out Sonoma’s architecture and historic homes (nearby Cloverdale is known for just these two features as well). The downtown area is full of boutique shops, bookstores, small businesses, and restaurants for guests to enjoy.

    Finally, Sonoma is perfectly situated to explore more of northern California by using the town as a home base. Guests can explore redwood forests and a mid-century downtown at Guerneville. The larger city of Santa Rosa is great for a day of dining, shopping, and exploration. Sonoma is also located just one hour south by car from San Francisco, making for an exciting day trip.

  • Natural Features

  • The city of Sonoma sits within a broad natural valley. It’s bordered to the east by the Mayacamas Mountains range. These ranges combine evergreen and chaparral climates, with hardy trees and low scrub brushes. The tallest mountain in the area, Cobb Mountain, is high enough to have a snowy peak.

    To the west, the Sonoma Mountains form one edge of the valley. Sears Point--a large, hilly land formation that is home to the Sonoma Racetrack--creates the southwest border of Sonoma’s limits.

    The wildlife that can be found in Sonoma include California quail, heron, ibis, and mountain lions. Major flora include the tall, distinctive, and old redwood trees. The healthy soil in Sonoma supports its famous wine production.

    Like most of northern California, Sonoma is somewhat susceptible to earthquakes. An active fault line known as the Rodgers Fault is located near the western border of the town. However, earthquakes are usually minor because the city sits on a strong sedimentary base.

    Rivers in Sonoma include the Sonoma Creek and the Arroyo Seco Creek. At the southern edge of the town, the Napa Sonoma Marsh forms an important natural environment.

    Sonoma enjoys a relatively warm climate year-round, with hot summers and winters that see rain instead of snow.

  • Things to do

  • One of the most popular things to do in Sonoma is to explore the area’s natural beauty. Waterways such as Sonoma Creek and Dry Creek create trails that allow visitors to take in the local scenery and the awe-inspiring natural sights.

    Sonoma also has a long, fascinating history that visitors can explore in multiple ways. There are history museums and cultural centers in Sonoma, as well as preserved historical architecture that offers glimpses into the city’s past.

    The wineries in Sonoma are some of the world’s best; no trip to the area is complete without a tasting or tour (or both!) Visitors can also bring picnics to many of the stunning vineyards and enjoy fresh California wine, grapes, bread, and more beneath sunny skies.

    The Sonoma Plaza combines nature and history--along with plenty of fun activities, events, and wine tastings. The largest plaza in California, it brings together a children’s park and adults’ activities (like food and wine tours) for a Sonoma activity that checks off all the boxes. Historical sightseeing--such as tours of the historical Depot Museum--are accessible from the Plaza as well.

    Sonoma is surrounded by smaller towns that capture quintessential California life. The nearby town of Jenner, for example, has a year-round population of only about 150 people.  A Sonoma bed and breakfast is the perfect home base from which to explore and learn more about these local gems.

  • Weather

  • Sonoma enjoys the pleasant and temperate year-round weather that is common to coastal California. Sonoma rarely sees extreme temperatures or snow. Rain is more typical during the winter months, and the summers are typically warm and dry with an average high temperature in the 80s. The average temperature during the winter is in the 40s and 50s. Summer visitors should expect sunshine and almost no rain! The summer months also see daily fog that results from Sonoma’s near-coastal location.

    The sunny summer months, fog, rich soil, and winter rain combine to make Sonoma the perfect place for growing grapes. This weather is enjoyable for tourists, and it has also facilitated the growth of Sonoma’s bustling wine industry.

  • Food and Drink

  • A trip to Sonoma isn’t complete without tasting the region’s world-famous wine options! A vineyard will offer tastings and tours for an immersive, fun experience. Check out St. Francis Winery and Vineyards, Landmark Vineyards, and the Ferrari-Carano Vineyards & Winery for stunning views and gardens alongside your fine wine. Wine Country magazine recommends even more Sonoma County vineyards here. The city is also full of laid-back, secluded wine bars that make for a perfect romantic getaway.

    Italian food and all-day cafes are two other major parts of Sonoma’s restaurant scenes. El Molino Central is a casual Mexican restaurant that serves handmade tortillas, tamales, and more. Its car hop service is great for social distancing. Delicious Dish is a casual eatery that made its name as a partner for tech companies like Microsoft and Dropbox. For Sonoma flavor, make sure to check out The Girl and The Fig on Spain Street: a down-to-earth bistro that serves wine, beer, and “slushtails” alongside delicious American food. For charcuterie, visit Salumeria Ovello, and for high-end Portuguese fusion, don’t miss LaSalette on 1st Street.

Sonoma Bed and Breakfast FAQ

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  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Sonoma?

    A stay at a bed and breakfast is the perfect way to get the complete Sonoma experience. Bed and breakfasts offer friendly hosts, charming interiors, and secluded getaways that make them the perfect destinations for your trip to coastal California. Your B&B innkeeper will be able to offer highly local tips and recommendations, allowing you to get the most out of your vacation rental in Sonoma County.

    Sonoma bed and breakfasts provide classic charm with modern convenience for the ideal balance between cozy and contemporary. Victorians and boutique hotels alike offer luxurious experiences. Private, carefully decorated guestrooms will present an amazing place to return to after a day spent exploring the natural beauty of Sonoma or visiting the state-of-the art wineries and vineyards. Guests can also expect personalized touches, like gifts and home-cooked breakfast, to help make their trips unforgettable.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Sonoma Bed and Breakfast?

    Guests can expect multiple amenities at each of the B&B options in Sonoma. These include free WiFi to enable stress-free, easy communication and entertainment throughout your trip, along with free parking, luxurious linens, and private guestrooms and bathrooms. Many B&Bs also offer hot tubs and swimming pools, allowing you to swim beneath the California stars.

    Of course, B&Bs in Sonoma live up to their names by offering full breakfasts, made with fresh-cooked California ingredients such as avocados and eggs. A special Sonoma touch? Most B&Bs here offer complimentary wine during your stay, allowing you to fully experience the luxury of California’s wine country.

  • How can I get around Sonoma, CA?

    Visitors to Sonoma can rent cars, which are great for canvassing all of Sonoma County’s 1,000+ square miles and making trips to nearby towns, state parks, the coast, or San Francisco. Bike and moped rentals are also available in town. Many of Sonoma’s B&Bs are within walking distance of major attractions, such as the Sonoma Plaza. Taxis and rideshares are easily accessible, making for a quick night on the town. Finally, Sonoma County Transit buses and the energy-efficient SMART Train can carry visitors as well.

    Sonoma makes for a great stop on a California or West Coast road trip. Visitors can also access the town by plane. Nearby airports include the Charles M.Schulz-Sonoma County regional airport and the San Francisco International Airport. Shuttles, taxis, and ride-shares are accessible from these airports.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Sonoma?

    Sonoma offers a range of bed and breakfast designs and aesthetics to pick from. The Inn at Sonoma, a Four Sisters inn, includes a detached cottage with eight guestrooms. EAch room features a queen or king bed and a fireplace, and four have their own jetted tubs--combining charm with luxury. At the Gaige House, Japanese architecture inspires the surroundings. Visitors can enjoy designated meditation areas, Asian-inspired fountains, a yoga enclave and a private Zen garden.

    At Cinnamon Bear Creekside Inn, visitors sleep in luxurious guestrooms and enjoy a hot plated breakfast in the morning. The Hidden Oak Inn features a daily wine reception and a front porch draped in gorgeous lavender wisteria. Additional options--including the Wine Country Inn, Creek Inn, and Raford Inn in the Russian River Valley--allow guests to enjoy amenities and innkeepers’ advice in a beautiful coastal California setting.