Press & Reviews2018-09-28T11:11:45+00:00

Press & Reviews for our Healdsburg Bed & Breakfast

Look who’s talking about us!

Kstati Newspaper, September 2018

Heather Bien Blog, August 2018

Style Blueprint, January, 2018 

The Healdsburg Tribune, December 2017

Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer, November 2017

Upscale Magazine, October 2017

Essence, April 2017

Wandering Educators, April 2017

Austin Food Magazine, January 2017

Just Luxe, September 2016

Western Art & Architecture, Feb/Mar 2016

405 Magazine, November 2015

Bay Area Reporter, January, 2015

I Found the Place, June 2014

Free Range Travel

Travel Savvy West, April 2014

Barclay Travel Card, January 2014, January 2014

L.A. Dine-N-Club, November 2013

Google sums us up!

“Set in a 1912 Queen Anne house and a Victorian-style cottage, this high-end B&B is 5 blocks from Downtown’s refined restaurants and shops, and 10 miles from Sonoma County Airport.

“Cozy, individually decorated rooms feature antiques and hardwood floors, plus free Wi-Fi, and private or en suite bathrooms. Some add fireplaces, minifridges, and/or claw-foot or whirlpool tubs. Cottage rooms offer private entrances and a shared deck; a 1-bedroom suite has a kitchen, satellite TV, a patio and a hot tub.

“Full breakfast is served in a formal dining room. Parking, snacks and wine tastings are complimentary. There’s also a wraparound porch and a garden.”

– January 2018

Trip Advisor sings our praise!

“Haydon Street Inn is a Gem: We loved our stay at the Haydon Street Inn. John and Keren couldn’t have been nicer, or more helpful. And their dog, Bailey, was absolutely adorable! Our room, the Victorian, was spacious, private and comfortable. The water pressure in the shower was amazing and much appreciated after long days of sightseeing and wine tasting. The real show stopped at this inn is the 3-course breakfast. Every bite was delicious. The location is fantastic, just a few blocks to the center of town. We will definitely stay here again. Thank you John and Keren for making our stay so enjoyable!”

– July 2017

And from

“A perfect Fall weekend in California wine country. My husband and I spent a terrific weekend with our grown son and girlfriend at this lovely inn. The rooms were attractive and the beds were extremely comfortable. Our inn keepers were knowledgeable, friendly and the breakfast was top notch.We enjoyed dinner at the Barndiva and a self guided bike tour outfitted by Wine Country Bikes in Healdsburg. We visited several wineries along Dry Creek with a yummy lunch along the way at the surprisingly gourmet dry Creek General Store.”


Ahh, Healdsburg …where to start.

Just 65 hours north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, the town of Healdsburg has become a crown jewel of California’s Wine Country. Small, friendly and sophisticated, it has a unique mix of European flair and small-town Americana.

Visitors are awed by giant redwoods downtown and the lazy Russian River embracing historic neighborhoods. Downtown shops, galleries, outdoor eateries and the Plaza – which is the town’s heart – make for great people-watching and unexpected discoveries.

The fabulous wineries of the Dry Creek, Alexander, and Russian River Valleys – California’s prime grape-growing regions – are only a few minutes away by car or bicycle. A favorite daytrip is tasting wines and enjoying a picnic overlooking the beautiful, serene vineyards surrounding Healdsburg. It’s no wonder Sonoma County is called the Tuscany of California!

The Healdsburg area is also well known for world-class restaurants, great bicycling and hot-air ballooning, plus swimming, kayaking, canoeing and fishing at the Russian River and Lake Sonoma.

In the mood for a drive? Leisurely jaunts through breath-taking scenery will bring you to ocean beaches, old-growth redwood forests, farmers markets seemingly everywhere, Mendocino County and the Napa Valley.

Come check it out for yourself!