Policies2018-07-10T15:33:00+00:00

Policies for our Sonoma County Wine Country Inn

As a small independently owned and operated bed and breakfast, these policies are very important to making everything run smoothly for you, our guests, and for us as inn owners.

We are a smoke-free, pet-free inn. Serivce animals are allowed. However, service animals must be under the control of the owner at all times while on the property, and may not be left unattended in the guest room.  If the animal causes damage to the inn or the room, the owner will be charged for the damages.

Two- or three-night minimum applies on most weekends. Subject to change and based on availability.

Check In Time: 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. Check Out Time: 11:00 a.m.
If these times are not convenient, please give us a call to make special arrangements in advance. We can be reached us at (707) 433-5228.

We do accept bedandbreakfast.com gift certificates, however, we will accept only one certificate per reservation.

Breakfast
Breakfast is served at 9:00 a.m. Enjoy a creative three-course breakfast made from scratch each morning. Light refreshments are available every afternoon and we host a wine hour in the parlor or outside on our lovely patio every evening from 6:00 – 7:00 pm.

Deposits
To secure your reservation, payment of the first night is required at the time booking is made, or within five days if a check is to be mailed.

Cancellations
If you need to cancel or change your stay, please call us at least 14 days prior to your arrival date. This provides us with enough time to hopefully re-sell your room. There is a $20 cancellation fee. If you need to cancel or change within the 14 day period, you are responsible for the entire stay. However, we will make every attempt to re-rent your room.

We accept VISA, MasterCard, and Discover Card, American Express

HEALDSBURG CALIFORNIA

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!