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Hotels *not* in Town


Hotel inventory is prices are set by supply and demand. 

This means that in high season (late spring to early fall), prices can get steep. 

Many hotels may even require a two-night minimum (yikes!).

It is exponetially worth it to stay in town, if you can muscle the cost.

But if you can't, choose from these lovely establishments...


The Farmhouse Inn

This is hardly roughing it. Located in the heart of Russian River Valley, it's an easy Über away from downtown Healdsburg, Forestville, Graton or Guerneville. A great, central location in the middle of wine country, recently renovated.

It's also home to a Michelin-starred tasting menu restaurant.

7871 River Road, Forestville, CA

(707) 887-3300

Vintner's Inn

If you can't stay in town, stay somewhere with a lovely restaurant and bar...

John Ash restaurant, on property, is awesome. And their bar is super inviting and lively too.

4350 Barnes Road, Santa Rosa, CA

(800) 421-2584

Hyatt Vineyard Creek

This hotel is located adjacent to Highway 101, near downtown Santa Rosa.

If you're going to do some tasting all over the county, this is a nice, central location that's more affordable.

170 Railroad Street, Santa Rosa, CA

(707) 284-1234


Courtyard by Marriott Santa Rosa

This hotel is located across from the Hyatt, in historic Railroad Square, near downtown Santa Rosa.

Have tons of Marriott points? This is what they're for, right?!

175 Railroad Street, Santa Rosa, CA

(707) 573-9000

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