You feel like your on a private island. Beautiful gardens, private rooms in an old charm feel. Excellent grounds with extremely well maintained plantings. Continental breakfast included which was more than what you would expect. Excellent staff with turn down service.
Will most defiantly go back, highly recommended. Wine trolley tour picked us up right ay the front drive area.
Traveller from Northern Illinois
Located in the heart of California’s wine country, this hotel is 1 mile from Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery and 15 miles from …More
So pampered to have poolside service bringing us spiced margaritas. Live jazz started at 4 and evening wine tasting were a plus. We rented bikes for a 10 mile loop around Sonoma. Great anniversary celebration for my husband and I.
"Nice hotel, though not a huge amount of amenities."
We quite enjoyed staying at this hotel; I'd say it is really in essence a very nice 3+ star facility, though. That's not a criticism, just clarification of what you are getting. Nice room, nice lobby, buffet breakfast (one hot option a day); a couple loaner bikes in the garage, public hot tub (though it was too hot while we were there to want to use it!). But no room service, no fridge in the room, tiny TV, no pool, etc. (The only one of those that they really should change is the lack of a minibar, though they did store some cheese we bought in their fridge for us...)
Traveller from Washington, DC
Conveniently located just 2 blocks from the historic Sonoma plaza, The Inn at Sonoma's casual California decor extends to the …More
We stayed at the hotel with friends. Our room was on the ground floor and although nice and cozy it was noisy. Morning street traffic and breakfast setup was loud enough to wake us, also the wind caused a structure at the restaurant next door to pound on the wall. Our friends on the third floor had a geat stay with no noise. We will definetly return for a stay on the second or third floor.
We (my girlfriend and I) enjoyed our stay. The location put us within easy distance of the surrounding wineries. The accommodations were simple, but deliberate and conducive to relaxation. The private patio with fountain was a cool touch. The staff was accommodating and proved useful by providing us with a complimentary corkscrew. Breakfast at the adjoining cafe was a enjoyable. The room and bedding was nice and clean, the towels were soft, and the shower had good water pressure.
Traveller from Chicago
Less than 3 miles from Sonoma Plaza, this smoke-free motor hotel is 3 to 7 miles from Napa Valley wineries.All Sonoma Creek …More
On the whole, this is an enchanting place, with lots of character. The bathroom is to be shared with (an)other tenant(s) and has no shower (one can take a bath and rinse oneself with a hose), but otherwise everything is sparkling clean and uniquely tasteful. The house is at a driving distance to downtown Sonoma, so the place is very quiet. The lady of the house provides continental breakfasts, with wonderful freshly-baked pastries and fabulous conversation if there is an interest as she is an artist and a world traveler.
In California's wine country, Sonoma revives the senses with spas, wine tasting, top-rated restaurants, and scenic countryside. Vineyards on rolling hills literally sparkle with silver streamers designed to deter birds. Historic sites from the 1800s include Lachryma Montis, the 20-acre estate of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, and the Sonoma Mission, on downtown's charming eight-acre plaza.