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  • Cream-colored calm of King Deluxe Barn Room with flat-panel television over the gas fireplace.
  • Dip into a pristine pool surrounded by stunning California countryside.
  • Glasses of wine, cozy fireplaces and seats for two perfect exquisite evening (<i>hopeless romantics welcome</i>).
  • Four-poster beds + standing mirrors in the chic bedrooms of this converted barn.
  • Slate gray + pristine white European linens dress plush beds.
  • The Farmhouse Inn—a converted barn—lights up the Northern California evening.
  • Sprawling vineyards fill the horizon (and, eventually, your wine glass) in Forestville.
  • Coffee accents dress milk-white furnishing in serene guestrooms.
  • Rustic elegance of intimate interiors of a Barn Suite.
  • Barn house-chic décor (<i>and</i> Michelin-starred cuisine) at <i>Farmhouse Restaurant</i>.
  • Perfect presentation of succulent meats served with seasonal vegetables at <i>Farmhouse Restaurant</i>.
  • Indulge your sweet tooth with decadent deserts incorporating seasonal berries at <i>Farmhouse Restaurant</i>.
  • Stay cozy in a King Deluxe Barn Room with two-sided fireplace.
  • Radiant glow warms a quaint Queen Cottage.
 
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The Farmhouse Inn

Forestville (Sonoma County), California

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Why Stay At The Farmhouse Inn

If roasting smores over the fire, munching on farm-fresh breakfasts, and slumbering in a converted barn is your idea of heaven, but you'd prefer not to skimp on the Italian Carrera marble bathroom, Jacuzzi bathtub, or feather bed with European linens, then this upscale country retreat is made for you.

The Scoop

Northern California's Sonoma County is quickly giving better-branded neighbor Napa a run for its money, even if Sonoma's lodgings lag slightly behind in luxury. Sonoma's Farmhouse Inn is poised to change all that. The place is family-run, friendly, and down-home, but spares no expense in treating guests like visiting royalty. Sure, the two rooms in the converted barn may not sound like much, but throw in modern stone fireplaces, hand-woven fabrics, elegant furniture, four-poster beds, private decks, and Jacuzzi tubs, and you'll feel like you're at a truly unique five-star hotel. The valley-nestled inn has only 18 rooms (including eight early 1900s cottages with wet and dry saunas), and also features a lavish world-class spa with treatments utilizing organic ingredients grown on property. Wine tasting classes with Sonoma County's only Master Sommelier, a heated outdoor pool, and a hearty fresh farm breakfast create the perfect marriage of Green Acres with Gucci, together at last.

Insider Tips

Book early for the fall wine harvest season, although rooms in Sonoma are usually easier to reserve than more popular neighbor Napa.

Six concierges are on hand for the eighteen guestrooms, meaning personalized, in-depth service for planning day trips to the region's nature wonders, as well as VIP benefits at local wineries.

Awards and Recognitions

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#1 of the Top 10 Farm Stays
- Sunset Magazine

Top 10 Chic Hotels
- Elle Magazine

Top 10 Culinary Hotels
- Bon Appetite Magazine

Michelin Star Rating, Farmhouse Restaurant
- Michelin Guide

Preferred Airport

Arrive at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), which is approximately 90 miles from the inn. Anticipate about 2-2.5 hours of travel time depending on traffic.

7871 River Road, Forestville, California, United States

Hotel Features

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Property Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Gardens
In-Room Amenities
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Private Fireplaces
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Flat-Panel Televisions
  • iPod Docks
  • DVD Players
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Direct Dial Telephones
Dining & Nightlife
  • Restaurant
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Why We Love Forestville (Sonoma County)

With an official motto of "Forestville, The Good Life," what's not to love?

Don't Miss

Top Attraction: For a quick trip to the redwoods that avoids the crowds, head to nearby Armstrong Woods State Nature Reserve for a leisurely hike under the first-growth redwood trees. And don't miss the amazing waterfall. 707/869-2015. $8 per vehicle, day-use fee. Read More

Top Restaurant: In an area known for its great dining options, you may actually want to stay close to the Inn. Very close. The Farmhouse's own restaurant, as helmed by longtime chef Steve Litke, was awarded a Michelin star for its locally-sourced dishes such as grilled wild Columbia River salmon and Niman Ranch short ribs. 707/887-3300. $120 for dinner for two.

Where to Drink: Visit MacLeod Family Winery, where you'll picked grapes and compare the taste of the sweet juice before joining the vinters at at a picnic lunch in the shade of a huge old oak tree in the middle of the hilly vineyard. 740 Lawndale Rd., Kenwood. 1-707-833-4312
MacLeod Family Vineyard

. By appointment only.

Shopping: Taste a little bit of Hungary and the Balkans at the Red Paprika store in Healdsburg, chock full of little-known local and Eastern European wines, imported chocolates, embroideries, homemade jams, and of course, Hungarian Paprika from the Szeged and Kalocsa regions. 707/433-6087. Read More
Vineyards sprawl across California wine country.

Vineyards sprawl across California wine country.

Why Go Now

November through December
Wine Country Fall Foliage
Grape vine leaves are changing color—a riotous display of red, orange, and rust.

December 12-24, 2011
12 Days of Christmas
Twelve days of Christmas at Farmhouse Inn, gifts and goodies to celebrate the season.

January 14-15, 2012
20th Annual Winter Wineland
A great opportunity to meet winemakers, taste limited production wines, new releases or library wines. Some wineries will offer food pairings and others will have tours.
Russian River Wine Road

March 2-4 + 9-11, 2012
34th Annual Barrel Tasting
This is your chance to sample wines from the barrel, talk to winemakers and explore the area.
Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys.

The Farmhouse Inn

Forestville (Sonoma County), California

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