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Glen Ellen (Sonoma County), CaliforniaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At The Chauvet
In the heart of Sonoma Valley, this renovated Italianate-style property—a National Historic Landmark—combines full-service apartment suites with all the amenities of a fine hotel (a quiet pool, private balconies), plus easy access to California's top restaurants and wineries.
Originally built in 1906 as one of Sonoma's finest hotels, the structure fell into disrepair before being resurrected in 2005. Now, it's home to six 2,000 square foot suites, each featuring three bedrooms, two baths, and a gourmet kitchens (stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, gas range, and an all-important Sonoma staple, the personal wine cooler). Plus, each suite opens onto a spacious balcony with views of the surrounding hillside wineries and the pool and courtyard below. But many guests spend their days outside the property: a mile stroll from The Chauvet is Jack London State Historic Park and the ruins of London's Wolf House; Quarryhill Botanic Garden, with one of the largest collections of temperate Asian plants in North America, is down the road; and then, of course, there are the nearby wineries, known for bottling Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Be sure to take advantage of the Sonoma Valley B&B Association passport, presented to guests on arrival, for free tastings at nearly 30 of the area's best wineries.
Tour the property itself: the hotel has numerous original works by local artists on display (and for sale).
Arrive at San Francsico International Airport (SFO), which is approximately 65 miles (1.5 - 2 hours) from the hotel.13756 Arnold Drive, Glen Ellen, California, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Heated Outdoor Pool
- Art Collection
- Private Balconies
- Full Kitchens
- Whirlpool Tubs
- Rain Showers
- Luxury Linens
- Walk-In Closets
- Gas Fireplaces
- Wireless Internet
- Air Conditioning
- Covered Parking
3-night minimum stay required
- 6-person occupancy
- Sonoma Valley B&B Association passport for each guest (up to 6)
- Reserve tastings for up to six people at three local wineries
- 50% savings on reserve tastings at select local wineries
The Chauvet will collect a 9% tax plus a $500 fully refundable security deposit at time of check-in. The tax and deposit are payable directly to The Chauvet and are not included in the Total Paid to Vacationist.
Why We Love Glen Ellen (Sonoma County)
The former residence of both Jack London and Hunter S. Thompson, sleepy Glen Ellen has a literary history as well as winery one. It's also an ideal jumping off point for exploring some of Northern California's nature reserves, including the Fairfield Osborn Preserve.
Winery Tour: Benziger Family Winery. Next to Jack London Park, this winery is known for its biodynamic and sustainable farming methods. Frequent daily tours include tram rides, wine tutorials in the winery's barrel cave, and tastings that include sips of Estate Pinot Noirs. Tours from $15. 1883 London Ranch Road. 888/490-2739. Read More
Wine + Dine: Fig Café and Bar. For French bistro cuisine with a casual Northern California sensibility, check out this place, the second restaurant from Sondra Bernstein, owner of the Girl and the Fig in nearby Sonoma and author of the popular cookbook of the same name. Try the steamed mussels with garlic, leeks, and tarragon, or the grilled pork chop with braised cabbage and apples. Dinner for two $75. 13690 Arnold Drive. 707/938.2130. Read More
Why Go Now
Sonoma Valley Certified Farmers Market
December through February
Sonoma Valley Olive Season
Celebrate the season of the olive with wine, food, art, and special events at various locations throughout Sonoma Valley.
March 16-17, 2013
22nd Annual Savor Sonoma Valley
Join over 20 wineries as they showcase 2011 vintage wines straight from the barrels, sample new releases, and offer award-winning wines paired perfectly with culinary creations prepared by local chefs and restaurants.