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The Sebastopol Inn, in Sonoma's Wine country, is the ideal accommodation not only for the romantic wine country getaway, but also for a family vacation. With wine touring, Russian River canoeing and kayaking, hiking, biking, and superb antiquing at your doorstep, this inn, tucked behind the historic Gravenstein train station, offers a central location to explore all that is wine country in Sonoma.
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It's not perfect and it's not luxurious but it is definitely charming and comfortable. Booked for a one night stay to attend a concert at the nearby Sebastopol Community Cultural Center. Check-in was easy and efficient. Set back from Sebastopol's main street at Gravenstein Station...More
We have stayed here a couple of times and even though they were removing this time we still plan on returning. You’re across the street from The Barlow which is the popular place to eat, drink and sometimes shop. You’re within walking distance to downtown...More
We had reserved a room in Santa Rosa which turned out to be a disaster so this was a welcome relief. Read the other reviews and wouldn’t discount them, but our stay was very pleasant. We had all the amenities promised. The beds were comfortable...More
Worst hotel experience of my life and WAY overpriced. No luxury at all. Towels and linens and beds are all uncomfortable and cheap. Rude owner. There are a million Airbnbs in the area that are beautiful and with great service. Avoid this place!
So disappointed. Wanted a cozy Inn in the wine country. First when we got to the room to unpack we saw carpets that needed cleaning and updating and a sink that I thought was dirty, but it was just all chipped. Opened the dresser draw...More