We spent two enjoyable nights in this rustic (Indian Room) B&B, feeling transported to a simpler, less complicated time. Joe made us feel at home, and the very nearby (short walk, much through a lovely park) town center of Sonoma completed the sense that we had entered a time warp and emerged in the 1960s -- but with better restaurants and finer wines. Breakfasts thankfully included a delicious croissant, which I preferred to have rather than the sweeter pastries offered. Breakfast fresh fruit was also quite good, as were each day's hard-boiled eggs. We would gladly return for the total experience of this place and this area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Swiss-style farmhouse and country cottages in Sonoma Valley's Wine Country. Three cottages and four rooms with fireplace or wood stove, decorated with antiques, quilts and collectibles. Situated on three acres just blocks from Sonoma's Historic Square. Continental breakfast served on the deck overlooking a 200 acre ranch or in the privacy of your own cottage. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sonoma Chalet Hotel Sonoma