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25 W Grant St, Healdsburg, CA 95448-4804
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#7 of 15 B&Bs / Inns in Healdsburg
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Known on the California and Sonoma County Landmarks Registry as the John Miller House, this historic Queen Anne Victorian was built in 1902. Miller was a prominent fruit grower, packer and dehydrator in the early 1900s. He was also one of the first to make a commercial business of marketing dehydrated fruit. Among Miller's claims to fame is that he was the first provider to the U.S. Military of dehydrated foods. Known as K-rations during WW I and MREs today, Miller was cited by the military for "feeding the troops during WW I". (1) Miller and his wife were, like many prominent citizens of the community, anxious to furnish their home lavishly. The home is reputed to be the first in Healdsburg with two bathrooms, with indoor plumbing upstairs and downstairs.The noted horticulturist, Luther Burbank, was a good friend and assisted in the design and development of the original landscape at the front of the home, some of which remains today. The large cedar, cypress, and redwood heritage trees were planted by Burbank over 100 years ago. The lush grounds have been accented with rose bushes and numerous flowering shrubs. The same archaeological report from Sonoma State University indicates that some of the first plantings of some of Burbank's new species were planted on the Miller property. Sadly, the location and botanical name of the plants were never recorded. It is unknown if they remain on the property today.The home remained in the Miller family until the late 1930s and was a private residence until the early 1980s when it became a Bed and Breakfast. The inn has undergone extensive restoration over the years. Beautiful hand-silk screened period wall and ceiling papers accent the spacious common areas and some guest rooms. The papers are produced by Bradbury & Bradbury of Benicia, CA and are based on designs of William Morris, a prominent textile designer of the mid- to late 1800s.The formal, yet welcoming rooms include a spacious parlor with fireplace-the perfect place to enjoy the morning paper or a board game on a quiet afternoon. The spacious dining room that seats up to 14 showcases original wainscoting and built-in china cabinet and bench. The large antique table is where guests dine on Calderwood's signature gourmet breakfasts. The covered front porch with its antique wicker furniture and lacquered floor beckons you to enjoy the lush grounds, review the activities of your day or curl up with a good book. The porch is often used by local wineries who frequently co-host our complimentary evening wine hour. All nine guest rooms have private baths. Each room is decorated differently to incorporate an extensive collection of beautiful, yet comfortable period
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Katrina007007 wrote a review Nov 2020
San Diego, California8 contributions2 helpful votes
We were not able to stay with my parents as usual due to Covid, and the Calderwood Inn provided a great location, great service, glorious breakfast, comfortable bed, and safe covid practices. We recommend this lovely B&B and would definitely stay again.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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susansnyder2017 wrote a review Oct 2020
Richmond, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
This is our second stay at Calderwood Inn and it did not disappoint. Love the Greenwood Ridge room with its separate entrance. Breakfast is now brought to your room because of Covid-19 and it was delicious. Will definitely be back!
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Response from Tim Polk, Guest Services / Front Office at Calderwood Inn
Responded 3 weeks ago
Thank you, Susan, for the positive comments! We get MANY repeat guests which we love. Hope to see you both again soon. Jude Innkeeper
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Russ J wrote a review Oct 2020
Fallon, Nevada1 contribution
We loved the Calderwood Inn and the only reason it gets 4 of 5 "bubbles" is due to the COVID restrictions on using the common areas. The Pezzi King room is well appointed with a super comfy king bed and roomy tub and separate shower. The sitting area just outside the room is great for eating breakfast, but so are the rest of the garden areas. It's within easy walking distance to Seghesio and to the Healdsburg Square for dinner. The downside to the room is that it is under the kitchen and office area, so at 7:15 you start to hear the preps for breakfast. We could have stayed in a king room up on the 3rd floor for more quiet and eaten in the garden. I wish we could have enjoyed the welcome wine reception and had breakfast with other guests to get the full B&B experience. Next time! We did have a great bottle of Matrix pinot waiting for us in the room.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Room Tip: Third floor rooms are quieter, but could be warmer in the summer. Ground floor rooms have their...
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Response from Tim Polk, Guest Services / Front Office at Calderwood Inn
Responded Oct 22, 2020
Hi Russ! Thanks for the many positive comments. We do feel that we have great rooms, a great location, and, of course, great staff! Yes, we have had to limit a few things due to COVID restrictions. Fingers crossed we can all get "back to normal" soon! Cheers Jude, Innkeeper
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Brian E wrote a review Oct 2020
Santa Rosa, California268 contributions185 helpful votes
The one best word to describe the Calderwood Inn is "sanctuary." Located on a quiet side-street, this 1902 Victorian home features quaint rooms, a free breakfast served right outside your door at 9:00, and beautiful sitting areas inside, on the huge front porch, and in the quiet side yard. It is but a one minute drive to the Healdsburg Plaza, which is filled with places to eat and shop. The bed was very comfortable. The room itself was well designed, so that it felt both modern and traditional, as it kept the beautiful Victorian lines. It does require the use of stairs, if that is a limitation for you.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Response from Tim Polk, Guest Services / Front Office at Calderwood Inn
Responded Oct 6, 2020
Oh, Brian, we're all thrilled that you found your "sanctuary" in Healdsburg! We do feel we offer an amazing property with an ideal location. Please come see us again sometime. Cheers, Jude, Innkeeper
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Elizabeth W wrote a review Aug 2020
San Francisco, California17 contributions4 helpful votes
Charming B&B in a magnificent mansion that combines distinctive historical details with up to date, comfortable rooms. Bathroom in the Pezzi King room was on par with a luxury hotel! Neighborhood is quiet and pretty, and the outdoor courtyard and front porch are great places for fresh air. Easy walking distance to Healdsburg shops and restaurants. Great breakfast. Also felt very safe during COVID (contactless check-in, social distancing across property, sparkling clean rooms). Would stay again!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Responded Oct 6, 2020
Hello Elizabeth! Thank you for your many positive words and comments. Our entire staff is so happy that you enjoyed your stay as you did. Please be safe, and we hope to see you again soon. Best, Jude Innkeeper
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$199 - $445 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesCaliforniaSonoma CountyHealdsburg
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Calderwood Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Calderwood Inn?
Nearby attractions include Healdsburg Plaza (0.4 miles), The Shed (0.3 miles), and Big John's Market (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Calderwood Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Calderwood Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Calderwood Inn?
Yes, free parking, secured parking, and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Calderwood Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Guiso Latin Fusion, Valette, and Baci Cafe & Wine Bar.
Is Calderwood Inn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the center of Healdsburg.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Calderwood Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Calderwood Inn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Hudson Street Wineries (0.9 miles).