When we checked in, we were hoping to get the Wilson room and we did. The room did not dissapint. The ceiling wallpaper left us to ponder just how they got all the angles to line up and how amazing it all looked. The bed was very comfortable and the little patio was very nice for early morning and late evening chats. We did notice a musty smell coming from the closet area, so we left the door open and that helped. Closing it and the smell returned. Some of the other rooms had fridges in them and this would be a nice add to this room. As others have noted, the staff is wonderful and the breakfast yummy. Next trip we’ll stay here again, but try a different room.
The inn is completely charming. Our friends had a gabled room that was decorated in the house’s style with amazing wallpaper etc. We had one of the modern rooms fitted under the front porch. It was spacious, comfy and opened onto a shady patio with a view of the gardens. The included breakfasts were delicious and beautifully presented. An A+ for the coffee. We also had a coffee maker in our room too with the same brand coffee! It’ll location couldn’t be better. A very short walk to town and tons of restaurants to choose from. The rooms were cleaned every day — something that rarely happens today. Great place!
We loved everything about our stay at Calderwood Inn. The location was ideal to be able to walk to everything in Healdsburg. The staff was great and the gourmet breakfasts were delicious! As a guest, having access to complimentary tastings at the Wilson wineries properties was huge perk. I wish we would have planned ahead and made reservations at more of the Wilson properties but we were able to take advantage of several. All around a wonderful stay.
This beautiful Victorian has amazing grounds and a lovely room. The host was extremely helpful and daily breakfast excellent. Wine and chocolate chip cookies every afternoon Just a few blocks walking to downtown restaurants and wine tasting. All in all it was delightful.
Pros: Large, very comfy bed. Was either a king or Cali King. Large bathroom. Heated tiles. Awesome shower with 2 shower heads. His and hers sinks. Beautiful grounds. *VERY* clean room, we stayed in the Pezzi King. Breakfast was 4 stars, homemade cookies were 5 stars. French press coffee was 5 stars. Muffins with breakfast were 5 stars. The smell of old novels in the living room, 5 stars. Very convenient parking area. Bocce Ball court needed a little TLC but cool none the less. Pet friendly!! Cons: The Pezzi king was under the kitchen. Someone was causing a ruckus night one (guests we think) so very noisy until 10:30ish pm. Then kitchen crew starts prepping at 6 am. So we were early to rise both mornings. No 5 pm happy hour like some B&Bs we’ve stayed at. There was complimentary wine our arrival day. Also our room was neighbors with another room and we could hear their conversation into the wee hours of the morning :)…
We stayed in the St. Anne suite at ground level with its own outdoor seating area. It was wonderful. Within an easy of walk of central Healdsburg and barely a block to Seghesio winery, it was so nice to have such easy access to this historic and beautiful community. Breakfasts were delicious and sharing adventures with other guests only added to this Sonoma County adventure. Our hostess Meghan and her staff were charming and helpful. Oh, and the grounds, in part designed by Luther Burbank!
Wenhad the QueenAnne Suite, with a private entrance. A beautiful home, great staff and wonderful breakfast. We really enjoyed our stay and the complimentary tasting at Wilson Family winery. The location is just a short walk from the square and all it has to offer. Our room had a beautiful bath suite with a large soaking tub, walk-in shower and incredible tile and marble work. The only thing we found lacking in our suite was a table and chairs, as the sofa bed in the front room was not all that comfortable to eat on, which I suppose had we awaken in time to go upstairs to dine would not have been an issue. All said, we look forward to returning for a longer stay.
We loved our stay at Calderwood Inn. What a beautiful home, decorated as it once might have been. The reproduction “ceiling paper” is extraordinary, and public areas and large front porch are very comfortable. We stayed in Mosaic, one of the spacious newer rooms on the ground floor, because we love a separate shower rather than tub or tub/shower combo. It opens right on the extraordinary, redwood-lined garden that was partially designed by Luther Burbank. With the azaleas in bloom, it was gorgeous. The inn is just a two block walk to the heart of Healdsburg for shopping and dining. Innkeepers Megan and Jude were gracious and accommodating, and the breakfasts delicious. We were told that in December there is a sort of “holiday inn crawl” to a number of inns decorated for the holidays…sounds like an excuse for a return visit!…
A very cute, old, large house about a 10 minute walk north of downtown central Healdsburg. The rooms and halls are quite spacious for such an old house and while some of the things in the room were a bit run down, that's definitely to be expected in these kinds of places. The breakfasts were a bit disappointing (not much food, and not very flavorful), but overall we had a nice experience there.
We stayed 2 nights in Matrix room. The bed was comfy, and the room was a good size. The bathroom compact but with a super shower. However we used the abundance of cushions from the bed to block out the landing light from shining under the 3" gap under the door. ( maybe required for airflow in the summer?). Also the sign in the bathroom asks you to take max 3 minute showers and reuse your towels but there is nowhere to hang the towels to dry. ( we improvised with hangers from the wardrobe!). We used self checkin so never met the innkeeper or anyone for that matter which makes for a very strange stay, like a ghost hotel. But i think people blame Covid for that. Maybe a phone call during our stay from the innkeeper would be a good plan?Breakfast was served in insulated bags to our room so we took it outside to eat, it was ok but lacks the excitement of a good wine country breakfast of pre pandemic days but way better than the cafe vouchers some places offer. Be careful of booking a "FREE" wine tasting as ours cost us $ as we unwittingly booked one from the website that wasn't free. We still don't know how you tell whats free and what isn't. It was however very enjoyable as wine usually is!…