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Calderwood Inn
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

Both Violet and Julie were very gracious and helpful innkeepers. The Inn is beautifully appointed, with very attractive and spacious living and dining rooms and a comfortable front porch for enjoying the complimentary afternoon wine and cheese. We stayed in the Wilson room, on the first floor, which was very spacious and comfortable. The Inn is on a quiet residential street just a short walk from the town square. Breakfasts are very good, consisting of juice, coffee, fruit and a specially prepared hot dish which varies from day to day. Our only quibble would be that it would have been nice to have some extra choices available, such as cereal or pastries. The wine served in the afternoon was excellent, coming from the owners' (the Wilsons) own wineries. Another bonus was getting free wine tastings at any of the Wilsons' seven wineries. We also appreciated the fact that after our initial booking, Julie voluntarily offered us a reduced rate when it subsequently became available.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank David B
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Reviewed May 10, 2012

The Inn is small with about 7 rooms. The living/ dining room area is charming, rooms standard for B and B and downtown is close by within walking distance. What made the Inn remarkable for us was Julie, she was gracious and very helpful. We enjoyed our stay and would return

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed May 7, 2012

Although not our first visit to wine country, it was our first visit to Calderwood Inn--but definitely not our last. We loved it. The inn is so quaint and welcoming. Our hostesses were fabulous at making our visit special. Violet is such a lovely person, displaying genuine warmth & caring for her guests. And Miss Julie--what a splash of personality. She brings a little of Julia Child to life, both in her cooking and her persona. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We think the inn is in a great location and the beds are so comfortable!!! Highly recommend the Calderwood Inn.

Room Tip: Be sure to inquire about ceiling height if you are a tall person. Our first room had a very low ceiling. However, Violet was quick to remedy our situation by providing a different room.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank joy R
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Reviewed April 22, 2012

The best-loved historic houses of Sonoma and Napa counties are full of details that many travelers crave: shining floors of clear softwood, wallpaper in countless intricate patterns, glass doorknobs, wide porches.

Calderwood Inn has all these things. It sports door-tassels on every room's doorknob, brass clips for messages beside each bedroom door. It's not overthought or, thank goodness, too Restoration Hardware. Every room downstairs has its own ceiling pattern, so if you're a historian of the influences on Craftsman and Art Deco domestic design, you'll probably strain your neck.

If you are in Healdsburg for food and wine, as most visitors are, you'll find Calderwood Inn a convenient 7 minutes' walk to the center of Healdsburg, almost entirely along a creekside path rather than streetside. The vineyards of Dry Creek, Russian River, and Alexander Valleys are short drives away (Seghesio's winery is just around the corner).

Host Julie's breakfasts rated up with our best meals in town: one morning a cheesy spinach frittata with thick bacon beside it; this morning some light sour-cream pancakes with sweet sausages. Don't fret: when you make your reservation, you can tell her your food predilections or restrictions, and you'll get appropriate morning foodstuffs.

Our room was light and airy, with two dormer windows, a comfortable bed, period desk and dresser, spacious closet, and an immaculate, functional en-suite bathroom (shower).

The porch is wide and sports a swing, there is ample sitting-space under the trees by the fountain, and the street is quiet at night. Parking proved spacious and shaded, even with the Inn about full.

Zippy Wi-Fi throughout - even from the garden.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 16, 2012

This was our first stay at the Calderwood and we'll definitely be going back. The service was excellent, the hosts friendly and welcoming, and it felt like home. Breakfasts were great, and Julie and Violet were wonderful. The room was cozy and comfortable, just what we were looking for. The location was great, a short walk to the "action" of Healdsburg--lots of little shops, fine dining, and wine tasting. Definitely a great option for Sonoma wine tasting!

Room Tip: Each room is different. We stayed in the Mazzocco room which had a smallish bedroom area (due to slanting roofline) but spacious bathroom with a whirlpool tub. I'd choose this room again.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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