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Anderson Valley Inn
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Reviewed August 28, 2005

We drove through this hamlet on a weekend trip. The Anderson Valley Inn is right across from Scharffenberger Estates (the old Pacific Echo Cellars) and after a glass of sparking wine "Extra Brut" we walked across the intersection and checked into the last room available. We were greeted by Robert, the innkeeper, a jolly fellow who moved out here from San Francisco. We were surprised at the cleanliness and the comfort of the room and an all-new bathroom. Sufficient towels and soap, bottled water and reading material were waiting for us, as was a radio and alarm clock. The bed was comfortable and the next morning we were greeted by an unexpected breakfast which I understand he puts out on weekends in the front gardens. All the items originated in the Anderson Valley: tiny mini-croissants, three different kinds of toast, butter, three preserves (blood orange, raspberry and apricot) with coffee, tea and organic apple juice. Sitting under the shade of a big pine tree we listened to his stories. What a comfortable place, and an economic one, too. And I heard Robert saying "Thank you for staying with us" when his guests were leaving which is more than one can say for many hotels and inns. On the Website they have plenty of things to do arond Philo (we had the most pleasant walk to the Navarro River) but you could also just sit there at night watching kazillions of stars, or hang out at the inn's garden and read a good book.

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