Unless you want to be right in the middle of the vineyards for your stay in the Sonoma valley (which is perfectly reasonable, in which case Glen Ellen is idyllic), I don't see what anyone could want that's not to be found at the Hidden Oak. My wife and I wanted to stay in town, since the wineries close by 6pm and we wanted to have a place to go with a nice city atmosphere, great restaurants and bars to spend a late evening, all within walking distance of where we stayed. This hotel is a block and a half from the Plaza, just far enough to be totally quiet at night yet literally one minute from the heart of town by foot. There are only 3 rooms, and people seem to keep their own hours so we didn't see the other guests too often. Our room was huge and extremely comfortable. Breakfast was perfect to get something in the stomach before early morning drinking!
Overall, a gem,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A touch of old Sonoma ... Experience the warmth of this California Craftsman home in the delightful town of Sonoma. The casual elegance of this 3 room historic bed and breakfast reflects a time of serenity and beauty. The innkeepers have tried to preserve the past and added many antiques and collectibles throughout the Inn. The spacious rooms provide a restful interlude for two after a day of wine tasting or exploring the town. Amenities include: breakfast, wine and cheese tasting, wine tasing pass for complimentary wine tasting to local wineries, passes to local health club, pool and bicycles. Located just one block from Sonoma Plaza shops and restaurants. ... more less
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