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Located in the heart of wine country, we are an ideal location for your wine tastings and other wine events. Please look below to view wineries, local events and family-friendly attractions that are in close proximity to our Inn.

We encourage you to contact each business to confirm their hours of operation before visiting.

Geyserville Grille (Located Onsite) 

We serve delicious wine country cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We believe in farm-to-table with many of our fruits and vegetables grown on our property. See our menus.

Catelli’s (.8 mile) 

A longtime family-style spot serves locally sourced Italian cuisine in a charming space with a patio.

Diavola Pizeria & Salumeria (.8 mile) 

Italian eatery set in an early-1900s building serving gourmet pizza, pasta, panini & craft beer.

Geyserville Gun Club (.8 mile) 

Low-key neighborhood pub with a full bar, American bar bites & seafood dishes in classy, cozy digs.

Corner Project Ale & Eats (.8 mile) 

A family-run brewpub offering house and guest craft beer.

Rustic at Francis Ford Coppola Winery (3.7 miles)

Francis Ford Coppola Winery’s restaurant offering Italian fare, wood-grilled meats & valley views.

Valette (8.7 miles) 

Rustic-chic wine-country eatery serves Californian cuisine & wine in an upscale space.

Pedroncelli Winery (1.4 miles)

This family-owned winery has been producing exceptional wines since 1927. Their tasting room is the oldest in the Dry Creek Valley and is open from 10 am to 4:30 pm daily.

Trione Vineyards and Winery (2.8 miles)

Trione Winery sits next to a landmark 1908 stone winery. Come tour the grounds, try your hand at bocce ball, or stay for a picnic overlooking Alexander Valley. The tasting room is open Thursday through Monday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 pm.

Trentadue Winery (3.7 miles)

The Trentadue Tasting Room is open 7 days a week from 10:00 to 5:00 pm daily (closed major holidays). The Gondola Tour offers a fun, informational and entertaining ride through Trentadue Winery Estate Vineyards on which visitors learn the history behind Alexander Valley and taste fabulous wines along the way.

Francis Ford Coppola Winery (3.7 miles)

Making great wines is as much a labor of love as making great movies. Tastings are offered from 11 am to 6 pm daily. There are also swimming pools, a gourmet restaurant and a Movie Gallery displaying a rich collection of authentic Coppola movie memorabilia.

Sbragia Family Vineyards (5.2 miles)

Visit this beautiful family winery with panoramic views of Dry Creek Valley. The tasting room pours from 10:30 to 5:00 daily, and the winery is available for private events.

Robert Young Estate Winery (6.3 miles)

Run by fifth generation Alexander Valley pioneers, they are known for their estate chardonnay, merlot and cabernets. Robert Young created the clone that is used for their chardonnay. Tastings at this historic, half-century-old winery take place from 10 am to 4:30 pm every day.

Ramazzotti (0.8 miles)

Ramazzotti’s small lot artisan wines include their signature blends of Regale (Cabernet), Raffinto (Super Tuscan), Ricordo (Zinfandel); Sparkling, Rosé, Chardonnay, Sangiovese and Port. They are open from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Mercury Wine (0.8 miles)

Mercury Wines specializes in fun and interesting estate-bottled Bordeaux-style blends, small-lot Pinot Noirs and esoteric white wines. They are family owned and the winemaker Brad will likely be your tasting room host. Be sure to say hi to Freddie from us. Tasting hours are from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Ferrari Carano Vineyards (4.0 miles)

Acres of gorgeous gardens await you, Meandering paths and foot bridges, a lazy, rippling stream, fish ponds and dazzling displays of color year round. Ferrari offers many different types of red white and noirs; they have beautiful ground and can schedule private or group tastings. They are open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Delorimier Winery (3.0 miles)

With an emphasis on hands on cultivation practices the vineyards produce intense low yields it’s no surprise that at the 2009 Harvest Fair, DeLorimier took five gold medals for their new release deLorimier Cabernets. When you put these alongside their award winning signature Meritage and Chardonnay you can tastes the hard work they put in. Tasting hours are from 10:30 am – 5:00 pm.

Pech Merle Winery (2.8 miles)

With awards and medals at competitions throughout California for the Sauvignon Blanc, Rose, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Zinfandels and Cabernet Sauvignon. 5 vintages, 8 varietals, 78 medals and counting…devotion never tasted so good. Tasting hours are from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Fritz Winery (5.9 miles)

Whether you are a true wine aficionado or just taking your first steps into the world of wine Fritz Underground Winery offers an ideally unpretentious and enlightened wine tasting experience. To book your appointment for any of the following tastings and tours please call at (707)894-3389 . Open everyday from 10:30am to 5pm.

Soda Rock Winery (9.0 miles)

We invite you to visit our tasting bar and lounge, open daily from 11 to 5. Taste the delicious current release wines—which include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Merlot and four distinctive Cabernet Sauvignons, including the Gold Medal winning Five Star General. Open from 11 pm to 4 pm.

Locals Tasting Room (0.8 miles)

Try a whole new way to taste wine with over 70 wines from 11 award-winning Sonoma County wineries. In addition to carefully chosen selections and knowledgeable and friendly owners, you might find a wine maker pouring his own wines, special barrel tastings, locally made pizzas ? to pair with your tasting, great live music and fun special events. Open from 11 am to 4 pm.

Hanna Winery (10.3 miles)

Please visit our charming and friendly tasting room located minutes from Santa Rosa! Enjoy a picnic paired with an award winning HANNA wine at our beautiful vineyard setting courtyard. Famous for Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Petite Sirah, Pinot Noir, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Zinfandel – they are open 10-4 daily and serve a variety of estate grown wines.

J. Rickards Winery (2.7 miles)

Family-owned and family-farmed since 1976. Located at the northern end of the Alexander Valley in Sonoma County, the Vineyards have been planted over the past 38 years, augmenting the original 1908 Zinfandel vines. Owned and operated by Jim and Eliza Rickards, the winery started in 2005, born out of the encouragement of friends who have enjoyed the small lots of hand-crafted wine we have been making since 1991. The types of wine they produce are Blended Red Wines, Bordeaux Style Blends, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignane, Champagne, Grenache, Late Harvest Wines, Malbec, Muscat Canelli, Petite Sirah, Pinot Noir, Port, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Sparkling Wine, Sweet Whites, Zinfandel. Tasting room is open Monday – Saturday 11:00am – 4:00pm.

Dutcher Crossing Winery (3.8 miles)

Dutcher Crossing is a family-owned winery in Sonoma County’s Dry Creek Valley known for its award-winning small-lot wines, spectacular views and warm hospitality. Its scenic tasting room and trellised picnic area are perfect places to relax and sip the winery’s sauvignon blanc, zinfandels, cabernets and chardonnays. Tasting room open from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Throughout the year, Sonoma County is a celebration of man’s love of fine foods and great wine. Here are a few opportunities to join the locals at play.

  • Winter Winelands (January)
  • Barrel Tasting Weekend (January)
  • Passport to Dry Creek Valley (April)
  • Taste Alexander Valley (May)
  • Passport to Sonoma Valley (May)

Safari West (26 miles): Over 400 acres of land encompass the property and it resembles an authentic African savannah. Enjoy viewing wildlife of all kinds including lemurs, cheetahs, rhinoceros, giraffes, wild beasts and exotic birds. Guests can lodge with the animals for a more intimate experience. Safari West is one of only six private zoos in the United States and is truly a one-of-a-kind destination.

Night Sky Adventure (.3 mile): Brothers Dan and Bill Gordon offer stargazing tours just a few minutes from our property. Night Sky Adventure is available for private events including weddings, holiday parties, birthday parties, or other events. Learn more on their website and book a reservation now.

The Ranch at Lake Sonoma (7.9 mile): Explore Sonoma County’s natural beautiful on horse with a guided tour from The Ranch at Lake Sonoma. Book now on their website.

Petrified Forest (29.8 miles): Take a step into the past and gaze in wonder at trees which date back to 3.4 million years ago. Follow a docent and get an up close view of these rare trees. These trees were petrified during a volcanic eruption. In addition to the trees there is also an abundance of native trees and wildflowers such as, Douglas fir, live oak, and Madrone. Catch a wonderful view of Mt. St. Helena and the surrounding area.

Armstrong Redwoods State Park (29.3 miles): Prepare to be amazed. The ancient coast redwood is the tallest tree in the world. Some of these astonishing trees date back to over 2,000 years ago and can reach heights of 350 feet. Stroll through the magnificent trails which weave their way through the towering trees. Sit in a grove and smell the fresh coastal scent of the trees. Have a picnic and find a trail which suits your fitness level. Armstrong Redwoods State Park even hosts weddings. Whichever path one chooses there is always something magnificent right around the corner!

Lake Sonoma (8.7 miles): Lake Sonoma is a great option for recreation seekers and outdoor enthusiasts. Lake Sonoma was formed by Warm Springs Dam and completed by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. Explore all 4.219 square miles of the park and immerse yourself in the lush landscape. There are several trails for hikers, horse-back riders and mountain bikers. Camping sites also surround the lake and are open to visitors year round. The lake is a great place for fishing and hunting. Picnicking is also popular among visitors and the fantastic lawns are a great way to relax. The Visitor’s Center and Don Clausen Fish Hatchery are located at the park’s entrance and are a fantastic opportunity to learn about the local environment and lifecycle of the Coho Salmon. There are 2,700 surface acres of open water and canoes, sailboats and motorboats are encouraged.

Farm Trails (27.7 miles): Plan an adventure at Sonoma County’s farms and ranches. Meet local vintners and artisans as one navigates their way through Sonoma County’s lush agricultural landscape. Farm trails provides guides and local maps for those interested in events in Sonoma County which cater to agricultural interests. Farm Trails began as a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Sonoma County’s rich agricultural abundance. Farm Trails host several popular events which include, “The Gravenstein Apple Fair,” “Blossoms, Bees and Barnyard babies” and “Weekends along the Farm Trails.”

Indian Springs (25.3 miles): Indian Springs is 16 acres of lush grounds which is home to four thermal geysers which provide an abundant supply of mineral water. In addition to the vast supply of mineral water there is also a large deposit of volcanic ash. People come here for the restorative power of the springs which provides many health benefits. Indulge yourself in a volcanic mud bath or mineral pool just as generations of past have enjoyed! Stay in one of their unique cottages, houses or lodges and experience everything the property has to offer including bocce ball, shuffle board, croquet and giant checkers!

Old Faithful Geyser (23.6 miles): Although it may not be as large as Yellowstone’s geothermal geysers it is definitely impressive. The first visitors came to the hot springs area which surrounds Mt. Lincoln in the 1860’s from all over the world. They traveled first to San Francisco and then to the upper Napa Valley. Robert Louis Stevenson was one of the first notable guests who lived in a nearby cabin keeping a journal with him during his extended visits. Every 30 minutes guests can witness the environmental wonder of “Old Faithful Geyser.” It is worth a visit if you want to experience nature at its best.

Pacific Coast Air Museum (19 miles): The Pacific Coast Air Museum is a non-profit organization which was established in 1989. Their goal is to preserve historically significant aircrafts of the past and educate individuals of all ages about each aircraft’s importance. Learn how aircraft’s which flew in WWII and other important missions operate and have influenced society’s way of life. Feel free to climb aboard several aircrafts, take a tour, class or plan a party!

Grace Hudson Museum and Sunhouse (37.3 miles): Situated on the four acre Hudson Carpenter Park in Ukiah, CA the Grace Hudson Museum and Sun house is an art, history and anthropology museum. The museum features the stunning artwork of Grace Carpenter Hudson and her husband Dr. John W. Hudson. The museum exhibits several pieces of art from local artists, Western American artists, California Indian cultures and the North Coast region of California. In addition to the wealth of talented artwork the museum has several Native American artifacts and historic photographs as well as other pieces of historical significance. The redwood Craftsman bungalow style Sun House was completed in 1911 and represents the artistic mastery of the Hudson’s.

Real Goods Solar Living Center (22.8 miles): Established in 1978 the Real Goods Solar Living Center currently operates as a distributor of Solar Living goods. It was designed with the purpose of serving those in need of solar and energy efficient products. There vision was simple, change the world. They sold the first retail solar panel in the United States and have been a large influence in the development of solar energy. The property features many interesting activities for guests to engage in to gain a deeper understanding of how solar technology works. The Real Goods Store is the world’s largest straw bale display room. The store is the embodiment of energy efficient sustainable design. Real Goods Solar currently operates as top solar installer in North America.

UC Davis Bodega Marine Center (46.7 miles): The Bodega Bay peninsula has been a location for students and researchers since the early 20th century. The laboratory was established in 1960 by the University of California, Berkley. Their mission statement is: “Through innovative research programs and teaching initiatives, the Bodega Marine Laboratory will lead the way to the multi-disciplinary scientific understanding required to solve complex environmental problems on the marine and terrestrial sides of the tideline in northern California.” Immerse yourself into the wet labs and seawater aquariums and experience an unforgettable educational moment at the Bodega Marine Laboratory. There are several events open to the public but access to the facilities and staff is limited. Public visitation hours range from 2-4P.M. on Fridays and are limited to groups of less than 10 people. In addition to public visiting hours there is also a seminar series offered on designated Wednesday evening’s beginning at 4P.M.

Charles M. Schulz Museum (22.5 miles): If you’ve ever been a fan of the Charles Schulz Museum then this is definitely the place for you! The museum houses many of the original Peanuts strips and artwork of Charles Schulz. Gaze at the 3.5 ton wood sculpture which adorns the Great Hall and depicts the transformation of Snoopy. 3,588 Peanuts strips are comprised to form an image of Lucy van Pelt and Charlie Brown. Famous artist Christo features a piece of artwork along with individual works from Schulz’s personal museum and tributes to Schulz from various artists. There are always upcoming exhibitions depending on the time of year visitors arrive. Immerse yourself in the life of Charles M. Schulz.

Santa Rosa Children’s Museum (22.6 miles): This is one of few museums in the North Bay which is dedicated to inspiring and educating children. Guests are introduced to culture, art, science, interactive programs and exhibits. Come and be a part of this wonderful learning opportunity. The museum is open seven days a week.

Jack London State Historic Park (39.1 miles): Over 26 miles of hiking trails cover this amazing property once owned by one the most prolific writers and adventurers in American history. Enjoy the “Happy Walls Museum” dedicated to London’s life and famous writings such as, “Call of the Wild” and “White Fang.” Visit the cottage where he penned many of these writings. Also explore the remnants of the “Wolf House” which London built and was soon burned during a tragic fire. Experience the same breathtaking views London elegantly wrote about. There is something for individuals of all ages and is truly a must see while visiting Sonoma County.