We are located in the beautiful Sonoma Valley, in an area rich with history, where you can visit the Jack London home and ranch, the Charles Schultz Museum, Luther Burbank’s home and gardens where many heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables were hybridized, and the historic town of Sonoma.
Four miles from downtown Santa Rosa, we stand on the fringe of several great State and Regional Parks where wildlife abounds and the possibilities for hiking and biking are endless.
Fifteen miles from Healdsburg and the wineries of Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys, and the same distance over the Mayacamas Mouuntains to Calistoga, St Helena and Yountville in the Napa Valley. Our situation permits the visitor to stay in one location for an extended stay and visit everything that is offered by the North Bay Wine Country.
Sonoma was the original site of the founding of the Bear Flag Republic of California in 1846. The briefly independent (10 days young!) state was soon persuaded to join the Union to secure the recently discovered silver supplies for the Union Treasury which would later prove invaluable in the looming Confederacy revolt.