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Nestled in Sonoma wine country, the Farmhouse Inn is the perfect place to escape everyday life. Its quaint country setting and luxurious rooms make it a place like no other. From the moment you step foot on the property, you will feel like you have been transported to a different world. With its picturesque grounds and welcoming staff, the Farmhouse Inn will make your stay memorable.
The Farmhouse Inn is a highly-rated resort. It sits in Sonoma/Napa wine country. The hotel has 25 rooms and features two-sided gas fireplaces. There are also private patios and open-air walkways. The hotel offers spacious suites and a 3,000-square-foot spa. It also has a Michelin-starred restaurant.
You can also enjoy the best wines from Napa and Sonoma wine country. Plus, those that are most suitable to compliment the culinary experience you're trying to create. The hotel is also proud to introduce non-alcoholic and handcrafted pairings. This is the perfect experience for non-drinkers and designated drivers. These artisanal juices also have a rich quality. The juices are fueled by honey and grape vinegar.
Farmhouse Inn is in the Russian River Valley. There are many attractions, including wineries. The property is 11 miles from Healdsburg and 12 miles away from Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. This area is home to thousands-year-old coast redwoods. It is also about a half-hour drive from Sonoma County's coast. However, you will need a rental car as there is no public transportation.
This inn is a blend of new and old. It includes both historic buildings and new construction. The property's Michelin-starred restaurant is in the restored farmhouse built in 1873. There are also a few rooms. The new buildings surround green space, fountains, and a chicken coop. Charlotte, a friendly black cat, roams the property, greeting guests.
All guests receive fair treatment from the friendly staff. The Spa is next to a large jetted tub, fire pits, and a seasonally heated pool. A complimentary spa bath bar is also available in guest services. It offers a variety of products. These include sugar scrubs, soaps, and bubble baths that guests can enjoy in their rooms. Moreover, a complimentary S'mores bar is steps away with Valrhona dark cocoa and homemade treats.
The 25 guest rooms fall under one of five categories. There is Queen Standard, King Cottage Suite, or King Standard. There is also the King Luxury Suite and King Deluxe. The property's entry-level accommodation is the King and Queen Standard.
They are also part of the historic Farmhouse section. However, the majority of rooms are King Deluxe. There are also many amenities. These include a deck or patio with a gas fire pit, double vanity, and a steam shower. There are also radiant heated marble floors and vaulted ceilings. These rooms invite you to stay as long as you can.
Moreover, each room has fresh, seasonal flowers and a gas or wood-burning fireplace. Evening turn-down service is also available.
Also, some bathrooms feature heated marble-tile floors with chrome fixtures. Others have ceramic-tile flooring. They are all clean and well-maintained. The inn offers all the amenities you need for extreme self-pampering.
The Michelin-starred Farmhouse Inn Restaurant is open for dinner only from Thursday to Monday. But, it is a must-visit. The signature dish of the fine dining restaurant is rabbit. They prepare it in three ways: roasted rack, Confit of the leg, and Applewood bacon-wrapped pork loin. But, it is best to make reservations at least two weeks in advance. You will also find both local wines and international selections on the curated wine list.
The Farmhouse Breakfast Experience is two courses. It might include a five-grain porridge or chocolate hazelnut Dutch Baby. The price consists of fresh squeezed orange juice, pastries, coffee, and tea. You can also order a la carte or room service.
Farmstand offers casual dining in the courtyard, in the room, or by the pool. Baja tacos, BLTs, and soba noodles are just a few of the local menu options. But, hours vary depending on the season.
The Spa at Farmhouse is built on the principles of generosity. It features treatments that use ingredients grown locally. The Spa at Farmhouse by Francis & Alexander was created as an extension of Sonoma's farm-inspired experience. It features farm-to-table spa treatments that use herbs from the hotel's garden and other products.
Loma Alexander and Peggy Francis have consulted, managed, and designed some of the most prestigious spas in the world. These include The Spa of Auberge du Soleil and Solage in Calistoga. Their passion for detail is evident throughout the Spa.
The Farmhouse Inn's history dates back over 100 years. In 1911, the Hops Market made the Bartolomei ancestors' Sonoma dreams a reality. Five generations later, there have been many family celebrations around the kitchen table, in the vineyards, and under the olive trees. Joe and Catherine Bartolomei are siblings. They bought a rundown hotel just a few miles away from their great grandparents' ranch in the Russian River Valley. They later turned it into one of the most highly-rated hotels worldwide.
Management is thrilled to offer exclusive experiences and benefits for guests. As such, they share the Sonoma County wineries' selection. In addition, they launched the Winery Partner Program in 2010. It provides guests with a choice of wineries that offer a great products and an excellent experience. These partnerships have been hand-selected by the 5th generation Sonoma family members to enhance your tasting experience and add value to your stay. Try to visit each of these wineries at some point during your travels. However, check with the concierge team to make your tasting reservations to receive exclusive benefits.
Farmhouse Inn is a boutique hotel that embodies the refined spirit of wine country. With its award-winning restaurant, world-class service, and fine accommodations, this is a great hub to relax and unwind.
The Farmhouse Inn is nestled in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley. Among gently rolling hills and stunningly majestic vistas.
The family has been here for five generations. Creating meaningful experiences in a setting most sublime.
Enjoy the most loved adventures. Meet the brilliant local artisans, cheesemakers and, patissiers, brewers. And, of course, the winery partners.