Inn at Sonoma

Comfortable accommodation at the center of historic Sonoma, in Northern California

Situated just one block from the historic Sonoma Plaza, the largest plaza in California, the Inn at Sonoma offers stylish and comfortable Northern California accommodation that is surrounded by history.

Guests staying at the 3-star establishment will find it excellently located, offering easy access to the city itself, Sonoma County and the neighboring counties. Both San Francisco and Oakland are also readily accessible from the hotel.

The inn consists of 19 guestrooms, all of which feature a private bathroom with shower/tub combination. Guests can expect luxury towels and bathrobes, as well as comfortable beds dressed in fine linens. Many rooms also feature a gas fireplace, private patio, and living area with work desk.

Rooms also include cable television with DVD player, ironing amenities, hairdryer, and clock radio. The hotels front desk has a selection of DVDs, books, and games to choose from, whilst travel toiletries can also be picked up. Wireless internet access is also available.

A breakfast buffet is served daily, whilst afternoon tea, evening wine, and hors doeuvres are also available. Freshly baked cookies are also supplied to guests, as in a morning delivery of a daily newspaper. Water, coffee, and tea are also available throughout the day.

Guests looking to unwind can visit the rooftop hot tub, whilst business travelers can utilize a number of services, including printing and long distance faxing.

Leisure guests staying at the Inn at Sonoma will find it ideally positioned to enjoy local landmarks, attractions, and customs. The city of Sonoma itself is historically significant, with many of its features harking back to its days under Spanish rule.

Historic Sonoma Plaza should be first on any visitors sightseeing list. The plaza is bordered by a number of historical and architecturally picturesque buildings, including Sonoma City Hall, the Mission San Francisco de Solano (the northernmost Franciscan mission in California), and the Presidio of Sonoma. The entire plaza was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960.

Visitors can embark on a guided tour of the city from the city hall. This open-top trolley excursion offers the chance to see all of the citys famous sites interspersed with local and historical knowledge.

During the summer season, the Sonoma Valley Farmers Market takes place on the plaza. Visitors making their way to the market can enjoy a wide range of produce, crafts, and artwork.

This part of Northern California is also well known for its wine making. As such, visitors to the region will find a host of wineries and vineyards to visit. Regular tours stop by many of the local wine producers, whilst those willing to travel a little further are like to enjoy the Napa County wineries.

The Napa Valley Wine Train offers a unique way to enjoy local vintages. A slow train passes along a three hour route offering splendid views of the region as well as fine dining, and, of course, excellent local wines.

Guests staying at the Inn at Sonoma will also find that the likes of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Franciscos many other stunning features are easily reached from the hotel.

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