Top Lodging

The Wine Country offers a variety of lodging options ranging from crisp and clean motel accommodations, to luxury bed and breakfast inns, to world-class hotels and resorts–with just about everything you can imagine in between. Whether you are spending a night, a weekend, a week, or longer, there’s an option to fit every need, taste, and budget.

Researching and sorting through the options can be a time consuming and frustrating experience. To simplify and hopefully to smooth your experience, we have compiled lists of “top lodging” organized by Wine Country geography.

Our lists are not intended to be comprehensive. You may find accommodations that are not on our lists and are well suited to your needs. Our purpose in compiling our lists is to identify accommodations that are perhaps the most likely to enhance your Wine Country visit. Our lists are informed by four sources:

  • AAA diamond ratings, a professionally administered rating system considered–along with the Mobil (Forbes) Guide–to produce the most reliable ratings for lodging in the United States
  • Associations of bed-and-breakfast and other inns that establish guidelines for cleanliness and comfort, and certify member compliance with these guidelines
  • Travelocity ratings, which capture feedback from guests in specific lodging establishments
  • The personal experience and knowledge of the Wine Country Guide team. (We all live in the Wine Country, interact with lodging managers on a regular basis, and talk to many visitors about many things including their lodging experiences.)

Here’s our list of Healdsburg Area lodging. Please see the Travel-Wise Tips that follow the table.

Name
Rooms
Street Address
Town
Phone
Website
Applewood Inn & Restaurant1913555 Highway 116Guerneville707-869-9093Link
Auberge on the Vineyard729955 River RoadCloverdale707-894-5956Link
Avalon - A Luxury B&B311910 Graton RoadSebastopol707-824-0880Link
Best Western Inn1456500 Redwood DriveRohnert Park707-584-7435Link
Best Western Wine Country Inn & Suites96870 Hopper AvenueSanta Rosa707-545-9000Link
Calderwood Inn725 West Grant StreetHealdsburg707-431-1110Link
Comfort Inn Santa Rosa1002632 Cleveland AvenueSanta Rosa(707) 542-5544Link
Courtyard by Marriott Santa Rosa136175 Railroad StreetSanta Rosa707-573-9000Link
Doubletree Hotel Sonoma County2451 Doubletree DriveRohnert Park707-584-5466Link
Dry Creek Inn (Best Western)102198 Dry Creek RoadHealdsburg800-222-5784Link
Duchamp Hotel10421 Foss StreetHealdsburg707-431-1300Link
English Tea Garden Inn4119 West Third StreetCloverdale707-894-8557Link
Fairfield Inn & Suites821101 Gravenstein Hwy S.Sebastopol866-388-4979Link
Farmhouse Inn - Restaurant & Spa187871 River RoadForestville707-887-3300Link
Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa1702777 4th StreetSanta Rosa800-848-8300Link
FountainGrove Inn Hotel & Conference Center126101 Fountaingrove PkwySanta Rosa800-222-6101Link
Garden Inn (Best Western)781500 Santa Rosa AvenueSanta Rosa707-546-4031Link
Geyserville Inn3821714 Geyserville AvenueGeyserville877-857-4343Link
Grape Leaf Inn - The12539 Johnson StreetHealdsburg707-431-8140Link
H2 Hotel36219 Healdsburg AvenueHealdsburg707-922-5251Link
Hampton Inn & Suites Rohnert Park1026248 Redwood DriveRohnert Park707-586-8700Link
Hampton Inn & Suites Windsor1168937 Brooks Road SouthWindsor707-837-9355Link
Haydon Street Inn9321 Haydon StreetHealdsburg707-433-5228Link
Healdsburg Inn on the Plaza12110 Matheson StreetHealdsburg707-433-6991Link
Hilton Garden Inn Sonoma County Airport90417 Aviation BlvdSanta Rosa707-545-0444Link
Hilton Sonoma Wine Country2463555 Round Barn BlvdSanta Rosa707-523-7555Link
Holiday Inn Express Windsor808865 Conde LaneWindsor877-676-6662Link
Honor Mansion - A Resort Inn1814891 Grove StreetHealdsburg707-433-4277Link
Hotel Healdsburg6525 Matheson StreetHealdsburg800-889-7188Link
Hotel La Rose49308 Wilson StreetSanta Rosa800-527-6738Link
Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel & Spa155170 Railroad StreetSanta Rosa707-284-1234Link
Inn at Occidental of Sonoma Wine Country183657 Church StreetOccidental707-874-1047Link
Irish Rose Inn - The43232 Dry Creek RoadHealdsburg707-431-2801Link
Les Mars Hotel1627 North StreetHealdsburg707-433-4211Link
Madrona Manor221001 Westside RoadHealdsburg800-258-4003Link
Melitta Station Inn & Spa65850 Melita RoadSanta Rosa707-538-7712Link
Old Crocker Inn101126 Old Crocker Inn RoadCloverdale707-894-4000Link
Petaluma Inn (Best Western)75200 S. McDowell BlvdPetaluma707-763-0994Link
Quality Inn Petaluma1115100 Montero WayPetaluma707-664-1155Link
Raford Inn610630 Wohler RoadHealdsburg707-887-9573Link
Sandman Motel1123421 Cleveland AvenueSanta Rosa707-293-2100Link
Santa Nella House412130 Highway 116Guerneville707-869-9488Link
Sebastopol Inn, The316751 Sebastopol AvenueSebastopol800-653-1082Link
Sheraton Hotel Petaluma183745 Baywood DrivePetaluma707-283-2888Link
Sonoma Orchid Inn1012850 River RoadGuerneville707-869-4466Link
Vintage Towers B&B7302 N. Main StreetCloverdale888-886-9377Link
Vintners Inn444350 Barnes RoadSanta Rosa707-575-1426Link
Worldmark Windsor Resort By Wyndham2261251 Shiloh RoadWindsor707-836-2420Link

Travel-Wise Tip: Healdsburg is located at the intersection of three major wine producing regions: Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Valley, and the Russian River Valley. While the town of Healdsburg itself is quite small, with a population of only about 10,000, the “Healdsburg Area”–including all three of these major regions–is quite large. Lodging establishments in Petaluma, Sebastopol, and Santa Rosa–which are 15 to 30 miles from Healdsburg proper–are included in our “Healdsburg Area” list because of their proximity to parts of the Russian River Valley, which meanders with the river through much of western Sonoma County.

Travel-Wise Tip: Sonoma County is quite large, and driving times between destinations can be long. For example, Healdsburg is about an hour’s drive from the town of Sonoma. Distances matter when you are relaxing and enjoying the Wine Country lifestyle to the fullest. And that lifestyle is also very locally focused. You’ll have a very different experience in the Healdsburg Area than you’ll have in Sonoma Valley; each will be special in its own way. We recommend that you select lodging accommodations nearest the areas you are most interested in visiting, and that you not hesitate to book a few nights in one area and a few more in another. There is nothing worse than enjoying a nice bottle of wine over a leisurely dinner, and then having to drive an hour over unfamiliar country roads to get back to your hotel or inn.