At a Glance
Tucked into the wooded Russian River Valley, the Farmhouse Inn offers luxury with an easygoing, rural sensibility.
- The barn rooms with private decks and indoor/outdoor fireplaces
- The gourmet, three-course breakfasts served in the historic original farmhouse
- The dedicated, friendly concierges, who will help you make the most of your time in Sonoma
- The spa, with beautiful treatment rooms and a relaxing indoor-outdoor waiting area
Located in the Russian River Valley, 11 miles southwest of Healdsburg, this graceful rural property comprises a converted 1872 farmhouse (the “main house”) and various additional stand-alone buildings, including the "barn" built on the site of the farm’s original barn. The private barn rooms and suites are the most luxurious, with muted tones, amazing bathrooms and a farmhouse chic vibe. Topping many lists of best wine country inns, or indeed best inns anywhere, Farmhouse indulges guests with gourmet meals; airy, welcoming rooms; a lush, wooded setting; and a serene spa.
The inn’s agrarian roots are evident throughout, from the classic American furnishings to the local, seasonal cuisine at the Michelin-starred Farmhouse restaurant and the organic ingredients used for spa treatments. The luxury comes through in gourmet three-course breakfasts, marble bathrooms and a team of dedicated concierges to help you enjoy the best of the wine country. Farmhouse’s emphasis on homey comforts is clear in touches like their scrumptious daily cookies left at turn-down service, their indulgent breakfast pastries, unlimited s'mores supplies each night and a help-yourself "spa bar," which includes different homemade soaps, scrubs and bath salts. Guests are encouraged to choose what they like from the selection and bring their treats back to their room to enjoy in their spacious bathrooms.
Who Should Stay
Couples seeking a luxuriant escape in wine country.
Written by Indagare