A wonderful and comfortable stay. Roxanne is a hoot! The food was delicious.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
It was a wonderful bday getaway. We stayed in the Margaux room and it was a delight. Food we delish and the grounds are gorgeous, even for a wintry, January weekend. Staff was friendly and helpful and Jocelyn was sweet as can be. Only request was that the mattress for the bed be less squeaky and more firm. Can't have it all when you're away from ho […] me! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Beautiful hotel with beautiful view. Great breakfast and really nice owner and staff!Genuine Expedia guest review
"Relax among the grape vines."
We came because some friends were having their wedding in Geyserville and we wanted to spend the nite, rather than driving home. The B and B is situated in a lovely, somewhat remote site. Room had a balcony overlooking grape vines and a field of lavender. The 3 course breakfast was delicious. Very glad we chose this B and B and would definitely ret […] urn. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
The only reason I didn't give a 5 on location was because of the diesel construction trucks on the road. It was just a little noisy. We stayed on a Monday evening!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
This charming Victorian B&B is located about 1 and 1/2 hours north of Napa and is a great location for exploring northern Sonoma county, Mendocino county and the Russian River wineries. The rooms are clean and comfortable with private baths. The 3 course breakfasts are outstanding and Roxanne is a fun and gracious hostess. We spent a wonderful week […] there and would definitely recommend this B&B to anyone looking for a quiet getaway. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Worth a stay"
This is a typical wine country old Victorian property. Most rooms are in an adjacent building. Clean. Decor extremely Victorian. No soundproofing. Air conditioning not built in. Wifi worked well. Nice common area and terrace with beautiful view of the valley. Breakfast is what it is. Very tasty but no choices. Much thought is put into the menu but I […] would prefer lighter fare. If you want wine country, this is it. Worth a stay. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
It is beautiful, it gives you the taste of living in wine country. It is the perfect spot! Breakfast is a wonderful experienceGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Wonderful place. Only issue our bathroom was across the hall and we were not told that before we arrived. Wonderful breakfast and daily baked goods. Roxanne is wonderfully funny and Monica is a sweetheart.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Pluses were the food and the host. Negatives are: 1. Room was not advertised as having no bathroom. 2. Cramped room only allowed TV to the side of the bed next to the headboard. Was very awkward and uncomfortable.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Everything was outstanding, beautiful Victorian house with views of the vineyardsGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Food, the view and Roxanne. All worth it."
Had to miss one of the 2 breakfasts. The one I had, creme brulee french toast was to die for. Roxanne, one of the owners is a lively woman and really engages the group so that everyone gets to know one another. She has excellent recommendations of wineries and restaurants in the area. Would recommend this property.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Maybe a little overrated?"
The B&B is located overlooking a vineyard, which is not part of the operation or property but it was okay to wander there. We stayed in a separate building that is a very old house with charm but, at least in our room, limited updating - our bathtub, for example, was very old and not at all appealing to use. The owners clearly try their best to make […] the feel of the house very traditional. Breakfast was huge and delicious. I thought the price was fair for high season summer weekend compared to some other places further south. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
The location afforded beautiful views (you overlook vineyards), the room was charming and clean, and the breakfast was a yummy 3-course meal of sweet and savory. We were on our way through the area and needed a place for the night, but we would definitely book this place again for a longer stay.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Beautiful view and utter relaxation"
This is a wonderful inn with the best B&B breakfast I've ever seen. Nice innkeeper and friendly guests. Our within-the-main-house room was pretty teeny (probably typical of Victorian inns) but we loved the porches and expansive view of the vineyards. I would love to stay there again!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
This is a truly magical place. Located at the edge of a wine yard and the rolling hills of the Alexander valley it's peaceful and relaxing.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
My husband had planned a romantic getaway in wine country. We picked Auberge on the Vineyard because our other B & B choices were already booked and the website pictures for this inn looked divine so we were all excited to get there until we arrived. The inn is musty, in serious need of some updating. When we opened the door to our room, the shades […] were drawn, it was small and dark. This B & B is on a secluded country road and for the three nights we were there, our sleep was interrupted by cars and trucks passing by throughout the night. We were up in the wine country for the purpose of biking and so left early each morning before the 9am call to breakfast. Although the innkeeper initially tried to be accommodating with regard to getting us some breakfast, she seemed frustrated that we didn't want to sit down to breakfast and on our last day as we checked out to get to the airport, she was actually rude - insulting us for not eating her breakfasts and then not even acknowledging our departure after my husband went back in to return the room key. Needless to say, more than a disappointing experience. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Did not have key to room for me when I arrived"
Got there and no one there, envelopes for others but none for me. I called hotel and reached no one. Called back an hour later and person was short with me. Put problem on fact that I had booked same day.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Auberge on the Vineyard"
We so enjoyed our stay at Auberge on the Vineyard! We attended a wine club event during the day and were pleasantly surprised to return to this quaint bed and breakfast hotel nestled in trees at the far corner of an enormous vineyard. Roxanne welcomed us with homemade cookies and offered recommendations for dining and jazz, which were spot on. The […] turn-of-the-century hotel is filled with antiques, the bed was super comfortable and the three course breakfast was sumptuous. We will definitely return! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Breakfast was outstanding; owner hospitable; tea and cake available as well as bottled water. Porch surrounded the B & B..and plenty of comf chairs and sofas to sit in and enjoy the view..gardens were lovely..a very nice place to enjoy peace and tranquilityGenuine Expedia guest review
The B&B owner and staff were delightful and very helpful. The location is beautiful, right on the edge of a vineyard and in a quiet spot away from other hotels and tourist sites, yet only a 10-15 drive from popular towns, restaurants, and wineries. Enjoyed my leisurely stay very much!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Characterful old house with elegant old furnishing"
We stayed in the 'Victorian House', which was like staying in a lovely family home. If you are looking for the Holiday Inn experience, then don't come here: leave it for people who appreciate traditional furniture and quirky old fittings. Even if it's old, everything works, and the three-course breakfasts are superb.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Perfect Vineyard Relaxation"
We stayed 2 nights and loved the beautiful Victorian House, patio and garden. I really did not want to leave and wish it was my own house! We had the Lorraine room which was sweetly decorated and the bed was so comfy (although a tad high but it was fun to climb into bed using the footstool provided). The room is by a small junction but after 10-11pm […] there weren't that many cars passing by so I had no problem sleeping. I also don't know why some would complain about the lack of an en-suite as the bathroom was only a tiny bit across the hallway and you can lock it up so it's like having a second room for yourself! Beautiful bathtub and a window seat with views of the vineyard. After our self check in, we grabbed some yummy rum cake which we can help ourselves to and a cold can of soda from the fridge, and sat on the patio with Bellehop the cat and totally relaxed until sunset. Breakfast was just WOW! 3 courses and beautifully presented and French inspired. The ladies were all very sweet and attentive. They also booked us a tour at a nearby vineyard called Bobdog Wines. Lovely couple taught us about wine tasting and we chatted for hours! I am recommending Auberge on the Vineyard to everyone I know! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
This is a Victorian style B&B guesthouse, with vineyards on two sides of the property the other two sides are roadside on a Y junction.The traffic starts around 4am so hard to get a full nights sleep. Although just over a mile from town I didn't think it suitable to walk as there are no footpaths or lighting. Our room had an unusually high bed with […] old but clean linen,however it was comfortable, although it was disappointing to have to make up our bed after a day out. Our bathroom was private but not ensuite ( across the hall ) with old towels. The guesthouse had plenty of leaflets etc about the area however no one was ever about to offer up information. There is an ambiance to this guesthouse with a wrap round veranda and comfortable seating. Breakfast was very tasty served at 9am with no choice. We were so looking forward to this guesthouse but left a little disappointed. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Hotel charmand mais chambre vieillotte - excellent petit déjeunerGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Short Trip with friends"
04/21/15 jwf222 Manteca, California
Nice setting. On three road corner but even with windows open noise was fine and it dwindled as evening hours progressed. Loved the breakfast in the morning and Roxanne was a joy to be with. Our friends and my wife and I were in two rooms in the main house so we did not see the Carriage House. We had the Hermitage upstairs. Steep stairs if you are physically challenged, but a nice spacious room. True, t.v. is small, but we wern't there for t.v. Each evening there was a new dessert treat out for us as well as the fixings for making tea or a pressed coffee. They also had water ans sodas in a small fridge for us as well. Our friends and my wife and I had wine and appetizers downstairs each evening in the parlor. We had lovely conversations with two other couples staying there as they were coming and going. After appetizers we went to Cloverdale for dinner. Painkiller, an Italian restaurant, was very nice and reasonable. The following evening we went to the local brewery and had pub food with a beer sample. On both occasions we took "Mr. Taxi" to and from the restaurants. The cab charges were around $5-7 and the owner/driveer was very personable as well as prompt in both directions. Roxanne was also extremely helpful in setting up a private tasting with Bob Dog Winery, the highest Bordeaux vineyards in the United States. Kind of a windy steep uphill climb to get there but in my opinion worth every turn. The owner greeted us and proceeded to tell his story and then escorted us into his winery/production facility and sat us down for a private tasting of his whole line-up as well as pairing some of the wines with simple food. Informative, Fun, Unique, and you get to drink wine. If you plan to picnic up there he will give you a complementary bottle of his Rose to go with your meal. If you look it up it is Bob Dog Winery/Sky Pine Vineyards. We spent half of our trip visiting a few wineries and the other half shopping in downtown Healdsburg. We kept our entire trip from Healdsburg north. Was the this finest b&b I've stayed in, No. Was it comfortable, welcoming, helpful, relaxing, and surrounded by vineyards. You betcha! I would stay here again in a heartbeat. Sitting on the wraparound porch on one of the many benches, sipping a glass of wine, and looking out over the vineyards was a wonderful zen moment for me. If you're looking to be catered to every moment you are there forget it. Don't let little things like no fridge in your room or having to get ice from the kitchen in a bowl instead of an ice bucket ruin this wondeful setting for you. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
"No ice bucket in room but given ice in zip lock bag."
Cat away mouse will play? Furniture in the Carriage House is run down and dirty. I would like to see that each room has its own refrigerator. Kitchen in main house looks dirty. A cake server with partly bunt cake with cookies sat on hutch in Carriage House for 3 days. Owner was out of town. Maids did not fix our bed. We pulled bed clothing back to air for the day before we left in the morning. When we returned in the late afternoon, the bed was not made. So, I made the bed so the room (Sauterre) looked presentable. Would not go there again.
03/24/15 Amy R Pompano Beach, Florida
Everything about our stay at Auberge was outstanding. The view from our patio was incredible, the breakfast was delicious, and Roxanne went above and beyond to make our trip special. The property is charming and cozy with updated amenities. We loved the super comfy king bed and the fireplace. Highly recommended! Book the Echezeaux room!
03/15/15 TravelingDoc1 Chicago, Illinois
We just returned from two nights at Auberge, finishing two weeks of traveling among various B&B's. We were both disappointed with our stay (why tripadvisor doesn't have a "fair" option, I don't understand, but that's what I'd rate it), but enjoyed some nice highlights. First the good: breakfasts were quite good and very unique, and the sit-down aspect made breakfast a special time. We were given an opportunity to attend a private tasting, which we thoroughly enjoyed, and the wine pass, which provided free tastings at tons of wineries, was much appreciated. However, there were some negatives that really impacted our enjoyment. On the first night, we opened our windows to cool down our room (no AC). Even though it feels like you are in the middle of nowhere, the B&B sits at an intersection of three roads. It was astounding how loud the road noise was during the night. No exaggeration - we had spent the previous night in downtown San Francisco, slept with the windows open, and heard less car noise. We got very little sleep that night. We both woke up eager for a shower, crossed over to our bathroom (we stayed in the Lorraine, which has no attached bath), and discovered that we only had a tub. My husband is 6'2" and I'm 5'7", and the tub just wasn't going to hack it. So my husband asked if we could move to another room with a shower. We were told yes - for $50 more. I couldn't believe the shortsightedness in that response. It was more important to collect an additional 50 bucks than it was to have a happy client who would return in the future. In addition, CA is in a huge water shortage, and this B&B preferred that we fill the tub (twice, each time taking a good 20 minutes to fill) rather than take 5-minute showers. That just floored me. I know at least one room was available, so I was just dumbfounded. It took us an hour to get ready for the day, and we dealt with it, but talk about getting off on the wrong foot. By the next day, both of us were suffering from allergies and couldn't figure out what it was. We slept with the windows closed, and my husband was sweating and uncomfortable, so he stumbled out to the hallway to find a cat curled up outside our door. He shooed it away, and next found it in our bathroom. We are both highly allergic, which explained why we were both having so many problems. I think in the case of animals on the premises, it's always important that the owners state this on the website. Finally, one of the reasons we enjoy B&B's so much is the personal attention and the chance to chat with the owners. Perhaps they were out of town this weekend. When we arrived, our room wasn't ready, but they gave us the key and we went elsewhere. When we returned at about 6:00, no one was in the house. This means no one showed us to our room or explained the bathroom situation, or showed us how to operate anything or what was available for our use. I found that odd. So overall, not a great experience. We had a great time because that's what we do when we travel, and if you read my other reviews, you know that I'm generally very upbeat and positive. But this stay was a disappointment.
"Serene, Warm, Friendly, and Wine!"
02/17/15 Elsa B Redwood City, California
This was my first experience staying at a B&B and was impressed. Warm and friendly staff always asking if we needed help with anything or just give a warm smile. Roxanne (the innkeeper) kept her guests happy with fantastic breakfast meals and stories about the city. Our room -the Margaux - was beautiful and located in the main Victorian home with one caveat; it is located in close vicinity to the front door and next to the kitchen. This meant we heard anyone enter/exit the house using the front door in the morning, the squeaky stairs when guests traveled up and down in addition to the noise of the pots and pans being used for breakfast. I do wish we were warned about the room being a pretty noisy spot when making the reservations with Jocelyn, however, I can't say I won't return. I plan on making a reservation for the summer in a different room. Highly recommend this beautiful B&B for a romantic weekend getaway.
"Comfortable, lovely views, good location."
01/26/15 Marcus L London, United Kingdom
My wife & I arrived early and checking in was no problem. We were delighted with our room and enjoyed the lovely view over the vineyard. It is well located for trips in whatever direction and easy to get to from San Francisco. We booked for just one night, but stayed two as it was lovely. Breakfast was delicious and the landlady, Roxanne, is great fun and real value. She also gave us discounted rate which was very kind. Sadly I forgot my (antique) book there, so hope to find it next time we go!
"Just a lovely experience!"
12/24/14 perlatravels Upland, California
This was my first B&B experience. I was reluctant at first after check in but as soon as we were greeted by Roxanne all my concerns were swept off. We were booked for the Lorrainne room however there was a cancellation and a larger room was offered to us and it worked out great! The wrap around veranda has great views, just like in the pictures and the breakfasts each morning were impressive and delicious! The staff are nice and warm, you are made to feel right at home. Each evening upon returning from our day trips we loved indulging in some hot tea with whatever delicious baked goods were left out at the buffet for guests to enjoy! If you are in the victorian the stairs are steep and narrow but not too bad just watch your step. I wish i could have stayed longer...at least an extra day to just have stayed in and played a board game or two while sitting at the dining room table, reading a book or magazine on the couch or out on the veranda. As soon as there is time on the calendar and funds in the bank i will be returning to stay here when i want to go back to explore wine country!
"Vintage Fun in the Vineyard"
12/17/14 RoadWarriors5433 Fort Worth, Texas
My bride and I spent two nights at Auberge on the Vineyard... we went there on a Living Social package and I have to say, the TripAdvisor reviews helped convince me that we weren't going wrong... The classic beauty of the vineyard and surrounding area was great and the 3 course breakfast, while very filling, was extraordinary. But, the best part was the owner - who came and visited/entertained as we had breakfast. We'll make our way back some day... but, if you're looking for a great, quiet place in the Sonoma area, this is certainly it...
"O.M.G. .......... the best B&B! (hey that rhyms)"
12/11/14 jfkinca Sacramento
Wonderful place. Our hostess and staff were great. We just loved the balcony that overlooked the vineyard while the sun was setting... I think that anyone who visits will be happy with the Auberge. We enjoyed the breakfast and their coffee (french press). Roxanne was a hoot, so personable and sweet. See y'all next time!
12/08/14 Paul C Easton, Connecticut, USA
We stayed two nights at Auberge after a night at a hotel in Napa. Obviously it was a very different experience and we thoroughly enjoyed it. They were harvesting at night in the vineyards around the property which we found to be very interesting. We stayed in the Echezaux (sp?) suite which has its own balcony overlooking the vineyard, so we enjoyed sitting out there one evening sipping some of the wine we had procured during our visits/tours/tastings during the day. The breakfasts were great. Roxanne was a great hostess and we found her suggestions for places to visit to be spot on. We also enjoyed visiting with the other guests over breakfast and comparing notes. We've only stayed at one other B&B (in Italy) and based on this experience we'll try it more often. We will plan to stay here again when we return to the area.
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