"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
"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
"Auberge on the Vinyard"
The room was in a renovated 1910 victorian family farmhouse with period furnishings. The breakfasts were outstanding, setting was very nice, and the owner was very friendly and fun to talk with about the local area.Genuine Hotels.com 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
"Nice, affordable, good food"
07/26/14 Matthew J Bay area
Food really good. Nice and friendly innkeeper and staff. The only downside was our room had a noisy air conditioner that cycled from high to low an kept waking us up. Innkeeper said she knew and would be fixing it in the near future. Innkeeper arranged for us to visit a nearby vineyard for a tour and tasting that was really fun. The room was nice with a separate detached bath that was huge.
"Excellent B&B stay!!!"
Love this B&B,only stayed one night wished we could have stayed longer. Bellhop the cat was a nice touch,he followed us from the car to the front door to check in. Breakfast was excellent 3 courses and dessert for breakfast!!! What the heck on vacation.
"Location is the difference"
07/17/14 DQC_76 New York City, New York
1st ever stay at a B&B, so i am calibrating from hotel expectations. Stayed in the Montrachet Suite so all of our accommodations were private (other rooms have a shared living room & balcony) Positives: - Location ... B&B on the edge of a vineyard, in a very peaceful/quiet setting (in comparison to a lot of B&Bs that are in-town) - very spacious room - Great porch/balcony facing the vineyard (great sunsets) - Fridge was stocked with drinks at no extra charge, and decent coffee machine (pods) Negatives - furniture and fixtures were "rustic" ... not the end of the world, but some selected updating would be nice - need pest protection on porch/balcony ... it is uncomfortable to sit out at night due to bugs - bathroom was tiny with very tight shower - cleaning was OK, but they need to do a better job ... active spiders with full web in the corner of bathroom ceiling 1 other thought ... Cloverdale is pretty far north, so you are a little removed from the heart of Sonoma County, but still plenty of vineyards/wineries. That said, we didnt mind this at all, b/c we prefer a more peaceful setting & plenty of great Dry Creek and Russian River wineries Our favorite vineyards/wineries in the area were Hawley, Christopher Creek and Da Vero
"Charming, charming, charming...."
07/11/14 ViktoriaS77 San Rafael, California
We wanted to spend our anniversary at some special place…. to watch sunset over rows of grape vines… to be away from noise of everyday life…. Here it was -a charming gem in the heart of wine country. Cozy, friendly, comfortable, very clean... with nice ambiance and tasty breakfast. Perfect getaway!
"Bad start but great finish"
07/08/14 Michael F Lake Worth, Florida
Visited for two nights during a road trip that brought myself (wife and daughter) to Auberge on the Vineyard. The only reason I did not rate this B&B a 5/5 is that we felt unwelcome by the owner when we first arrived. Although I had communicated through e-mail that there would be three of us the owner seemed very out of sorts seeing my daughter and told us she didn't know what we would possibly do with her in the area. For the owner's behalf, I'm sure they are not used to seeing children at a B&B in wine country however; this is not a reason to make guests feel unwelcome. However, everything after this initial 15 minutes was great. The views from our room and balconies were fantastic! We had trouble finding a B&B on a vineyard and we hit the jackpot here. For those traveling with mature kids (we do realize that most places are catering to couples) there was a lot to do in the area and this location served as a great home base. We hit wine tastings in vineyards inside caves (which made it interesting for our daughter), drove to Bodega Bay, visited the Schultz museum, swam in the Russian river, went to an Old Faithful geyser, saw a petrified forest, and found some relaxing time at the B&B among other adventures (we had more on our list that we just didn't get to). The staff was very friendly and the owner, I believe, warmed to us by the end (very nice lady, again, I am attributing the odd welcome to her not being accustomed to seeing children). Would definitely stay here again when in the area in the future (with and/or without my daughter) and recommend the same to others!
"Perfect Couple Getaway"
06/30/14 Laurie S Sevierville, Tennessee
Wonderful bed and breakfast in wine country in a lovely Victorian house with French touches. The wrap around veranda had a great view of the vineyard, lots of comfy chairs, a porch swing, etc.. My husband and I enjoyed a glass of champagne swinging on the porch swing and enjoying the sunset and watching the birds and hummingbirds. The 3 course gourmet breakfasts were to die for. What a way to start your day. We had only reserved a 2 night stay but after the first night, we wanted to stay longer so we added another day. All the staff were pleasant, the rooms clean, and the innkeeper just made us feel right at home. You could not go wrong spending some time there. We live 2500 miles away but wouldn't hesitate to return if we get to the west coast again. I miss being there already and we just left a few days ago.
"Perfect Anniversary Retreat"
06/25/14 kldj13 Raleigh, North Carolina
My husband and I decided before we got married 5 years ago that we would visit the California wine country for our 5-year anniversary. Our extensive research landed us at Auberge, and we could not have asked for a more ideal getaway. Traveling from NC, we were not sure exactly what to expect; what we found was a wonderful, warm lady named Roxanne who was genuinely happy to provide top-notch service and delicious breakfast. We highly recommend upgrading to the romance package; Colleen and Terri were very easy to work with in scheduling our couples' massage, and the champagne and fondue was the perfect dessert after an afternoon of wine tasting and a delicious dinner at Catelli's in downtown Geyersville. Bob Dog Winery is also highly recommended. Auberge, the Montrachet Suite specifically, and the service Roxanne and her crew provide is top-notch; you will not be disappointed.
"Great B&B find"
06/25/14 Melissa G New York City, New York
Beautiful old Victorian with spectacular setting. Very comfortable room, relaxing wrap around porch, pretty gardens. Fantastic staff. A little off the beaten path, but close to restaurants and attractions ( nothing is more than a couple of minutes drive away) . Breakfasts were three course extravaganzas, served at a community table that fosters socializing with other guests - part of the B&B charm.
"A lovely one night stay"
06/21/14 Gayle726 Palo Alto, California
While searching for wedding venues for my daughter's April wedding, I needed a place to stay that was south of Ukiah but north of Santa Rosa. I'm a big fan of bed and breakfast resorts so after reading the great reviews, I booked Auberge on the Vineyard. Since I was by myself, I booked the Lorraine room, but was happily surprised to find Rox had upgraded me to the fabulous Echezeaux room. It was spacious and had a private terrace where I made myself comfortable with a glass of wine and enjoyed the incredible view. The room was spotlessly clean and had AC as well as a ceiling fan. Breakfast, served at 9 am, was amazing - crème brûlée french toast with bacon - minted fruit cup - warm apple pastry with whipped cream. Plus, french press coffee! Yum. The co-owner, Roxanne, was sweet and funny and full of great information about the area. As others have said, this is not the usual commercial hotel, but that's a good thing. Stay here. You'll love it.
"Great location, fantastic service"
06/18/14 John G Boulder Creek, California
This old Victorian is located just outside of Cloverdale, with a lovely vineyard setting, and easy access to everywhere! While it does have some of the quirks of older buildings, the rooms are well kept, and every room has air conditioning to keep cool (without being overly loud). The breakfasts are fantastic, and a visit with Roxanne, the owner, is worth the trip itself. We'll be back for the breakfasts and Roxanne, as well as to stay in this beautiful Victorian again.
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