"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
this B&b did not live up to our expectations. It was old and the furniture was saggy and ugly. The decor leaves a lot to be desired. We had no personal contact with anyone in the home except the people working in the kitchen. The owner was on vacation. Our check in instructions were left in an envelope on the back porch. No one was there to answer questions or give us tips about the area. There was a computer we were told we could use. The only saving grace was that the other guests staying there were friendly. The website was misleading. I imagine in the past this was a nice place to stay but it needs a lot of work!
11/11/14 Karen B Gerber, California
Having grown up in Cloverdale and being gone for many, many years, I wanted to bring my husband of two years to the area I grew up. We had a wonderful stay at Auberge and found it to be quite peaceful! Both of us have very busy careers and don't take time to relax so this atmosphere was perfect! I enjoyed showing him around my "old" town and area. We loved it so much, we booked the same room for a weekend next June! Thank you to the wonderful staff for amazing breakfasts and the beautiful views the inn provided. Having evening drinks overlooking the vineyards was awesome!!
"25th Wedding Anniversary"
10/20/14 Reginaldo G
My wife and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary at Auberge on the Vineyard and in San Francisco. We stayed two nights at Auberge Vineyard in the Carriage House in the Hermitage Room. The antique furnishings were what we like. The room was bright with a wall of windows and natural light. The bed was very comfortable. The bedroom and bathroom were both spacious and very clean. Roxanne (owner) and Ula (chef extraordinare) greeted us with a 3-course French gourmet breakfast that we enjoyed in the company of small number of guests from all over the world. One morning they prepared an extra pastry in honor of our anniversary, my wife's birthday and the birthday celebration of another guest. When we got home at the end of the day, we looked forward to enjoying homemade sweets and tea or coffee. The rum cake was out of this world. We really enjoyed the breakfast and evening time that we shared with other guests, getting to know one another and taking photos of one another. The Carriage house has a porch about 3/4 of the way around and comfortable outdoor furniture to enjoy the vineyard, small courtyard and sunset. Auberge on the Vineyard is so conveniently located to countless vineyards and wineries. We visited Raymond Burr, Fritz and Ferrari-Carano and we give them high grades for their hospitality. We sent home some nice wine selections to enjoy for the upcoming holidays. Oh, I can't leave this review without mentioning "Bellhop", the cat. He completed the warmth and hospitality of Auberge on the Vineyard. Well, you might guess that we can't say enough about how happy we were about our stay at Auberge on the Vineyard. We hope we get to go back.
"Lovely Time on the Vineyard"
10/20/14 teacherperson Saint Paul, Minnesota
First of all, I felt as if I were in the farmhouse where I grew up. We stayed in the Sancerre room in the Carriage House and totally enjoyed the experience. Our room was old fashioned in appearance but very comfortable. The self check in is very easy, and the raspberry brownies were an extra bonus. The breakfasts were marvelous. First day we had a kiwi/banana smoothie, creme brulee french toast with bacon strips, and a blackberry galette for "dessert." The second morning started with a dish of peaches, a Mediterranean souffle with artichokes, asiago cheese, and fresh herbs, chicken sausage, and rosemary roasted potatoes, and a dessert of balsamic flavored strawberry shortcake. Yum Yum Yum The location is a good jumping off point for days filled with wine tasting, a trip to the redwoods, or a ride along the ocean on Highway 1. What's more, when I first called, I was inquiring about a Living Social special which I had read about. Well, the dates I asked about were not part of the special, but the innkeeper still gave me the special rate. I hope we can come back some day.
09/15/14 Debra N Round Rock, Texas, United States
We had the lovely Carriage House ground floor room with the claw foot tub next to French doors overlooking the vineyard. Very romantic ! Fantastic French Gourmet Breakfasts and phenomenal late night baked goodies ! Cannot sing the Auberge on the Vineyard praises enough. We will definitely be back !
09/10/14 M007W Berkeley, California
My Sweetheart surprised me with this charming getaway for our 3rd anniversary. Wow. He outdid himself with Auberge! We are a tad on the low-tech side & it was a nice surprise to find that - in addition to the free wireless Internet that others mentioned - there was also a laptop for guest use. Thank you! But mostly, thank you for creating such a friendly, open-hearted,spirited atmosphere for your guests, Roxanne. The hundreds of adorable,unique details to furnishings of the Victorian house are inspiring to anyone interested in interior design. And then, there's the scrumptious breakfast . . . ! I tend to be painfully shy. But Roxanne's relaxed conversational wit & warm heart put me at ease immediately. The guests here were among the nicest & best traveled we have ever met. There were no snobs at this wine country sanctuary. We will definitely be back!
"wonderful, peaceful stay"
09/02/14 Ann M Dubuque, Iowa
Stayed 2 nights and thoroughly enjoyed our evenings on the porch overlooking the vineyards. 3 course breakfasts were each unique and delicious. We stayed in the smaller room in the inn (with detached bath) but it had wonderful vineyard views and was very comfortable, and the bathroom is huge! Be sure to go into Cloverdale on Friday nights for the music and restaurant tents. What a wonderful, small town.
08/24/14 Alice L Cleveland, Ohio
If you're looking for a high-end fancy hotel in the heart of Napa, this might not be for you. My husband and I had been to Napa and southern Sonoma county in the past and wanted to explore the northern, less touristy part of Sonoma county and surrounding area. This charming Victorian B&B (located about an hour and a half north of Napa) was a lucky find for us and a perfect place to use as a home base during our recent week in wine country. We stayed in the Hermitage room in the Victorian house. The room was comfortably furnished with a king-sized bed, dresser and window seat. It also had a spacious attached bathroom with two sinks and a nice walk-in shower (I'm not a claw-foot tub kind of girl so this worked out perfectly for us!). The room also had a small TV attached to the wall with not great reception but who really wants to watch TV when you can sit on the porch and enjoy a glass of wine overlooking the vineyards? The three-course breakfasts were outstanding and Roxanne went out of her way to make sure that none of the breakfasts were repeated during our stay. The Eggs Benedict, frittata, fruit, tarts, desserts etc were all delicious and homemade and I would have, quite frankly, been ok if she had repeated something. After enjoying her breakfasts we never had to stop for lunch - we just tasted wines then had a nice dinner. She also left tasty treats in the dining area in the evenings which was a nice touch. There was a small refrigerator by the back door which we took advantage of to store a bottle of wine and some picnic food. Roxane and her staff are all great and such fun! We loved talking to her in the mornings and we still had lots of privacy the rest of the time. We took some of her suggestions for wineries - don't miss Bobdog - the ride is scary going up but we ended up spending over 2 hours with Tim the owner and it was well worth it! We never ate in Cloverdale but those that we met who had eaten in one of the establishments that she recommended, all seemed to have enjoyed them. Overall, we had a wonderful vacation and I would highly recommend this charming B&B if you want to explore the Russian River, Dry Creek, Alexander valley areas and all the great smaller wineries or if you just want a nice quiet getaway!!
"RECOVERY of GARAGE SALE"
08/23/14 Mary B
1 / This is a guesthouse to practice high price, needs a serious remolding! 2 / With vineyards on the back, the double door doesn’t close properly, pushing the 2 door panels are opened, they have not fixation on the floor. 3 / But what we forget to say, the house is roadside and the traffic starts around 4 am. so difficult to get a full nights ... If you are thinking about a peaceful night in the countryside, it's missed! 4 / In addition, the previous day, by phone, the owner was offered us a larger room, replacing breakfast, she could serve us ... A large room, the bed on one side, and the bathtub in the middle of the room, In the bathroom, tiny shower (leaking hose) little sink without opportunity to put your travel cosmetics toiletries : toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrush, razor, cologne, etc ... 5 / When we arrived, the housekeeper show our room (we expressed our disappointment to her), and we left the next day, without breakfast and supposedly there was no one, we left ... . No communication, nobody called us. This “maison d’hôtes” is to expensive for small comfort. . we are very disappointed.
"Wine, breakfast and kick back"
08/16/14 Klaasjan T
Looking for an excellent place to start of your discovery of the Sanoma County wine areas? Look no further. This accommodation provides a charming small scale atmosphere. Start the day with a gourmet 3-course breakfast (from your cooks Susan and/or Roxanne) and you will have an excellent start of the day to taste some wines at the many wineries in the area. The tasting pass (included in the stay) grants you free tastings at many of them. And while you are at it, take a bottle with you to enjoy it in the evening, sitting in the porch, overlooking the vineyards.
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