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Tracy's Wine Road Lodging: Vintage Towers Bed & Breakfast Inn

Post by Tracy Logan, WineTimeTR, for Wine Road Northern Sonoma County:

Historic Vintage Towers Bed & Breakfast Inn is nestled in the little town of Cloverdale, at the very northern top of the Alexander Valley.

Vintage Towers Bed & Breakfast Inn, stately 1901 Queen Anne Victorian, which is also included on the U.S. Historic Register, has had incarnations as a hospital, private home and is now a lovely, garden-wrapped inn, featuring seven antique-furnished rooms, including four elegant suites with fireplaces with all the modern conveniences. Innkeepers Don and Mary Stuart prepare a fantastic three-course gourmet breakfast and afternoon refreshments. Check their specials!  You can relax on the wisteria-covered wrap-around veranda with swing,  in the gazebo, by the Koi pond or stroll the  extensive flower and vegetable gardens.  It seems like you have taken a step back to a quieter era, and yet you are only one block to the Cloverdale plaza, dining, shops and spa- there is even a movie theatre and the impressive Cloverdale Performing Arts Center.  Don & Mary are your female viagra australia very hospitable,  personal concierges and are very knowledgeable about the area.

Welcome to Vintage buy cialis online canada Towers!

Ahoy, you Koi….

The back….

The front….

The closeup, Mr. DeMille….

If visiting during the summer and fall months, be sure to check out the Friday Night Live at the Plaza and Cloverdale Certified Farmers Market,

an easy walk from Vintage Towers and such fun in this charming, small town affectionately known as The ‘dale.

Lots of close-by wineries to the south- like Valdez Family Winery, Silver Oak, and all the gang along Chianti Road, then towards DCV, or AV– or head into Geyserville.    And of course, there is always the Russian River, too!  (Good old River Slavianka…historical, just like Vintage Towers!)

Here’s looking at you, kids.



Tracy's Wine Road Lodging: Vine Hill Inn

Post by Tracy Logan

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Vine Hill Inn, an award-winning and beautifully restored @ 1897 Victorian farmhouse, my canadian pharmacy online not only delivers romantic accommodations, but also brings it with great breakfast, lovely grounds, cool pool, vineyard views and a small menagerie including Boots the Inn Cat, pet chickens, goat and mini-horse.

The warm and helpful concierge/innkeeper/proprietor/chief cook, Kathy, will make your stay memorable and assist with dinner reservations, touring and visiting local wineries, spas and attractions.

Breakfast, with a bit of advance notice, can not only accommodate special dietary needs, but can also be served at a time that works best for the guest. Weddings- and other special events- for up to 125 guests- can be done here, employing the porches, grassy garden areas and back by the pool, all bordered by vineyards and softly undulating landscapes.

Vine Hill Inn Wonder Mini-Horse.
Swimming, sunning, relaxing, rejuvenating.
Gardens and old-fashioned porch for sitting, reading, chatting.


four differently-themed rooms have private baths and either a private or shared porch. Though in a country setting, Vine Hill Inn is convenient to wineries, restaurants, the charming, distinctive little town of Sebastopol, and the Pacific Ocean.

View from the Inn- VERY Russian River Valley AVA characteristic.

Check out nearby:

Dutton Estate Winery

Red Car


Merry Edwards

Graton Ridge Cellars

Here’s looking at you, kids.



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