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September 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Farmhouse Inn in Forestville, California

Located in Forestville, a tiny hamlet cradled in the Russian River Valley region of Sonoma County, is a romantic retreat for oenophiles who enjoy the riches that only California's wine country can offer. Erected in 1873, Farmhouse Inn has been completely restored to its 19th-century splendor and is a classic American farmhouse with a mélange of Victorian touches and provincial furnishings. With just 25 pristine rooms, guests slumber in an enchanting cottage or traditional guest room, where plump feather beds, oversize soaking tubs, fireplaces and other luxurious amenities await.

Wake up to a savory two-course morning meal including an array of baked goods, seasonal fruits, robust coffee and a hot made-to-order entrée. In the evening, reserve a corner table at the inn's Michelin-starred restaurant for an elegant meal paired with local vintages by Sonoma County's only Master Sommelier. The spa at Farmhouse Inn is one of intimate surroundings, where personalized service is paramount, treatments are sublime and organic products are handmade. The grounds sit on the edge of a wooded area punctuated with trickling fountains, and are equally delightful. In the distance, vineyards dot the landscape and ripened grapes dangle from neatly lined rows of mature vines. Enjoy a dip in the pool or lounge in the warm Sonoma sun. In the afternoon hit the wine trail in search of the perfect selection, visit the region's charming town squares, or simply take a scenic drive overlooking the rugged Pacific coast. Flee to Farmhouse Inn for a bit of relaxation and put everyday life on hold.

Location of Farmhouse Inn

Farmhouse Inn
7871 River Road Sonoma County
95436
Forestville, California

Nearest Airport: STS

Amenities for Farmhouse Inn

  • General Information
  • 25 Guest Rooms
  • Handicap Accessible Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • WiFi
  • Gardens
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • iPod Docks
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Heated Floors
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • En-Suite Bathrooms
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Wine Tasting
  • Art Classes
  • Wine Tours
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Wineries
  • Art Galleries
  • Interests
  • Food & Wine
  • Luxury Hotel Games
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Farmhouse Inn

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed here after a hot day swimming in Russian River. Our room was so comfortable and nice. It was super hot the weekend we stayed and the room was an air conditioned oasis. Loved the big tub and all the bath products at check-in. Bed was super comfortable. The staff was kind and accommodating. We loved it, stay here if you can!

123MarinaC - New York City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Farmhouse Inn is a very nice place to relax. Nothing to do surrounding the property. Great restaurant but not open for guests some nights during the week. Overpriced for the amenities- no workout room, no walking trails and no bar. Very nice rooms, spa & pool. Good for a short stay & access to the Russian River wine country. The staff is laid back & accommodating.

Number1green - Spicewood, Texas


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited California for 2 weeks in July and stayed in 6 different hotels, 1 in San Francisco, 1 in Carmel, 1 in Stanford area, and 4 in Sonoma County as we visited wineries and family. If you are visiting the Sonoma County area and have the budget to splurge and indulge you have to stay at The Farmhouse Inn. Our favorite in Sonoma by far is The Farmhouse Inn in Forestville. We only stayed here because of a change of plans but wished we had stayed longer. Our stays included Ritz Carleton and The Four Seasons, and while we love the Ritz Carleton club floor in San Fran and will definitely return we rank The Farm House equally for its comfort and decor and better for the attention to detail and service. The Farmhouse grounds are neat and well maintained. There is a beautiful pool and spa. The decor in the room we occupied was simple and elegant, modern farmhouse style including the sliding barn doors. The room and bathroom were spacious and well equipped. We loved the grey and white decor and tile and especially the heated bathroom floor. The bedroom included a comfortable sitting area and private patio. The attention to detail is a distinguishing factor for us to return to a hotel. The Farmhouse excels. Candles and wooden matches bedside for ambiance, plush robes, fridge stocked with water, soft drinks and local snacks and food at no cost. We loved the assortment of chutney, salsa, cheese. An assortment of wine is also available for a cost. Cookies ( gluten free) and milk at turndown were a hit. We were delighted to find a yoga mat (my husband stretches morning and night and hoped to have one everywhere we stayed) , wet bathroom wipes, a choice of bathroom soaps and lotions, jetted tub and large shower all of these added to the experience. And of course we have to mention the Michelin Award dining room where we enjoyed breakfast. Staff all around were very attentive. I honestly didn't want to leave.

Shelley B


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This hotel has been on my list for sometime now and when we decided to head back to California for a few days we had to try. Glad we did as the hotel was "perfect". This hotel makes you feel like you are in California Wine Country. Every aspect was well thought out from the design, furnishings, food and amenities. All very authentic and with strong ties the surrounding environment. The staff was excellent and well trained. If you are like me and want a true luxury experience that is not cookie cutter, Farmhouse Inn is it and a whole lot more. We will be back.

tvltheworld28


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have heard about Farmhouse Inn for years and we finally got around to trying it for our anniversary. First I must say that it IS a very charming and pleasant place to stay with friendly and attentive service and an great spa (although the spa does lack some important amenities like steam room, sauna and the changing/locker area is co-ed). My complaints and comments are mostly in relation to how incredibly high the price is to stay here. We were really quite shocked how expensive this hotel is for what you get. At such a high price it was hard to not be underwhelmed and somewhat critical. First I was very surprised to see how small the Farmhouse Inn is and how it is located on a VERY busy street. It was not the tucked away and quiet retreat with ample walking grounds that I expected. Our very tiny room was in fact in the main house above the restaurant and the busy street noise was always apparent. Perhaps if we had stayed in a room further back on the property this would have changed our experience slightly. So our room was generally unimpressive given the price. It was comfortable and pleasant but for $800 a night it was a let down. Especially in comparison to other hotels where we have stayed for a comparable price. I must mention too that I was awaken by clanking glasses and noise downstairs in the kitchen at 7am as they prepped for breakfast. Again, at $800 a night, not ideal or expected. Another knock for us was the virtually non-existent pool side service. To their credit they tell you that the food/lunch service at the pool is minimal. They were correct! We like to sit by a pool and relax and order lunch and drinks when we vacation. We were able to do this here BUT the menu options were slim and it appeared that the seemingly busy front desk woman doubled at the "pool service" person. In general pool side service didn't appear to be a practice that they put too much of an emphasis upon (or perhaps our mid-week stay factored in here). Again for the Inn's reputation and price of admission, more extensive pool-side service was just something we expected. I must mention also that for pool people, this pool itself is very simple. Almost like a back-yard pool. Lastly, the Restaurant: We would have loved to have dined here but the night we made our hotel reservation (Wednesday) turned out to be the night that the restaurant is closed. This wasn't clear to me until it was too late to cancel or change the reservation. This is my fault for not looking but it was a bummer nonetheless. I would still like to try the restaurant as it looks wonderful (our breakfast was delicious) but I don't think we will choose to stay at the hotel. So in the end our take-away is that The Farmhouse Inn is a lovely place to stay but terribly over-priced. Do set your expectations that it will be VERY VERY expensive for what feels like a glorified, higher end Bed and Breakfast.

Katie R


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