Venue TypesHotel And Resorts, Reception Hall, Dedicated Meeting Event Space
Choose from a variety of creative, inspired spaces. Here are some of our favorites in addition to The Lawn and our outdoor poolside venues.
The Porch Room, located off the Fireplace Lobby Lounge is opulent and sophisticated. Thoughtful lighting and floor-to-ceiling windows allow sunlight to fill the space. Accommodates up to 50 people.
The Carriage House with its high ceilings, exposed wood beams, and roll-back barn doors is a unique multi-function space. Seating up to 50, a dramatic private dining room or a venue for wine tasting, art exhibits, lectures, or cooking demonstrations. Opens onto a small private garden surrounded by apple trees, a pleasant breakout or pre-dinner reception area.
Elegant Grange Hall opens onto the garden courtyard and is the largest private room, seating up to 80 guests. Floor-to-ceiling plantation shutters allow for ample natural light or darkness, wood flooring an elegant neutral pallet is ideal for formal dinners or for meetings. Drop down screen and full a/v.
The walls of the well-appointed Wine Library are lined with rare vintages and exclusive holdings of Dry Creek Kitchen. A stately table seats 14 and is available for private dining or small business meetings.
A variety of unique indoor and outdoor creative spaces for inspired meetings and events
Our Downtown locations allows you to be in walking distance of a plethora of local activities and 19 Tasting Rooms are only minutes away.
Great wine should be paired with great food and that is what we do at Dry Creek Kitchen. Your group will enjoy banquet menus created by the same chefs!
At A Glance
- Event Types
- Executive Retreat
- Team Building
- Board Meetings
- Press Conference
- Business Dinner
- Onsite Catering
- Audio Visual Equipment
- Overnight Accommodations
- Group Activities
- Site Fee
- Indoor Venue Space
- Outdoor Venue Space
- Onsite Meeting Planner
Check for the best deals between November and February. Weather is usually fabulous and there is no traffic.
September and October are the most visually stunning months to visit and there are wine, culinary and music events daily.
Sonoma County is so much more than wine. There are bike rides, canoe and kayaking, beer tastings and great food…just to name a few!