WelcomeNestled in the peaceful hills above Asti & Cloverdale, near the town of Healdsburg and Geyserville, minutes from hundreds of great wineries (Alexander, Dry Creek and Anderson Valleys), the Old Crocker Inn offers private, luxurious accommodations at the secluded 5-acre Crocker Ranch and Historic Lodge.
Named for Charles Crocker, founder of the Central Pacific Railroad, the property began as a summer hunting ground often visited by Charles Crocker and his cronies, Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Collis Huntington, the empire builders known to historians as "California's Big Four".
The luxurious and inviting guest rooms and suites each offer a private entrance with deck seating, gas fireplace, TVs with Cable/DVD/VCR, high speed Internet, air conditioning, ceiling fan, private bath, some with Jacuzzi tubs others with antique claw-foot tub and shower.
The Old Crocker Inn serves a complimentary gourmet breakfast daily in the majestic dining room or on the spacious deck encircling the main lodge. There are a multitude of things to do at the Inn and in the vicinity, from wine tasting, to fishing, hiking, canoeing, bird-watching, golfing, slots and "antiquing". The Inn has a large swimming pool and a spa.