The Best Places to Stay in Cloverdale

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Don’t be fooled by Cloverdale’s small size. With a prime location on the Russian River, this charming hamlet has become home to several tasting rooms featuring dynamite views and outstanding wines. If you find yourself wanting to stay for a night or two, we have some recommendations.

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Old Crocker Inn

Situated on five beautiful acres, the Old Crocker Inn is a peaceful retreat for those who choose to relax in serene beauty where opportunities for hiking, fishing, and hunting are always close by. The grounds are lovely and rustic, and the property itself contains five bedrooms, as well as five cottage rooms with private entrances, all luxuriously appointed with stately furniture and high ceilings.

Insider Tip

Old Crocker Inn offers some dog-friendly and children-friendly rooms.

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Vineyard Valley Inn

Vineyard Valley Inn is a small, family-run hotel with simply decorated, recently remodeled rooms that exude straightforward charm. The innkeepers have been known to charm guests with their warm and welcoming demeanors, and are more than happy to point you in the right direction to local attractions.

Insider Tip

The inn is located a half mile from Plank Coffee, a hip coffee house with handcrafted lattes and glass cases filled with delectable pastries.

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The Highlands Estate

The Highlands Estate is home to an elegant bed and breakfast that is situated on 21 acres of vineyards, meadowland, and woods. The beautiful inn and grounds somehow manage to retain a comforting aesthetic, while still providing luxury amenities like a pool, billiard room, movie theater, and gym. The French-country styled guest rooms are cozily furnished with floral linens and oversized armchairs, and in the morning, breakfast includes fruit fresh from the property’s orchards, and dishes such as French toast and farm-fresh eggs. Please note: children under 18 are not permitted at the Highlands Estate.

Insider Tip

A beautiful rustic barn on the property is an exceptional setting for weddings.

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Vintage Towers Bed & Breakfast Inn

Housed in a preserved Queen Anne Victorian built in 1901, the family-run Vintage Towers Bed and Breakfast has seven cozy rooms and suites, lovingly furnished in a sophisticated English-country aesthetic. The innkeepers have their guests’ comfort in mind, and provide plush robes, hair dryers, and quality linens in all their rooms. A stay includes a tour of the property’s charming gardens—home to a koi pond, chickens, and fruit trees—and breakfast features eggs and produce, fresh from the property.

Insider Tip

Ask about gluten-free breakfast options, which include some super-tasty Belgian waffles.

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Super 8 Cloverdale

Super 8 Cloverdale is a clean and right off the freeway option for those seeking a good value. The rooms are outfitted with comfortable beds, simple furnishings, and no-frills décor, but Jacuzzi suites are available, and the property also includes a gym and pool. A stay includes an eight-item continental breakfast, and the hotel is adjacent to a shopping center with restaurants for a good bite to eat, like Mary’s Pizza Shack (a Sonoma County favorite).

Insider Tip

There is a Starbucks located a short walk away for a quick buzz on the way to the vineyards.

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