Sebastopol Hotels: Book Your Relaxing Getaway Today

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  • on DECEMBER 29, 2015
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Sebastopol is known for its small-town charm mingled with an artistic spirit. There are a couple of hotels in town and several wonderful bed and breakfast places in which you can relax and take in the ambiance, so if you’re looking for a casual, joyful stay among friendly people, with excellent food and wine venues, look no farther than Sebastopol.
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Lodging / Sebastopol

Fairfield Inn & Suites Santa Rosa/Sebastopol

Conveniently located in downtown Sebastopol, the Fairfield Inn is clean with good-sized rooms and a friendly staff. It’s a basic hotel with some nice amenities, including a pool, small gym and free breakfast. Although pleasant and comfortable, this isn’t the kind of place you’ll be lounging about in: instead, use it as a jumping-off point as you venture out to the wineries, Pacific Coast, Armstrong Redwood State Reserve, the Russian River, and other nearby attractions.

Insider Tip

The Sonoma Horticultural Nursery is just 4 miles away. Stroll through the amazing gardens and picnic by the pond. You wouldn’t think you’d be awed by a nursery, but this gem is an exception.

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Lodging / Sebastopol

Pearlessence Vineyard Inn

This is a sweet little bed and breakfast that has only one guest room, and owners Greg and Linda Pearl will dote on you if you let them. Of course, they also know when to leave you alone in this perfectly romantic room with French doors looking out on a splendid garden on one side, and a small, family-owned vineyard on the other. Prepare to be treated to a wine tasting on the back porch upon arrival, then each morning, enjoy a sumptuous home-cooked breakfast, lovingly decorated with flowers and herbs, brought to your room at whatever time you ask.

Insider Tip

The Pearls grow and make their own Pinot Noir, and they love to share it with their guests.

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Lodging / Sebastopol

Winner's Circle at Vine Hill Ranch

This spectacular mansion sleeps 12, so if you manage to gather eleven of your closest friends together for the weekend, you won’t have to be a millionaire to live like one for a few days. The hilltop estate, situated on 60 private acres, offers 360-degree panoramic views of the Russian River Valley, vineyards, and woods. In addition to the 7440-square-foot main house, there’s also an 830-square-foot guest house, for a total of five bedrooms, all with their own bathrooms. Four thousand square feet of patio space with a large heated pool and spa provide even more room to spread out.

Insider Tip

If you happen to own a helicopter, you’re allowed to land it on the property.

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Lodging / Sebastopol

The Magical Tipi

This is the epitome of the free-spirited, quirky, friendly, Sebastopol lifestyle. Rent a private tipi with an outdoor shower and access to the main house’s kitchen, bathroom, music room, large patio, and another, larger tipi on the premises. There are also rooms for rent inside the main house, including the master bedroom with its own bathroom. It might not be the most luxurious of Wine Country stays, but it’s definitely a true Sebastopol experience for those looking for something just a little out of the norm. Owner Miss Daisy is legendary around these parts, and is known for her drumming classes and drum circles and her unparalleled storytelling. I

Insider Tip

The Sebastopol leg of the Joe Rodota Trail is just down the street: the prettiest part of the trail, it’s lined with large trees and blackberry bushes, and is filled with the sounds of birds.

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Lodging / Santa Rosa

Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country

Located just 15 minutes from Sebastopol, the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel in downtown Santa Rosa is built to look like a Tuscan villa and has upscale amenities such as a spa, large pool, capable onsite restaurant, and fitness center. There’s a relaxing area in back of the hotel with a fire pit and lovely flowers, and an especially nice sculpture garden.

Insider Tip

While the hotel itself is going for the Wine Country vibe, it’s actually located next to the hip and artsy Railroad Square Historic District. Old, stone buildings form the central square, while smaller brick buildings line the streets, containing restaurants, a whiskey bar, antique stores and galleries.

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