The Victorian House, originally built in 1886 by Eurastus Shelford, offers three cozy guest rooms with lots of window seats for viewing the surrounding Alexander Valley vineyards. Comfort and elegance combine to bring you the ultimate bed and breakfast experience in Sonoma County.
Each guest room is appointed with period furniture, and has heirloom antiques, luxurious linens, and plush towels. Embraced by the wide wrap-around verandah, guests in the Victorian House are encouraged to relax with a glass of wine and enjoy views of the surrounding vineyards and flame-colored sunsets.
The living and dining rooms are also available for guests’ use throughout their stay. A butler’s pantry offers complimentary hot and cold beverages for guests. The innkeeper’s quarters are located in a separate building between the Victorian House and the Carriage House.