An Inn 2 Remember, offers charming and romantic wine country accommodations. The Inn was entirely renovated in 2014. Most of our six rooms and suites include gas or wood-burning fireplace, two-person whirlpool tubs, and king or queen beds. Four of our rooms have private entrances and decks overlooking the garden. Our two vintage Sonoma homes were built in 1869 and 1910, but have been completely renovated to offer our guests modern luxury and amenities. Our location less than a block from historic Sonoma Plaza is perfect for shopping, dining and visiting historical locations; guests can park and walk to wineries, restaurants and the local farmers market. We provide a wine country experience that you'll never forget!
Located in the Historical Main House, Rose Garden Room features a King bed and a private bath with shower. This lovely room has an eleven foot ceiling, one large window overlooking the front garden and one on the side. Completely renewed in 2014, with a french vintage style and natural linen bedding to convey a warm and relaxing atmosphere. The natural carpet and paintings are hypoallergenic.
Located in the Historical Main House, Cornflower Room features a King bed and a private bath with shower. This cozy room has and eleven foot ceiling, one large window overlooking the Inn side. Completely renewed in 2014, with a french vintage style and natural linen bedding, to give a warm atmosphere for a perfect vacation. The natural carpet and paintings are hypoallergenic.
Palm Garden Suite is located in the historical rear building with a private deck and garden. Featuring a King Bed, a fireplace, a private bath with shower, a flat screen TV, this rooms offers all comforts you need. Completely renewed in 2014 with a French vintage style, you will experience a charming and timeless stay. Natural carpet and paintings are hypoallergenic
Located in the quiet rear house, our Wisteria Suite features a Queen Bed, a flat screen TV, a private bath with whirpool tub (with shower) and a sitting room with fireplace and a day bed for an extra guest. Completely renewed in 2014 with a fresh vintage style and with a private porch on the side garden, this lovely suite will ensure a memorable and relaxing stay. Natural carpets and paintings are hypoallergenic.
Jasmine Suite is our most private jewel. Located in the historical rear building, this Suite has an entrance in the back, facing our lovely rose garden and fountains. Jasmine room features a Queen bed, flat screen TV, private porch with comfortable chairs where to read a book or taste local wine, and whirlpool tub with shower in a private bath. This quaint cozy room is very quiet and distant from street traffic. it was completely renewed in 2014 with a fresh vintage style and you will love its shabby chic atmosphere. Natural carpets and paintings are hypoallergenic.
Mimosa Suite is our most romantic and large room. Located in the historical rare building and facing the back garden, you will enjoy our beautiful roses and romantic fountains. With a King bed and fireplace to cuddle your stay, whirlpool tub with shower in a private bath, a flat screen TV, and large porch, Mimosa is charmingly welcoming. A large picture window overlooks the front deck and patio. Completely renewed in 2014 with a French vintage style, this is the perfect Suite to have a "Stay 2 remember". Dream your evening in the back patio rocking swing.
5 on December 12, 2013
Wonderful rooms (ours had a sitting area and patio), and a delicious communal breakfast. The inn is perfectly located close to the town square. Kym and Les were great hosts, providing recommendations for 2 fun-filled days of walking, dining, wine tasting and even late-night snacks. We are definitely going back. -J2theB
5 on May 07, 2013
I surprised my wife with a trip to Sonoma for our 5 year anniversary. While researching places to stay, I emailed about 15 different B&Bs in Sonoma and Napa. Kym at an Inn 2 Remember was the only person that called and talked to me on the phone. All of the other B&Bs emailed me a canned message referring me back to their website. We had about a 30 minute conversation going over what all there was to do in Sonoma, what we were interested in, and how she could help us make plans. The next deciding factor was this B&B actually cooks breakfast! So many of the other B&B’s I looked at only serve Danishes and muffins for breakfast. Once we got to the Inn, Les greeted us and gave us a pile of information about the area. He recommended quite a few wineries, places to eat, and sites to see. We spent the first couple nights in the Jasmine room of the rear house. The room was very clean and my wife is really picky about cleanliness. We had a private deck that overlooked the back garden and were able to sit out back and enjoy our hors d’oeuvres Saturday night. We then spent a couple of nights in the Mimosa room. This was a more spacious room but more importantly was the level of cleanliness and its charming décor. We were also able to enjoy the roses in the back garden from our private deck with its own gas fire place and swing. Both rooms had whirlpool tubs that were wonderfully relaxing after some long days walking and hiking. Every breakfast was delicious and beautifully presented. Graham and Dana did an excellent job and were also very helpful in making our daily plans. The entire staff was so nice to talk to and really wanted to make sure we got the most out of our vacation. It is evident that Les and Kym really love what they do and take great pride in making your stay memorable. Overall, we were extremely satisfied and would not look at any other Inn for our next Sonoma trip.
3.4 on April 01, 2013
We stayed here for 3 nights at the end of March. We were attracted to this B & B mainly for its excellent location, one block from Sonoma square, within walking distance of 18 tasting rooms and many restaurants. We received a free tasting card with our stay and Kim gave us recommendations of her favorites, which helped narrow down the choices. Breakfast was great, though the addition of another item such as a scone or muffin with the quiche would be great. We stayed 3 nights and though it was delicious were a bit disappointed to be served the same quiche on day 1 and day 3, maybe mix in another recipe or two for people staying longer. The outdoor jacuzzi was wonderful. We didn't ever use the fire pit, though we intended to, We borrowed bicycles and rode to outlying wineries one day; so much fun! The bikes are first come first serve and some are not in the best condition, so if you want a good bike, you have to get there first. :)
Countryside, Downtown, Small town, Wine country
San Francisco, CA (SFO) 57 miles
1. Head west 0.3 mi 2. Keep right at the fork 0.3 mi 3. Take the ramp to I-380 W 1.0 mi 4. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-380 W/I-280 W/San Bruno and merge onto I-380 W 1.9 mi 5. Take exit 5A to merge onto I-280 N toward San Francisco 6.0 mi 6. Continue onto CA-1 N (signs for 19th Ave/Golden Gate Bridge) 7.5 mi 7. Take the ramp to Golden Gate Bridge 0.3 mi 8. Merge onto US-101 N 20.7 mi 9. Take exit 460A for CA-37 toward Napa/Vallejo 0.4 mi 10. Continue straight 0.2 mi 11. Continue straight onto CA-37 E 7.1 mi 12. Turn left onto CA-121 N 6.5 mi 13. Slight right onto CA-121 N/Fremont Dr (signs for State Route 121/Sonoma/Napa) 0.8 mi 14. Slight left onto Broadway (signs for State Route 12/Sonoma/Boyes Hot Springs) 3.8 mi 15. Turn left onto W Napa St 325 ft 16. Take the 1st right onto 1st St W 0.1 mi 17. Take the 1st left onto W Spain St Destination will be on the left
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Live Music, National/State parks, Picnic area, Tours, Vineyard, Winery
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , gluten free
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