An intimate Wine Country Bed and Breakfast, the Haydon Street Inn is located in the picturesque town of Healdsburg -- on secluded tree-shaded grounds in a quiet residential neighborhood. You'll feel at home in this Queen Anne Victorian, built at the turn of the century. Relax in one of our antique furnished parlors, or on the curving front porch, or in the colorful garden. Just a short walk away is the historic town plaza with its fine boutiques, antique shops, and restaurants. And the fabulous wineries of the Dry Creek, Alexander, and Russian River Valleys -- California's prime grape growing regions -- are only a few minutes away by car. Enjoy wine-tasting in this region known for great cabernets, zinfandels, and chardonnays, or delight in a picnic overlooking the always beautiful and serene vineyards. The Healdsburg area is known for great bicycling, hot-air ballooning and the nearby river provides great recreation.
4.2 on August 19, 2016
This B + B is in a quiet residential neighborhood, but within walking distance to the town square (~ 5 min.) The innkeepers are down-to-earth people who enjoy running a B + B and have great ideas on where to go and what to do. Just ask. John is a former chef, and his gourmet breakfasts alone are a reason to stay here. Guests are also offered homemade snacks and wine in the afternoons. The rooms/bathrooms are clean, well maintained and lovingly decorated, but not over the top. Our bed was very comfortable. There is a TV room and sitting room as well as a porch and garden for guests to enjoy as well. Overall, a great experience!
4.8 on August 10, 2016
My wife and I are not a B&B couple, but we took a recommendation form a coworker to stay at the Hayden Street Inn. With reservation we took the recommendation and might I say we blown away. The charm of the Inn was perfect as was the room. Very spacious, comfortable and clean. The bathroom was better then the ones at the Conrad and the sheets were just as comfortable. The innkeepers John and Karen were outstanding! They were there if you needed them and not if you didn't. Don't miss music on the square on Tuesday or John's three course breakfast. I am in the foodservice industry and work with some top chef's, John stands right there with them! thanks again John and Karen!
4.8 on June 25, 2012
John and Karen are wonderful innkeepers. John's breakfasts are not the cup of coffee and bowl of granola fare. Instead they are indicative of John's experience as a chef. The pizza and wine are not to be missed on Friday afternoon. Karen knows Healdsburg like a native and her suggestions are extremely helpful. We will return.
4.2 on June 25, 2012
John and Keren were great hosts, and the food was outstanding. We spent a long weekend there to celebrate our 25th anniversary. The Turret room was very nice! They also made some excellent suggestions for wineries and for restaurants in the area that we did not have on our original list - much appreciated! We would certainly stay there again!
3.8 on November 05, 2011
My husband and I so enjoyed our stay at this lovely Inn. The hosts were gracious, the breakfast was amazing, and we enjoyed getting to know other guests. Also, the location was perfect as we were able to walk to the plaza for dinner each night. Beautiful and relaxing front porch and courtyard as well. The only disappointing thing was the size of our room... very tight!
4.4 on November 03, 2011
My husband and I spent a terrific weekend with our grown son and girlfriend at this lovely inn. The rooms were attractive and the beds were extremely comfortable. Our inn keepers were knowledgeable, friendly and the breakfast was top notch.We enjoyed dinner at the Barndiva and a self guided bike tour outfitted by Wine Country Bikes in Healdsburg. We visited several wineries along Dry Creek with a yummy lunch along the way at the surprisingly gourmet dry Creek General Store.
4.8 on October 15, 2011
Highly recommend. Keren & John are gracious hosts and with the Inn's period decor, we considered ourselves guests in their home. John's breakfasts are delicious and the evening wine hour is a friendly gathering -looked forward to John's homemade pizza but afternoon showers prevented firing up the o/s oven. The location was great for our initial visit (Michiganders) as we took day trips to the coast and upper Napa Valley as well as "local" wine tastings.
4.2 on September 29, 2011
It was our first time in Healdsburg... Great company - we met the nicest people during our stay here - and the town is walking distance away. We had dinner both nights in town and enjoyed great recommendations and wonderful food. Healdsburg is a truly pleasant place to visit and we can't wait to come back. Too bad we ate out our second night because John decided to have an impromtu and most unexpected outdoor pizza oven night - he is truly an artist and a generous host. Our room was gorgeous and comfortable, coffee spectacular, hospitality was endless and the breakfasts were to die for. We'll be back.
4.8 on August 02, 2011
My wife and I stayed in the Sunset Room at The Haydon St Inn for 2 nights as part of our honeymoon in July 2011. We loved the Inn from the moment we arrived (conveniently just in time for Wine Hour) and enjoyed our stay immensely. The room was well appointed and was really charming. Our hosts John & Keren made us feel very welcome and the service was outstanding. A special mention must be given for the unbelievable 3 course breakfasts. A real treat and most unexpected. Location was great with just a 5 min walk into the centre of town. Highly recommended and we will definitely be back!
4.6 on May 18, 2011
The Haydon Street in is the perfect location to stay in Healdsberg. It is walking distance to downtown and within driving distance to many other wineries. The rooms are comfortable and the breakfast is wonderful! The Innkeepers were also very helpful providing recommendations on places to visit and places to eat. We highly recommend this Bed and Breakfast.
Small town, Wine country
San Francisco, CA (SFO) 75 miles
Northbound Highway 101: North of Santa Rosa, take the 2nd Healdsburg Exit (Central Healdsburg). Take Healdsburg Avenue to Matheson (at the Plaza), turning right onto Matheson. Travel East 3 blocks on Matheson, turning right onto Fitch. Travel South 2 blocks on Fitch, then turn left onto Haydon. The Inn will be the 3rd house on the left. Southbound Highway 101: South of Geyserville, take Westside Road/Mill Street Exit, going left under the freeway on Mill Street. Turn left onto Healsburg Avenue. Take Headsburg Avenue to Matheson (at the Plaza), turning right onto Matheson. Travel East 3 blocks on Matheson, turning right onto Fitch. Travel South 2 blocks on Fitch, then turn left onto Haydon.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet , Ironing Board and Iron available upon request., Some rooms have jacuzzi tubs
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Hot air Ballooning, Standup Paddle Boarding, Standup Paddle Boarding, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Full three-course breakfast