Our Veranda has been featured on the cover of two B&B guidebooks! Guests relax here while enjoying our evening Wine & Cheese.
The Main building, built in 1876, has eight guestrooms. All rooms have private baths and each showcases a collection of antiques. The living room is the nightly scene for the wine and cheese reception and the Dining Room, with the huge stone fireplace, is located downstairs. Some rooms have spa tubs and fireplaces.
Inn at Occidental is close to Sonoma County's finest wineries, the Armstrong Woods Redwood Forest, the Pacific Ocean, and the mighty Russian River.
The living room, with three sitting areas, provides the weary traveler a colorful respite from the busy world. Adorning the walls is a rare collection of green Majollica plates by Wedgewood. Relax with a cup of coffee in the morning and catch up on reading. A selection of magazines as well as our very popular book, "The Secret Language of Birthdays," offers a variety of topics for lively conversation during our evening wine and cheese reception.
We take great pride in the food we serve. Breakfast includes juice, seasonal fresh fruit, baked goods from our Inn's recipes, and our "world-famous" granola. A hot entree is served and changes daily. We do our best to accommodate any dietary restrictions...just let us know when you make your reservation.
Marble Suite - This roomy suite has a King Bed, living area with loveseat that can convert to a bed, and two easy chairs. A gas fireplace and a whirlpool tub offer the perfect amenities for romance. A collection of marbles is displayed in a thimble case.
Sandwich Glass Suite - Spacious and romantic, this multilevel suite features a queen bed and a wonderful garden view. A spa tub for two and a window seat sit tucked into a cozy nook.
The large sitting room offers an antique mahogany writing table, overstuffed easy chairs, and a fireplace. Named for the curtain tiebacks crafted in the Cape Cod town of Sandwich, this room displays a large collection of the Victorian-era gems.
Cut Glass Suite - This suite features a secluded private patio and a full-size hot tub. An electric fireplace and two Adirondack chairs complete the outdoor area.
Black-and-white landscape photographs, sleek mahogany furniture, and chocolate-brown leather chairs add to the refined and cozy décor. A striking red and white quilt sits on this king bed, and a collection of clear cut-glass bottles from 19th-century England and Ireland grace the bedside shelf.
Quilt Room - With its bold golden walls and vibrant quilts, this fun room is one of the Inn's most colorful rooms. Whimsical and bright, it offers a spa tub for two and
great garden views out the large picture window. Floor lamps in the form of folk-art characters stand sentry on each side of the gas fireplace. A giraffe painting hangs over the sitting area, and big-bellied ceramic friars are now lamps on each side of the queen pine bed. A folk-art rocking cow toy and a five-foot pair of scissors — formerly a tailor's trade sign — complete the quirky setting.
Tiffany Room - The original 1877 bedroom of the property. Queen Charlston Mahogany furniture and featuring a wood-burning fireplace, a four-poster queen canopy bed, and a two-person shower, this dreamy room is a great choice for a honeymoon or an ongoing romance. A tiny mahogany loveseat and wicker easy chairs comprise a cozy sitting area in front of the hearth. A large private deck with two lounge chairs overlooks the Inn's patio gardens and the redwood forest beyond. The lavender walls display a Tiffany silver flatware collection housed in a unique shadow box.
The Sugar Room- The French doors of this classic room open to the beautiful courtyard garden and bubbling fountain. Overstuffed easy chairs sit in front of the fireplace and antique horse-hunting prints hang over the luxurious king bed. A corner shelf displays pressed-pattern glass bowls made for the coarse sugar of the late 1800s. This first-floor room accommodates the physically challenged with a roll-in shower, a hand-held shower head, and a fold-down shower bench.
Ivory Room - Filled with intricate, hand-carved "netsuke", this sunny room features a marvelous collection of 19th-century ivory miniatures from Japan. Over the king bed hang a pair of hand-colored fish prints with intricately carved frames. The sitting area's patchwork swivel chairs cozy up to the brick fireplace.
Enjoy our hosted wine hour on the veranda or in the livingroom.
The focal point of the Courtyard Gardem is the bubbling fountain. The surronding roses interspersed with hydrangea, perennials and annuals beg for one to "stop and smell the roses". Lounge on the chaises and watch the world go by. The arbor is the perfect venue for a garden wedding.
Secluded beneath towering redwoods in the charming hamlet of Occidental, the Inn at Occidental is centrally located to the spectacular vineyards and orchards of Sonoma wine country, the stunning beaches and cliffs of the Sonoma Coast, and the meandering Russian River.
The perfect location, just one hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge in West Sonoma wine country. Relaxed and personal, it lies closer to the sea (and farther from the traffic) than neighboring Napa. It's the wine country with meandering roads and gently sloping hills-where nationally known vineyards and family-run operations exist side by side.
The Inn at Occidental offers formal and informal meeting space and accommodations for weddings, corporate retreats or family gathering. Garden Courtyard surrounded by roses offers a picturesque site for weddings up to 110.
In amenties include: Fireplaces, spa tubs, phones, Directv, wireless internet, business services, concierge, conference and wedding facilities. Spa center nearby.