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Russian River Lodging: Sonoma Wine Country Inns, Cottages & Boutique Hotels

RUSSIAN RIVER & SONOMA WINE COUNTRY INNS are romantic Bed and Breakfast Inns, Cottages and small Boutique Hotels located in the Sonoma Wine Country, Russian River Recreation area, the only Sonoma County Wine appellation with Vineyards, towering ancient Redwoods and a Pacific Ocean Coast.

A beautiful blend of elegance and country warmth, these California wine country inns, cottages and hotels can be found in historic Russian River resort towns like Guerneville, Forestville and Healdsburg. As well as the immensely popular Sonoma Wine Country towns of Occidental, Sebastopol, Cloverdale and Sonoma.

Russian River Inns has gained public and media attention for the quality and diversity of Wine Country accommodations. Popular among travelers is the comfortably casual atmosphere at Inn at Occidental, Avalon Luxury Inn and Santa Nella House. The cozy Fern Grove Cottages’ proximity to the banks of the Russian River is complimented by the historic River Belle Inn, Haydon Street Inn, Camellia Inn, Bella Luna Inn and Raford Inn’s placement in the iconic town of Healdsburg. Case Ranch Inn is a Victorian farmhouse built around 1894, now lovingly restored, and is a registered Sonoma County historical landmark. Elegant bed and breakfast inns like the Sonoma Orchid Inn, next to Korbel Winery and The Woods Resort in Guerneville is a special experience for Russian River/Sonoma Wine Country travelers.

All Russian River Innkeepers share a dedication to each guest in true Sonoma County fashion: genuine friendliness, warmth and hospitality.

Day trips to Armstrong Woods, the Sonoma Coast, Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Valley, as well as our own Russian River Valley vineyards can be combined with easy drives to the historic town of Sonoma and the Napa Valley making the Russian River Inns a great choice for Sonoma County lodging.

FEATURED RUSSIAN RIVER LODGING
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sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country map of wine regions and towns

FAMILY REUNIONS, GIRLFRIEND GETAWAYS, CORPORATE RETREATS
Let us introduce you to Case Ranch Inn … the perfect venue for group stays!

This beautiful inn sits on 2 acres on a country road and is a registered National Wildlife Federation Backyard Wildlife Habitat. Enjoy the large deck under the shade of our old Sycamore trees, walk in the gardens, relax on the east-facing wrap-around front porch. Case Ranch Inn captures the intimacy of a traditional bed and breakfast where they provide the personalized service and warm hospitality of a small country inn. With a large, beautifully appointed, meeting space, three guest rooms in the main house as well as a Vineyard Bungalow and Sycamore Cottage, Case Ranch Inn is well suited to hosting groups: family reunions, girlfriend getaways, corporate retreats, business conferences … and so much more!

Bring your family, friends, those you love for an unforgettable retreat to the Sonoma Wine Country (Available Thanksgiving weekend: Fri-Sun, as well as from Christmas through New Years.)

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LONELY PLANET ON THE SONOMA WINE COUNTRY AND THE RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY
Sonoma’s varied terrain produces some of the lushest crops in the USA

Sonoma County North, California, USA: One of California’s most geographically diverse counties, Sonoma is also one of its most vibrant wine areas. The Coast Ranges hug the Pacific Ocean on the western side of Sonoma County, protecting it from the cold ocean currents rushing along the coast from the north.

On the far eastern side, the Mayacamas Mountains carve the county line between Sonoma and Napa. In the middle, the Russian River Valley creates a series of rippling hills and flood plains. And it’s the notable change in temperature and conditions, between coastal and inland reaches, that enables such diversity in northern Sonoma’s wines.

Home to 17 different winegrowing regions, or AVAs, Sonoma County grows everything from full-bodied Zinfandel to structural Bordeaux blends, spicy Rhône varieties, elegant Pinot Noir and refreshing, crisp whites.

The region enjoys warm daytime temperatures ample enough for producing robust reds, with still fairly cool nights, and this combination leads to wines with plenty of flavour and bright, refreshing acidity.

There’s nothing quite like going to source: sipping that perfectly crisp Chardonnay amidst the rustic, rolling landscapes that brought it into being.

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sonoma wine country map of wine regions and towns

ABOUT THE RUSSIAN RIVER

The Russian River, a southward-flowing river, drains 1,485 square miles of Sonoma and Mendocino counties in Northern California. It is the second-largest river (after the Sacramento River) flowing through the nine-county Greater San Francisco Bay Area, with a mainstem 110 miles long.

The Russian River springs from the Laughlin Range about 5 miles east of Willits in Mendocino County. It flows generally southward to join the East Fork Russian River just below Lake Mendocino.

From there the Russian River flows south, past Ukiah and Hopland, and crosses into Sonoma County just north of Cloverdale. Closely paralleled by U.S. Route 101, it descends into the Alexander Valley. After it makes a series of sweeping bends, the river turns westward, where it is spanned by the Wohler Bridge, and it is joined by Mark West Creek north of Forestville, followed by Green Valley Creek to the south. The river passes Rio Nido and Guerneville. In that area, State Route 116 parallels the river, bordering it past Guernewood Park and Monte Rio.

Highway 1 crosses over the river before it flows into the Pacific Ocean between Jenner and Goat Rock Beach. The Russian River estuary is recognized for protection by the California Bays and Estuaries Policy. The mouth is about 60 miles north of the San Francisco Bay's Golden Gate bridge.

The lower Russian River is a popular spring, summer, and fall destination for navigation and recreation. It is very safe at that time for swimming and boating, with a gentle current. The river can be dangerous in the winter, with swift current and muddy water.

Complete details on Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_River_(California)