So you’ve read our post about how amazing Anderson Valley is, and you’ve decided that a weekend getaway to Anderson Valley sounds like the perfect trip. Congrats, you make good choices. But where should you stay?
From the fanciest hotel in Philo, to the budget option in Cloverdale, and even camping and the best places to stay for groups… we’ve rounded up where to stay in Anderson Valley for your perfect wine tasting trip!
The Boonville Hotel
The Boonville Hotel is smack dab in the middle of charming Boonville. Conveniently, it’s walking distance to many awesome wineries and eateries. And it also houses one of the best restaurants in town — Table 128.
The Toll House
The Toll House is located on 650 acres with private trails, gorgeous views, and is 5 miles from Boonville. With three different multi-room accommodations that sleep from 12-6 people, it’s perfect for large families, or groups of close friends. So if you have a larger crew in tow, book the Toll House.
The Madrones is a winery, restaurant, and hotel with several guest rooms. There are also two cabins available at their neighboring property The Brambles. It’s located right next door to our favorite winery in Anderson Valley — Goldeneye.
Indian Creek Inn
They have a total of fifteen rooms divided between three buildings. The Standard rooms are small. The Deluxe Rooms are more spacious. And the Suites offer a master bedroom and an additional bedroom which are designed for a family of four. And the other building has a dining and living room area are shared by five rooms — perfect for a group of around ten people.
Anderson Valley Inn
Located across from Scharffenberger Cellars Winery, the Anderson Valley Inn offers comfortable and affordable lodging in the heart of Mendocino Wine Country.
Cloverdale Wine Country Inn
The Cloverdale Wine Country Inn is basically Best Western (because it actually used to be a Best Western). It’s a great budget option — save that extra cash for more bottles of wine!
The Highlands Estate
The Highlands Estate is a super-cute B&B in the Yorkville highlands. It’s a retreat for adults, so no children under 18. Which means, this is the place to go if you want a grown-up weekend get-away.
Anderson Valley hotel alternatives:
Get creative and check out the Airbnb options in the Anderson Valley. You can cater your search to exactly what you need — large groups, pet-friendly, budget rooms, etc. See what gems you can find!
There are a couple of campsites good for camper vans or pitching tents. Check out:
- Indian Creek Park — This is a small park which is closer to town and to a shuttle stop.
- Mendocino County Fairgrounds — RV and tent park at the fairgrounds in Boonville.
- Hendy Woods State Park — This is more nature-style camping. You can book a campsite in the beautiful Hendy Woods over here.