Tucked amidst the picturesque vineyards and mountains of Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley, The Geyserville Inn is the quintessential Northern California Wine Country getaway and the only area hotel located in a vineyard. Locally owned and operated by two generations of Christensen family members, our AAA-rated Inn blends all the comfort and elegance of a contemporary boutique hotel with the intimacy, warmth and unhurried ambiance of a rustic bed and breakfast.
Make the scenic eighty-mile drive from San Francisco, CA, and you’ll find yourself in the land of lush, rolling hills, surrounded by some of Sonoma’s most celebrated wineries - including Geyser Peak, Clos Du Bois, Canyon Road, Silver Oak, Trentadue, Pedroncelli and Ferrari-Carano. Make the 30-minute drive to Calistoga and you’ll take in some of the most beautiful scenery in Napa Valley, with Route 128’s rolling hills and wineries offering plenty of opportunities for painting and photography.
As a remarkably affordable alternative to the more expensive Healdsburg and Napa Valley Hotels, The Geyserville Inn boasts 38 luxury guestrooms and three king suites with views of the pool or neighboring vineyards. All accommodations have either a balcony or fireplace along with sophisticated furnishings, complimentary wireless Internet access and daily housekeeping.
Located next door to the Inn, our signature dining spot, the award-winning Hoffman House Restaurant, has been reimagined as the Geyserville Grille. This beautifully restored Craftsman-style bungalow showcases authentic California Wine Country culture and cuisine coupled with an extensive selection of local vintages to pair with any dish. Enjoy dining on our patio under the trees, redwood pool deck, or inside at the bar or at one of the tables looking at the neighboring vineyards.
Our welcoming family of staff members is made up of locals and we are available to arrange winery tours, special events and recreational excursions to take advantage of the breathtaking natural beauty of the Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys.