What We Love
- A relaxing and rustic stay in California wine country, with a winery tour and tasting and moreEnjoying a local vintage – and a delicious meal along with it – outdoors at the Geyserville Grille
- The proximity to the area’s renowned wineries
- The tranquil setting, complete with rolling hills and vineyards
What To Know
- Free WiFi can be slow
- There's free covered parking onsite
- There's no elevator – only stairs – so if you have mobility issues, be sure to book a room on the ground floor
It doesn’t get much more idyllic than a backdrop of Northern Californian mountains and vineyards – except, perhaps, if there are vineyards in the foreground as well. Locally owned and operated for two generations, and surrounded by world-class wineries and vineyards, the AAA three-diamond-rated Geyserville Inn pairs wine-country warmth and rusticity with the comforts of a modern boutique hotel.
For the full experience, start the day at this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner with a dip in the solar-heated pool before setting off for a day of wine tasting. When you return – floored by the stunning scenery of Sonoma County, no doubt – you can wrap up your relaxing day with a delicious meal on the outdoor patio at the Geyserville Grille.
Rooms at Geyserville Inn are bright and comfortable, with plush bedding and often a balcony or a fireplace. Choose from a Deluxe Queen room with one queen bed or a Deluxe Fireplace King room with one king bed and – you guessed it – a fireplace.
At the Geyserville Grille, you’ll enjoy new American dishes in a casual setting, with the choice of dining under the oak trees, on the redwood pool deck or in one of the dining rooms.
Located 80 miles from San Francisco, Geyserville Inn is surrounded by some of Sonoma’s most recognized wineries. Scenic Calistoga in Napa Valley is only a 30-minute drive away, and there are plenty of recreational activities in which to take part in the surrounding Dry Creek and Alexander Valley areas.
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When we pulled up it looks very nice from the outside and well kept. Excellent views and settings. We were not happy once in the room. For me once I notice a few things wrong I start noticing more. The room was nice large and appeared to have e been remodeled but these thing are what I saw, I did take photos to support my complaint and also proof I was there. The six panel doors had dust that had been there awhile and not cleaned, need extremely paint touch up with dirt and dust from dampness in the bathroom. Around the sink behind faucet dirt it caulking, dirt on plug near faucet with large black hair and dirt. The night light did not work and yes I turned the room light off to check, but other than it not working it hand dirt or mold in it. The mini blinds broken and could easily be repaired, door to balcany also needed paint touch up and near that door spot on wall not sure but looked like blood. With little maintance and touch up painting this could be an excellent Stay. Not to be all negative bed was extremely comfortable and excellent veiw. You can see in the photos. Sorry to be so critical but this place has potential.
Easy to find from the highway, yet tucked away in its own private setting!
We were travelling through San Fran on a road trip but didn't want to burn a big chunk of the budget to stay in a $700 hotel downtown. We found this little gem only an hour away which turned to be a much more relaxing setting anyway!
We had a ground floor room that looked out onto nice gardens and trees, making the balcony a great place to hang out. It had a fireplace, king bed, desk, coffee machine, etc. While not being the most dazzling room on our trip, it still didn't lack anything at all.
The restaurant at the hotel had such a pretty outdoor setting and really great food and wine selections.
For the money we saved not to stay in San Fran, this was such a great compromise.
This has been on my mind since our ill fated visit in December 2017.
I booked another stay at Geyserville Inn, this time for our anniversary celebration. Previous stays were more than satisfactory, our last visit was less so.
Our weekend started well when we were greeted by a wonderful night clerk. We checked in with no problems. The room was clean and tidy but was not as nice as rooms in the past. For the price we paid, the furniture was shabby and nicked, television was much smaller than previous stays, bathroom sink was very slow draining.
Our second, and last night, was a terrible experience. The guests in a neighboring room were having obviously loud (possibly drunk) conversations, with jumping and heavy footfalls, and banging doors about in their room at 10:30PM. After a personal visit and three telephone calls to the front desk the guests were still unruly. The men at front desk were aware of who was staying in the adjacent room and understood the issue. One of them paid a visit to the neighboring room. They mentioned if they didn’t quiet down they would call the police. We were offered to move a few rooms away but at that time of night we felt we shouldn’t be the one’s to be inconvenienced and disrupt our stay. In essence, police were not called and the neighbors didn’t quiet down until they felt like it (or passed out around 11:45PM or so).
Needless to say, our last evening was a horrible experience after a wonderful anniversary dinner celebration.
Got in at 11pm last night, checked in with an otherwise very friendly guy at that the front desk. He gave us a key for a room, pointed us to the direction of the building we were in. We drove over, unloaded our stuff - no room by the name "Merlot" to be found. I walked all the way back to the front desk, asked for clarification.
At that time a very loud group from a wedding was checking in, and the front desk guy went to help them and disappeared for *several* minutes while we just stood there at 1130pm at night 20 plus minutes after we had originally checked in.
We patiently waited After trying to show me on a map (which made no sense - not sure it was even a map of the property) he admitted **he didn't know where the room was himself** . You cannot make this stuff up.
Money was refunded, we drover 100 miles home. Thanks for completely ruining our weekend away.
This hotel is a hidden gem! Although it is located close to the freeway, it is extremely quiet and peaceful. Beautiful grounds, views of vineyards, very professional front desk. The rooms are elegantly simple. It is like staying in a beautifully restored home of yesteryear. I love staying here, it is my second visit, and I will be back!