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20822 River Blvd, Monte Rio, CA 95462-9758, USA    
  • Free Night Participating Inn

Mark Belhumeur, Philip Hampton


Circa 1906. A serene setting, year-round attractions, legendary food and unsurpassed views are easy to appreciate at this all-season resort with handicap access that features an eclectic blend of antiques and con...

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Nice location and grounds, but...

The room itself was fair, though things seemed a bit run down. Our two biggest complaints were the smell and the breakfast. The hallway and stairway smelled as though something had died and decayed under the carpet. Fortunately the smell wasn’t in the room. The breakfast consisted of hot water in a coffee pot, packages of instant oatmeal, a very poor showing of pastry and hard-boiled eggs that we were unable to peel. The grounds were beautifully maintained, and the view of the river from the room was great. The restaurant may be their main focus, but we didn't try it due to the negatives already mentioned.
Matt S
Modesto, CA

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San Francisco Chronicle (2001), Mobility (2002), AAA/CSAA VIA (2002), Silver Medal Award in Sonoma County Harvest Fair Wine List Competition, Arringtons Bed and Breakfast Journal (Top 15 USA Meeting Facilities), Spirit of Sonoma Award (2003), KRCB San Francisco, Lore says, “Site of 1942 Bing Crosby/Fred Astair movie Holiday Inn best known for introducing the immortalized Irving Berlin song White Christmas.” Spectacular views of Russian River & California Redwoods.