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Glen Ellen’s Gaige House sold

  Glen Ellen's Gaige House has new owners who have partnered with the Monterey-based Four Sisters Inns to manage the luxury hotel. A release issued by The Four Sisters on Friday did not disclose who purchased the 23-room boutique inn or how much they paid. The Gaige House was listed [...]

By | June 1st, 2012|0 Comments

Be a celebrity guest in Geyserville

Geyserville is where you might find the outrageous, the quirky, the classy. The little town that sits in the shadow of Healdsburg and fancies itself "The Wine Capital of Sonoma County, " is where you'll find the quirky Isis Oasis Egyptian-style sanctuary, renowned art collector Steve Oliver's extraordinary private outdoor [...]

By | April 23rd, 2012|0 Comments

Take a learning staycation in Anderson Valley

Wise elders will share decades of knowledge and experience in a series of workshops at The Madrones, a little bit of Italy in the middle of Mendocino County's Anderson Valley. Host Jim Roberts, a designer who has spent years creating this tasteful center for food, wine, art and respite along [...]

By | April 17th, 2012|0 Comments

Sonoma Canopy Tours offers helmet cams to record thrills

In case you're too terrified or awestruck to register what you're seeing as you fly through the trees, Sonoma Canopy Tours is offering handy Helmet Cams to help you record the moment. Ziplining through the redwoods as if you were a fortunate bird is a singular way to get out [...]

By | April 16th, 2012|2 Comments

Classic car show returns to SoCo Fairgrounds

Greg Grundstrom is bringing back the classic car shows he loved so much as a kid. The 33-year-old exotic car mechanic is behind the revival of the Santa Rosa Custom Auto Show, debuting at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds this weekend, March 9 to 11. You don't even have to be [...]

By | March 7th, 2012|0 Comments

Napa Valley hotel lets you leave the workout gear at home

If you find yourself overnighting in Napa without your workout gear the Westin Verasa has got you covered. The hotel will lend you everything you need to work off some of those extra calories picked up after a long day of tasting and one of Chef Ken Frank's four [...]

By | March 5th, 2012|0 Comments

Madrona Manor one of OpenTable’s Top 100 Romantic Restaurants in U.S.

Open Table diners have declared Healdsburg's Madrona Manor one of the most romantic restaurants in the country. The Victorian jewel perched on a knoll at the entrance to the Dry Creek Valley was one of only five Bay Area restaurants to make the Top 100 list of romantic dining spots. [...]

By | February 10th, 2012|0 Comments

Walking tours offer new look at Napa Valley

A walking tour can help you see through new eyes, a neighborhood, a street or a building you have may have already visited 100 times before. The Napa County Landmarks Commission is leading a series of walking tours that will offer new insights into familiar valley spots. The [...]

By | February 3rd, 2012|0 Comments

New kitchen-equipped trolley tools among Sonoma Valley tasting rooms

Several months ago we tipped  you off to The Vine Line, a purple school bus that will shuttle you among wineries in the Sonoma Valley so you can taste away with no worries about getting behind the wheel. Now there's another way to safely tool around the Valley of the [...]

By | February 2nd, 2012|0 Comments

Farmhouse Inn package with Cyrus is a 3 Michelin Star Deal

We told you earlier this month about a sizzling  hot deal between Cyrus and The Healdsburg Inn good through April. Well Sonoma County's most exclusive restaurant is also teaming up with Forestville's Farmhouse Inn for a Celebration Package that can be added on to any overnight stay. For $395 you [...]

By | January 25th, 2012|0 Comments