If you’re planning a trip to Sonoma County, chances are you’re planning on tasting some wines. Myriad options exist for accommodation, but why not keep to the general theme of the weekend and book a room at the Grape Leaf Inn on Johnson Street in Healdsburg, the newest venture from Ken and Diane Wilson of Wilson Artisan Wineries? The Wilsons have been crafting innovative boutique wines in the region for many years, and a stay at the Grape Leaf includes complimentary tastings at all nine of their properties across Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.
The charming Victorian-era inn is replete with opulent period details like stained-glass windows, skylights, fireplaces, romantic antique four-poster beds, and even a tucked-away “speakeasy” style bar for ambient after-dinner drinks. Thirteen suites and rooms with names like Champagne, Sangiovese, and Syrah are all individually appointed, so choose a room to fit your personality—or your taste in wine.
The inn is surrounded by a wraparound deck overlooking beautifully-manicured gardens, the perfect place to sip a glass of local pinot in the evening or enjoy one of the made-to-order gourmet breakfasts the Grape Leaf provides every morning. It’s wine country. Let the incredibly hospitable team at the Grape Leaf Inn make up a bed for you and pour you a welcome glass.