Ratings based on 16 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Quirky but overall a decent valuePosted Oct 13, 2011 on Hotels.com
If you are looking for the quintessential Bed & Breakfast pampering experience, this is not it. But the innkeeper is delightful, the place is cozy and cute and the escape we were looking for. Rooms are very small and the tub/shower could use some water pressure upgrading. Would try to get one of the two rooms with private decks facing the vineyards behind (Laguna or Sage Rooms) for an enhanced experience.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great place!Posted Jul 19, 2011
Stayed here for a night before the Vineman 70.3 triathlon this month, and it was wonderful. The Vineyard Room was very pleasant with the jacuzzi tub, and Kathy was so wonderfully nice and helpful. She let us have our dog in the room with us (as he would normally stay in the SUV at places that don't allow pets), and she took care of my wife very well after I went off at 500am to go partake in the race in Guerneville. The bed was comfy, the wireless was helpful, and it was just what I needed the night before a triathlon -- and just what my wife needed after she dropped me off at the start. Thank you!
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Orange County, CA
A cozy and comforting get a way in the vineyards of Sonoma, look forward to relaxing againPosted May 31, 2011
We enjoyed the Vine Hill Inn very much, with its vintage, quiet, charming room and warm welcoming proprietor and hostess. With wonderful coffee and delicious breakfasts and the sharing of knowledge and experience, a great way to start your morning. To improve upon this charming and cozy B&B, would be to perhaps upgrade the linens to a crisp white. Relax, listen to the fountain, swim, walk, read, smell the flowers at the The Vine Hill Inn, enjoy the country life style. Down any road from the Inn you'll find a wine tasting paradise, with charming historical towns and the beautiful countryside. We look forward to our next visit.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Chicago, IL
Lovely GetawayPosted Sep 22, 2010 on Hotels.com
It's a lovely little B&B off the beaten path. Kathy, the woman running the place, was nothing but fantastic. She was everything you would hope for - welcoming, sweet, smart, great cook (pancakes were terrific), and helpful. She made the stay even that much more enjoyable. The house itself was exactly what you'd expect, complete with chickens in the backyard. The view from our private deck was spectacular, and while the rooms are old and outdated, that only added to the charm. A great night away from it all.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Food, Lines, view, inn all great!! rooms are small.Posted Nov 16, 2009 on Hotels.com
This B&B was very nice, and the owner was very friendly. For breakfast she made a beautiful fruit cup, followed by freshly made breads, and rolls. I had a simple serving of eggs with thick bacon, and a perfect cup of coffee. The inn was very quiet and overlooked a small vineyard. The linens in the rooms were the best I have ever felt, and an amazing large jetted tub. The only negative is that the rooms are rather small. Overall a very pleasant stay.
by A verified travelerfrom Virginia
First and Last B&BPosted Oct 28, 2009
This was our first stay at a bed and breakfast, we stayed for 4 nights. The inn keeper was very nice, but this is her home, so her sick granddaughter came to stay, an extra dog, and other friends were in and out. We stayed in the Laguna room. The problem with this room is the bathroom is separated from the bedroom by a half wall - no door! This means you will have to hear each other go to the bathroom, or leave the room for a little privacy. Also the jetted tub is very small, barely big enough for one, and no shower. Our balcony was small, had no view and no sun. We did look at the other rooms and the sage room was nice, had a very large balcony with a nice view and faced the sun, plus a private bathroom with shower! The other problem we found out with bed and breakfast's is the lack of privacy. The beds squeak and the house is not very well 'sound proof'. You can hear the inn keeper downstairs in her room and in the morning in the kitchen pulling out pots and pans. Also there is no TV in the bedrooms, there is wireless internet if you bring along your laptop. So overall we learned that bed and breakfast's were not for us if we are staying for any extended length of time, but Sebastopol's location is very convenient if you plan on touring the Russian River Valley area.