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Lodging in Mendocino County (Anderson Valley, Booneville, ??)

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I'm in the beginning stages of planning a trip to Mendocino County, primarily to visit wineries in the Anderson Valley, but also to do some light hiking, and, of course, for the food and general beauty of the area.

But I'm confused about how to focus my search for lodging. Is it better to stay in a town, and if so, which one? There are also many slightly more remote properties that look drop-dead gorgeous, but obviously require driving to get anywhere at all. But, they offer beautiful access to nature.

Budget: I'd like to stay under $300 a night; well under would be great. Amenities: nothing specific. Included breakfast is always nice, but we both dislike B&B style communal dining, so that's out, and we wouldn't mind getting breakfast on our own. Spa is not an attraction; TV would be nice but, like breakfast, not strictly necessary. As I said, B&B's are not our thing, so small and twee would not be ideal :-)

TIA! I look forward to suggestions!

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