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San Francisco to Redwoods

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I would like some help planning a trip to see the Redwoods and visit a winery (or a few). I was 10 the last time I was there and my husband has never been to CA, this will be for our 5th anniversary. We are from Colorado and would like to enjoy CA, not the highways.
So far my plan is, fly into San Francisco and drive 101 to 128 then highway 1 to a Bed and Breakfast in Westport, Howard Creek Ranch Inn. Hike the next day, stay another night at Howard Creek Ranch Inn and then stay in a Bed and Breakfast in Napa valley, or another vine area.
Questions: Will we be within an hour drive of a great redwoods forest from Westport? Are there any good restaurants/winery to stop at headed north? Do you have any recommendations for a B&B near vineyards?
Any suggestions?

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