A genteel antidote to Healdsburg's mania for tech-chic accommodations, this inn occupies a 19th-century office building whose former tenants include a Wells, Fargo & Co. Express office and stagecoach stop. The rooms, done in muted shades of green, brown, blue, and yellow, have high ceilings and electric or gas fireplaces and retain some original architectural elements. As the name suggests, the inn sits right on Healdsburg Plaza, making this a sensible choice if you'll
be dining in town during your stay. Wine and cheese are laid out each evening in the upstairs common room, where breakfast (included in the rate) also is served.