In a well-preserved Italianate Victorian constructed in 1869, this colorful B&B sits on a quiet residential street a block from the main square. The parlors downstairs are chockablock with ceramics and other decorative items, and rooms are individually decorated with antiques. Each room has its own charms, such as a canopy bed, a claw-foot tub, or a whirlpool bath. You can save money by booking the cozy (and popular) budget room, which has a large private bath across
Jun 27, 2011
My husband and I recently returned from a 4-night stay at The Camellia Inn in Healdsburg, CA. We were celebrating both of our 40th birthdays and this was the perfect place. Our room was large, very comfortable and quiet. The breakfasts were wonderful and filling. We especially enjoyed the wine and appetizers nightly by the pool. It gave us another chance to engage in great conversations with the other guests, as well as swap tips for wineries
and restaurants. Our host, Lucy, was amazingly helpful. She made all of our dinner reservations and even got us into Cyrus last minute. Every morning us would help us review our route, makes suggestions and ensure that we had passes for any wineries we were visiting. Her advice really helped keep our trip carefree and simply enjoyable. The location was perfect. The street was very quiet but the close proximity to town allowed us to walk to restaurants and shopping. The grounds were beautifully cared for and peaceful. We cannot wait to return!