From the street this looks like a standard small-town hotel, but once you cross the threshold you start picking up on the laid-back sophistication that makes the entire Anderson Valley so appealing. Rooms are decorated with artful linens and perfectly weathered tiles; some are painted in soft shades of tangerine or lime, others with subdued earth tones brightened with sky blue. The largest rooms can accommodate three, while the smallest are quite snug. Out back in the garden there are free-standing cottages, including a well-appointed bungalow with a private porch and hammock. The newest, the Roadhouse, has three rooms, each with a separate entrance and deck. Public spaces include a large terrace and a sitting room with a fireplace and a collection of books and games.