Fodor's Expert Review The Boonville Hotel

14050 Hwy. 128, Boonville, California, 95415, USA Fodor's Choice

From the street, this looks like a standard small-town hotel with nine freestanding cottages and a two-room, two-story building in the back garden, but once you cross the threshold you begin to sense the laid-back sophistication that makes the entire Anderson Valley so appealing. Rooms are decorated with linens and 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, the smallest only two. Public spaces include a large terrace and a sitting room with books, games, and a fireplace.

PROS

  • stylish but homey
  • beautiful gardens and grounds
  • on-site Table 128 restaurant for prix-fixe meals served family style
  • stylish yet homey
  • restaurant's excellent prix-fixe meals

CONS

  • friendly but straightforward service—don't expect to be pampered
  • two-night stay required on most weekends
  • friendly but straightforward service—don't expect to be pampered
  • two-night stay required on most weekends
  • not great for kids
  • lacks big-hotel amenities
  • minimum-stay requirement most weekends
  • no TVs or phones, no air-conditioning in some rooms
  • no TVs or phones, no a/c in some rooms

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Casual
Countryside
Design
$$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 707-895–2210

HOTEL DETAILS

17 rooms
Rate Includes: Free breakfast

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