Chateau Sonoma 153 W Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Chateau Sonoma is an antique store specializing in French antiques. The proprietor travels to France multiple times a…More year in search of uniquely crafted antiques. The building is reminicent of an old general store with large ceilings and open beams. There is also a large garden with a park-like feel off to one side of the building.
Chateau St. Jean 8555 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood, CA95452 The Chateau St. Jean winemaking estate is located at the foot of Sugarloaf Ridge in Sonoma Valley. Established in…More 1973, the winery brings together the vineyards, equipment and staff in creating wines. Visitors enter the facility through a main courtyard surrounded by a lush garden and can enjoy tours and tastings.
McCambridge Public Scales 21468 8th St E, Sonoma, CA95476 Owned and operated by sisters Robin McCambridge and Tedi Derrington, the Public Scales have been in the town of Sonoma…More since 1986. McCambridge Public Scales are situated in the middle of the Diageo Chateau and Estate Wine Carneros Bottling and Distribution Center dockyard. The whimsically landscaped weigh station is easliy accessible and provides a public restroom.
Ramekins 450 W Spain St, Sonoma, CA95476 Just steps from beautiful Sonoma Square, Ramekins is like a country castle nestled on West Spain Street. Patrons of the…More picturesque bed-and-breakfast can spend the day in Sonoma proper and, at their leisure, take classes in Ramekins' award-winning on-site culinary school. The delectable Continental breakfast features homemade pastries and granola, fresh fruit, yogart, coffee and OJ. The six guest rooms are decorated by Chateau Sonoma. Amenities include Wi-Fi internet, iPod docking stations and digital cable. Aveda hair products and organically derived bath care by Olivina are provided. Guests also get an exclusive wine-tasting discount card to more than 35 Sonoma Valley wineries, full concierge service, discounted cooking classes and spa treatments in Sonoma Valley. Established in 1998 by Darius and Sarah Anderson, Ramekins has become a Sonoma must-visit.
The El Pueblo Inn is a family owned hotel that has been in operation for over 40 years. Upon entering the lobby you…More will find a stone fire place surrounded by an array of cozy fruniture. The setting is much like walking into a mountain chateau or a great room of a log cabin. Off the lobby is a spacious dining area where contential breakfast is served daily. The hotel has a beautiful landscaped courtyard with a large stone three tiered fountain.
Close to freeways, winerys and shops; you will be transported into a calming, reaxling atmosphere once on the property of the El Puelbo Inn. The majority of the hotel was rebuilt in 2005 providing some rooms with fireplaces and remodling and updating the old parts of the hotel.