Stay with us in Sonoma County, where the crashing waves of the Pacific give way to the birthplace of American winemaking.
Sonoma is famous for its over 400 wineries, farm-to-table dining options, and incredible coastline. Take a winery tour and visit some of the country’s finest tasting rooms, where local wines are paired with fresh locally-sourced cuisine. Or, drive along the Northern California coastline, with its rugged, cliffy features, and excellent wildlife viewing. Sonoma County is also a hub for art galleries and museums, many of which can be found in Santa Rosa’s arts district and near historic downtown Sonoma. We’ll use the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa as our base of exploration through wine country. From here, you can easily venture out to one of the many tasting rooms, local eateries, or art galleries the region is known for. You’re also just a short drive from the incredible Pacific coastline, Point Reyes National Seashore, the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, and dozens of other incredible outdoor destinations.
- Sonoma County’s more than 425 wineries
- Pacific Coast
- Golfing at Foxtail Club
- Annadel State Park
- Charles M. Schulz Museum
- Railroad Square
- Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve