Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa
TripAdvisor Reviews Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa Bodega
Travel Blogs from Bodega
... wasn't classy enough….Prince Charles had visited back in the day…check out the picture (of a picture). We headed back to our site, played a little gin rummy and got attacked by a giant wind storm which snapped a leg on our pop up tent…..wah waaah. So…campsite-1…The Haapalas-0. No worries, we have another tent, but the ease of a pop-up tent when camping is glorious. On to our next ...
... We picked up a dozen, put them on ice and put them in the car to have at a later date.
We then drove back towards Napa in order to visit a winery on our way home. The winery was my choice, so under pressure I told Ben the name of the one that I had decided looked most appealing. After a drive with spectacular views of the vineyards of Napa, we parked up along side posh, unpronounceable sports vehicles and walked past the limos with men in suits waiting for girls in posh ...
... when Rick made a morning run to the restroom on shore (flush toilets!) As he entered the mensroom he heard a man's and a woman's voice coming from the shower. It was all he could do to keep from running back to the boat and grabbing his shower kit. He was really bummed he hadn't done so when Bob later told him the showers were the old fashioned high school locker room type.
He was really really bummed.
After a good first nights rest we headed into Bodega to check out why everyone we had met so far had told us to treat the birds nice (Bodega Bay humour is as sharp as ever). Cool little town with one claim to fame, it was the location that Alfred Hitchcock shot his movie the Birds, not a fact that the local county store is willing to let anyone forget. Had a coffee took a couple of pics then back on the road heading north.
... some fellow bikers. They were locals, so we asked about the closest bike shop and they pointed us right down the road. The man at the bike shop was really helpful in directing us to a campground for the night. We hopped back on our bikes and planned to meet Lisa there. This section of the ride was the best because most of it was on a bike trail through the redwoods. We biked next to each other and had a lot of ...