Windsor-Cook Estate

Address: 9740 Old Redwood Highway, Windsor, California, 95492, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 9740 Old Redwood Highway, Windsor, is near Up & Away Ballooning, Above The Wine Country Ballooning, Hop Kiln Winery, and Williams Selyem Winery.
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USA - Sonoma County

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 30, 2014

27 photos

... family vineyard. Unluckily the girl who was in charge of wine tasting wasn´t very nice, we felt like our visit was bothering her.

  • Sbragia Family Vineyards. It was a very nice vineyard located on top of a hill with stunning views of the surrounding vineyards. Even if the wines looked very nice (most of them had very good ratings) we didn’t do any tasting because of the price (USD 20 per person).
  • Ferrari-Caran o Vineyards & Winery. It ...

From Bandon to Windsor and Santa Rosa!

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 13, 2014

11 photos

... County. How do grapes survive?

We arrived at the hotel and little later, off to dinner in Santa Rosa. This time, the restaurant selection was not due to a TripAdvisor recommendation. This restaurant is partially owned by Gray Rollin who is also the executive chef and, most importantly, one of the sons of a long time friend of Dick's. Grant lived down the street from the Standens in Detroit. And, as Dick tells it, after his brothers, Grant is the friend ...

These People are Scammers!

A travel blog entry by tamiro on Aug 01, 2013

Dont waste your time! During our stay the staff came into one of our cottages multiple times and stole from us! The place was dirty, one cottage(we rented 10) had all the vents taped up trying to mask the smell of whatever was dead under it. Staff is SO Rude! Our group spent over $10,000 here and were promised a 20% discount ...

Rolling on the River

A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Jan 26, 2013

8 photos

... drywall in the rain is a no go. (The word DRYwall is the big clue here.) If it gets wet it swells up and turns to mush. We can only hope the rain lets up long enough for us to get to town and stock up, then get it inside.

Today we started the insulation. The ceiling is a minor drag, but Dave has invented a great one-man tool to hold the stuff up while I staple it; he cuts and stuffs it in place, I follow behind with the staple gun. With a ...

Having a whale of a time

A travel blog entry by sanjose222 on Jul 17, 2012

43 photos

... people were standing, with cameras and binoculars. They were whale watching. I guess some of those "rocks" were moving, after all.
So we spent much of the morning scanning the water for a hump or a spray of water to appear. It was wet and cold, and messy and beautiful. I managed to capture a brief glimpsed of a tail with my camera. When it seemed like the whales were not going to show themselves again, ...