Fairfield Inn & Suites Santa Rosa Sebastopol
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Sebastopol
... mountains, and the views were pretty good but clouds and fog were blocking views of the mountains in the distance to the east. I didn’t think much of it until I started seeing signs for Mount Shasta and realized that it was blocked by the clouds. Bummer, but no big deal. But then about ten miles later we went around a butte and I looked back and had an amazing view of Mount Shasta – not a cloud in ...
... down there is being considered.
What some folks call Wine Country, I call Tofu County. On my many visits to Tofu County I have pretty much sucessfully avoided the whole, snooty, winery scene. Not that I have anything against wine. Its just not really my thing, like alcohol in general. The huge hippie population in NoCal/wine country/TC shares far more with me, personality trait-wise, than do the winos.
But what a lovely area. Hot and dry for the most part, and ...
... place. And are we glad we did. JJ and his band were great. JJ was brilliant again, and the guitarist was amazing too. Sarah had a little sing, like JJ wanted her too as well. Even though JJ's band knew nothing Sarah knew. Eventually she just sang Natural Woman, acapella. Everyone really enjoyed it. By this point we had already met some really cool guys, whose names have escaped me. We argued about the UK and America. Which was the best. Which had the stupidest sports. We even ...
... time until the chain broke on Chrystie's bike (which I was riding) as we had no way to fix it and quite a ways to get back we came up with the genius idea of Isha towing me and my bike from his bike. Genius right?
So we attempted it by wrapping the broken chain around his bike seat and attaching some straps we found in his bag to the chain, all of this I held on to and we started off, not seconds later I was ...
... set camp for the night. I gladly accepted and after some internet, I biked to her farm located on Silverado Trail Road, just outside of town. Kirsten welcomed me on the property and I met with Megan and Sara, two wwoofers (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms). The property was well located with a large vineyard, some fruit trees, 3 lovely dogs and a keg of beer in the garage. We all sat at dinner with a delicious stew made by Megan and drank some of their wine. Simple and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
More great choices in Sebastopol
Search for more deals in Sebastopol
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations