Rio Inn

4444 Wood Road, Guerneville, California, 95446, United States | Inn
Prices starting from $89.00

Travel Blogs from Guerneville


A travel blog entry by chapmanomalley


... how she was a schoolteacher. She loved meeting new people and said she didn’t need to go to Europe because she’s met so many Europeans here in San Fran jokingly. She told me all about her son’s guns and how he hunts and she cooks whatever he shoots. After a while she disappeared and I got the ferry back to Belvedere.

Kevin, the harbourmaster was giving me a lift to Chris’ work to save me getting a bus. So I went into see him ...

Russian River

A travel blog entry by callmemochelle


... but my only complaint was the staff didn't wipe off the crumbs from the table before dessert. It made the table look well, "crummy". The server also "forgot" our coffee, but instead said it was being made... yet our dessert was melting while we waited. That error was really poor show.

Overall a great dinner, but the last part of bad service gave them a B+

Road trip North - California Coast

A travel blog entry by coolyback


... over the Golden Gate Bridge and on to Coastal Highway 1. It's really slow going, plenty of bends, scenic lookouts, photo opportunities, dead raccoons and a skunk. The drive so far has been a mix of rugged pacific coastline and today we drove through towering redwood forests. We stayed at Bodega Bay, famous for the filming of Alfred Hitchcocks - The Birds, then last night we stayed in a beautiful ...

Time by the Pool!

A travel blog entry by tchester


... time.

We had spaghetti and salad for dinner. Since I had frozen the sauce and brought it with us, it felt a lot like home. After dinner we took a ride around the campground. We stopped to watch the baby goats and got lots of exercise biking up hills. This is a huge campground with everything from tents to RVs to cabins for rent. This has to be the largest campground we’ve ever stayed in.

Tomorrow is a tour of Napa ...

An Odyssey Re-routed.

A travel blog entry by ddiamond


... me links of worthwhile blogs and helpful web pages. We have had a close bond since his parents first served on the committee which brought our family to Santa Rosa to begin Campus Life in 1987. His family, like mine, had lived in the Central Valley, Stockton and Lodi, before moving over to Sonoma County.

Erik was one of the first and most influential student Campus Life leaders at Santa Rosa High School and that first crop of students has gone on ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Rio Inn Guerneville

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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