Best Places to Stay in Anderson Valley


Written by:

Joe Becerra

Last updated:

Boonville Hotel -popular Anderson Valley destination
Boonville Hotel -popular Anderson Valley destination

Here are the best places to stay in Anderson Valley. After exploring this exciting and emerging wine country, relax and unwind at one of these lodging establishments. Because there are few accommodations in the Anderson Valley make your reservations early. Another option is to head to the coast 35 minutes away to the quaint and romantic town of Mendocino where you will find plenty of places to lodge.

In Boonville and Philo

Anderson Valley Inn (Budget)
8480 Highway 128
Philo: (707)-895-2210

Boonville Hotel
14050 Highway 128
Boonville; (707) 895-2210

Indian Creek Inn
Philo: (707) 895-3861

The Madrones
9000 Highway 128
Philo (707) 895-2955

The Philo Apple Farm
18501 Greenwood Road
Philo; (707) 895-2333

Sheep Dung Properties
Boonville (707) 895-3979

In the town of Mendocino

Mendocino romantic weekend
The Blue Door Inn – one of many top lodging accommodations in Mendocino

The Albion River Inn
3790 Shoreline Hwy
Albion; (800)-479-7944

Blue Heron Inn
390 Kasten Street
Mendocino; (707) 937-4323

Brewery Gulch Inn
9401 Coast Highway 1 North
Mendocino; (707) 937-4752

Glendeven Inn 
8205 North Highway
Little River; (800)-822-4536

John Dougherty House
571 Ukiah Street
Mendocino; (800) 486-2104

The Joshua Grindle Inn
PO Box 647
Mendocino; 800 GRINDLE

The Hill House Inn
10701 Palette Drive
Mendocino; (800) 422-0554

MacCallum House
45020 Albion Street
Mendocino; (800) 609-0492

Mendocino Farmhouse
(Located in a secluded Redwood Forest)
43131 Olson Rd
Mendocino, (800) 475-1536

Mendocino Hotel
45080 Main Street
Mendocino, (800) 548-0513

Sea Rock Inn
11101 Lansing Street
(800) 906-0926
11101 Lansing Street11101 Lansing Street
Stanford Inn by the Sea
Coast Highway 1 & Comptche-Ukiah Road
Mendocino; (800) 331-8884

Additional Mendocino wine country information

  • Joe Becerra

    Joe Becerra has been traveling to wine country and enjoying wine since 1965. He is a retired educator, and now have the time the opportunity to share his wine travel experiences through this Website.

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