November 1st, 2011
The registration opened today for the Vineman, an ever-popular sports event which begins in Guerneville. The event on July 15th is sold out but there is a waiting list and and a couple of events on July 28th. Click here to check out the Vineman website. Please don’t forget to book a room.
It looks like the AmgenTour of California will begin in Santa Rosa again this year. More information by clicking here.
Watch our site and facebook page for more information.
October 27th, 2011
Halloween weekend approaches*
- Friday the 28th of October is the Zombie Crawl starting in downtown Guerneville
- Saturday the progressive costume contest is back
- Friday, Saturday and Sunday Pegasus Theater invites you to see “Sherlock’s Last Case” a black comedy. Click here for more information and ticket sales
As the weather gets cooler, the spa becomes more inviting-remember to bring a bathing suit. Spend a relaxing weekend at Creekside and arrange for an in room massage from Phil Miller. You can include the charge with your reservation.
Coming up the first weekend in November is Tasting Along the Wineroad. It is always a hit with guests.
We still have space for Thanksgiving either in cottages or suites where you can cook or choose one of the fine local restaurants for dinner.
If you love small town parades, Guerneville’s annual Parade of Lights if fun.
*10% last minute discount available for rooms booked online 2 days or less before arrival.
August 11th, 2011
They call it “the sweetest little fair in Sonoma County”
June 13th, 2011
The pool is open and so is Johnson’s Beach. Burke’s Canoes is going full blast, Soar Canoe and Kayak Rental and the Canopy Tours are booking up fast.
Saturday, June 18th from noon to 4:00 PM there is the Art in the Park afternoon with the Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods, which is a free event except for parking fees. On July 9th there is the Gourmet Hike and Silent Auction which sells out quickly.
July brings a couple of nearby Independence Day celebrations. Monte Rio celebrates on Saturday, July 2nd and Guerneville’s fireworks display is on Monday the 3rd of July. Who does not like fireworks? You can go to the events or watch them from the grounds at Creekside Inn
The Friday evening Occidental Farmers Market is open with a great selection of local produce, cheese, honey and crafts. It is hard to pass up the great food stands from Mexican and Indian fare to my favorite Gerard’s Paella and pizza made in a wood fired oven.
New this year: Papa Finch and two babies-barely visible just 2 eyes and 2 beaks.
May 5th, 2011
Saturday, May 7th is a busy day. You can choose between Kendall Jackson’s first Farm Stand event of the season or the Great Russian River Race in Healdsburg
The Farm Stand Event features heirloom tomato seeds, fresh produce, and a number of food truck choices for lunch.
The month of May is big for Wineroad events.
If you can travel midweek, check out our May special coupon on Tripadvisor.
Add an in-room massage from Phil Miller for just $85.00
Hope to see you this month, the weather is beautiful.
March 29th, 2011
April is not just for doing taxes. The wild iris bloom on the coastal hills. There is a great wine event the end of April when the winegrowers of Dry Creek sponsor the Passport to Dry Creekk event.
Coming up soon on-April 2nd-is the Occidental Fool’s Parade-a little spring silliness.
Sebastopol’s Apple Blossom Festivalis an event for the whole family, with food and wine pairing, a parade, art and craft expos and garden displays.
For more hands on activities check the Landpath’s list of activities.
The Russian River Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence do their famous Bingo.
For entertainment there is a free noon concert at Hopmonk Tavern on April 12 with Black Joe Lewis For those interested in brewpubs check out Stumptown Brewery in Guerneville. If you are interested in their famous festival, it’s time to book the weekend. Please feel free to call us at 1-800-776-6586 to make a reservation. Or use this form:
March 2nd, 2011
Like Music or Theater?
Sebastopol’s annual Bluegrass festival is on March 13th. Pegasus Theater is performing “Charlie’s Aunt” and tickets are still available.
Want to learn more about wine futures?
The Russian River Wineroad Barrel Tasting event is going on March 4-6 and March 11-13.
Like good food?
Follow Mateo Granados. He and his wonderful staff do great pop-up dinners at wineries, bakeries etc. They are on Thursday and Friday evenings. Want to reserve space call 707-837-0774, or if you are a guest of ours, let us know and we will make the reservations.
Just want to relax?
Come see all of the spring flowers, camelias, daffodils, probably wild iris at the coast and our Japanese tulip trees are in bloom. By late March, wild Iris should be in bloom on the way to the coast and Spud Point Crab Company will probably have fresh crab sandwiches and great clam chowder.
Want to get some exercise?
Hike or bike between spring rain.
Want to make a difference?
Celebrate Earth Day by volunteering at the Riverkeeper Park.
March 1st, 2011
For years our friends have put up with an old website. Now thanks to Colin Frangos, we have a wonderful new site, easy to navigate and informative.
We think that it is more user-friendly, with the layout of the property which you can mouse over and see photos and descriptions. Also we are going to be using the blog more so watch us for current events and well kept secrets. A good example of this would be Mateo’s next dinner menu for his pop-up restaurant. The dinners are on the 3rd and 4th of March, Thursday and Friday, not the 4th and 5th.
Barrel Tasting at the Wineroad wineries is the weekend of March 5th-6th and March 12th-13th.
We also suggest that you can visit us on Facebook and get more up to date information and reviews.
August 18th, 2010
As the end of summer approaches there is still plenty to do:
- Labor Day Weekend September 3rd-6th. Stay 5 nights, miss all of the traffic and the 5th night is free.
- The Russian River Blues and Jazz Festival takes place on the 11th and 12th of September. Check out the line up and remember that we are offering the 5th night free.
There are still great wineries, spectacular farmer’s markets and a secret supper club.
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June 11th, 2010
Other than just plain good weather and fewer tourist, May offers a broad range of things going on. Read the rest of this entry »