Visit Alexander Valley, Lake Sonoma and Dry Creek Valley in Northern California. Tour a selection of the tasting rooms and discover the refinement that has distinguished Sonoma County as one of the premier winemaking locations in the world.
The first Alexander Valley vineyards, in fact, were cultivated in 1844, when the Pennsylvanian Cyrus Alexander – whom the valley is named after – was assigned to develop the Rancho Sotoyome by his boss, Captain Henry Delano Fitch. Alexander's good work was not overlooked, and Fitch drove home the point by giving him 10,000 acres of his choosing for him to further develop.
Explore this exceptional winemaking region when you stay at Travelodge Healdsburg Hotel – Sonoma Wine Country. Tour the J Vineyards and Winery and visit the chic Bubble Room Tasting Salon, where you can enjoy limited release estate wines coupled with delectable appetizers prepared our world-class Chef.
Guests to Travelodge Healdsburg – Sonoma Wine Country are treated to a complimentary "flighted" tasting.
The current menu* includes:
1999 J Vintage Brut Wine served with Lobster Salad Canapé
J Brut Rosé Wine served with Lobster Bisque
1998 J Vintage Brut, Magnum Wine served with Sevruga & Smoked Salmon Mille-Feuille.
1996 J Vintage Brut, Late Disgorged served with Pan Seared Foie Gras with Dried Apricot Chutney Relish and a Sourdough Baguette.
Special Savings for guests to Travelodge Healdsburg – Sonoma Wine Country include:
Accommodations for 2 in a Queen Size (Jacuzzi) room for 2 nights
Complimentary Continental Breakfast
"Simply Sonoma" welcome basket
* Menu subject to seasonal changes. Please contact the hotel directly for package rate. Rates and packages are subject to change and based upon availability. To book this package, call the hotel directly
Dry Creek Valley …Internationally recognized wineries in Sonoma County. First developed by Charles Dunz, a Gold Rush immigrant from Switzerland, the Dry Creek Valley was then home to the region's largest winery. Indeed, Dunz's wine cellar capacity exceeded 70,000 gallons at the time. He first bought 350 acres in 1884, and after developing the land he quickly sold it off., in 1890, to the Swiss prospector Andrew Frei. Almost a century later, Dry Creek Valley received the unique distinction of becoming one of the first American Viticultural Areas. Visit Dutcher Crossing, Lake Sonoma Winery and other exceptional Sonoma County Wineries and tasting rooms in the beautiful Dry Creek Valley.
Complimentary Breakfast offered.
High Speed Internet Access.
Common Hot tub.
100% Non-smoking Hotel.
Travelodge Healdsburg - Sonoma Wine Country
178 Dry Creek Rd, Dry Creek Rd & Grove St/US 101, Healdsburg, California 95448, US