A labor of love created by local brother-and-sister owners Joe and Catherine Bartolomei, this six-acre farmhouse-style resort in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley recently underwent an $8 million renovation. Nine new, light-filled rooms feature four-poster beds and fireplaces. The new Spa at Farmhouse, modeled after a vintage stable, has double-height ceilings and pine doors for each of the four treatment rooms. The thoughtful details will win you over: a glass of wine at check-in, an attentive staff at the Michelin-starred restaurant, and fresh-baked cookies at turndown. From $545.
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Tucked in a tiny town south of Healdsburg, the Farmhouse Inn hotel and restaurant is postcard-perfect picture of Sonoma serenity. There’s a wraparound porch, fire pit, Michelin-starred dining and a spa – the ideal base to enjoy the wonders of the wine country.
The Spa at Farmhouse Inn uses produce from the hotel gardens. Try a massage with lavender body butter, or a ginger-honey rub with royal jelly. Continue the relaxation in your room’s whirlpool tub: the hotel’s renowned Sonoma Bath Bar lets guests customise their time in the whirlpool with seasonal scrubs, salts, milk bath and handmade olive oil soaps.