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Healdsburg: Haydon Street Inn

Phone: (707) 433-5228
www.haydon.com

Reviewed by: Cindy Ruth from AK, review #2354

When: August 2008

Charming inn located in the quaint town of Healdsburg, CA.

Haydon Street Inn is a great Bed and Breakfast.

Healdsburg is a charming town located in the middle of wine country, where the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley wine appellations converge.

The Inn is located in a Queen Anne Victorian that was built in 1912, with lovely porches and gardens. It has been remodeled and is in great condition. The current owners purchased it in May 2006. There are a variety of room styles, including standard, queen, and king options in the main house, plus another 3 rooms in a cottage on the property. The inn is furnished in period antiques.

We stayed in the Garden Room, one of the Queen options. The room was very small, but quaint and cozy. Two sides of the room have shuttered windows that run the length of the walls, so it is bright and cheery. The shower is very small, but has been recently remodeled with marble tiles, and has a European rainfall shower-head. The toilet is located in a separate area from the shower and sink. Nice amenities are provided, including spa robes, hair dryers, and bottled water.

Our rate was $190/night. The standard rooms are a little less, and the king rooms a little more. Included in the price is an evening wine hour from 6-7, and a 3-course breakfast each morning. The breakfasts are what this inn is known for. One of the owners, John Harasty, is the former Executive Chef at Churchhill Downs. The food is wonderful and the presentation is beautiful.

We really enjoyed our stay here and hope to return in the future.

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