The Perfect Town.

Just seventy-five miles up Highway 101 from San Francisco, Healdsburg sits at the intersection of three wine-producing valleys: the Russian River Valley, the Alexander Valley, and the Dry Creek Valley. Nestled in these valleys are some of the country’s finest wineries and vineyards.

Healdsburg's small-town atmosphere, fantastic dining, and charming town square compliment its bevy of viticultural choices. In the downtown area, there are dozens of tasting rooms, for wineries that range from large-scale distributors to family-owned wineries that produce just a few hundred bottles a year. There are fine dining establishments, tapas restaurants, burger joints, and some killer Mexican restaurants. There are spas, clothing stores, bakeries, ice-cream parlors, and craft brewers.

And in the center of it all is Healdsburg's historic Plaza – a shady, Spanish-style square that's the perfect place to sit and watch life go by.

Nestled between the Mayacama Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Sonoma County's Wine Country boasts some of the best wine in the world. The wine-making tradition in Sonoma County goes back over a century and the county boasts some of the United States' oldest wineries within its borders.

Sonoma County is home to more than 400 wineries and encompasses more than 17 distinct wine-growing appellations, including the Russian River Valley, the Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, the Sonoma Coast, Chalk Hill, and more. The varied climate and terroir between the appellations allows for the specialized production of dozens of wine varietals, from crisp Chardonnays to jammy Pinot Noirs to bold Cabernet Sauvignons. No matter who you are, there's a wine for you in Sonoma County.

For more information about Sonoma County's Wine Country, click here or email us at info@235hotel.com.

There's so much more to Sonoma County than just the wine. Within a 45 minute drive of Two Thirty-Five, you can:

  • Hike in an old-growth redwood forest at Armstrong Woods State Park
  • Explore California's historic Route 1 and the rugged northern coast
  • Eat fresh oysters in Bodega Bay
  • Kayak or canoe down the Russian River
  • Go in a hot air balloon ride

And so much more! Email us at info@twothirty-five.com for more ideas.