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This historic Valley Ford hotel, located in the Sonoma countryside just 9 miles from Bodega Bay, offers free Wi-Fi. A restaurant is located on site. We loved the large patio where we sat and visited with our friends in the evening and again the next morning. The rooms were clean and spacious and the one room that is on the ground floor was perfect for my husband who is unable to climb stairs. The staff was great - friendly, helpful, and gracious. We stayed on a Monday evening and the restaurant isn't open on Mondays so we look forward to coming back and enjoying the food on a week-end visit.
Surrounded by the Sonoma Coast, Bodega Bay Lodge sits on a hill overlooking Doran Regional Park with views of the Pacific Ocean and Bodega Bay. The question should be what didn’t I like about this property!! The room was perfect and very clean,view was amazing and the staff was friendly! Will be staying here again and again!
Featuring an outdoor hot tub, this hotel is 5 minutes’ drive from Bodega Harbor Golf Links. Each room offers water views. A continental breakfast is served to guests daily. I liked the location, it was very near Heron Dr. where my friend was celebrating her birthday. Additionally the amenities in our room were exceptional, our bed was very comfortable with great pillows. From our deck we were able to see the view of a wonderful and impeccable ocean , what an epic experience.
My husband and I are huge lovers of the coast, so we always love being here! The food is always amazing and the drive along Hwy 1 is simply stunning! We always visit the Fishetarian Fish Market (sometimes more than once during a single visit) to get clam chowder bread bowls and other seafood eats. It’s absolutely delicious!! We always stop by Patrick’s Saltwater Taffy, too. They have all of the flavors you can imagine, such as maple bacon and chicken and waffles! Although Bodega is a small town, you can always find something to do, this area is perfect for relaxation.
An absolutely beautiful area. At every turn there is another beautiful sight to see. Lots of opportunities for taking photos of the beautiful Pacific coast. Bodega Head trail is definitely a must to walk. Several opportunities for wine tasting. The area is very easy to navigate with lots of charming road side places to eat.
Great area for wildlife, we saw seals, sea lions, a snake!, turkey vulchers, pelicans amongst a few! Lovely coastal walks, I recommend you pop by the tourist information centre next to the gas station, vert enthusiast and helpful lady there helped us plan our time in Bodega Bay.
Love this picturesque little bay side town with great restaurants (tried Lucas Wharf and Tides Wharf - both very good), views from your table of wind surfers, kayakers, fishing boats, and wildlife. You can get away from the crowds here during spring and fall. Drive up the coast on Hwy 1 to Jenner where the Russian River comes into the Pacific. Great views and beaches all along the way. Also, before you drive to the bay, take the turn-off for the little town of Bodega. Charming little spots to visit. Don't forget the old schoolhouse where Alfred Hitchcock filmed "The Birds" back in the early '60s. Beautifully restored.
The Bodega area has 'laid back' attraction. Rolling hills scenery from Pacific Ocean to Sebastopol is well worth it. Best use of time is starting at Bodega Harbor fishing wharf, then visit Bodega for self guided tour of "The Birds" movie location, and memorabilia collection at Bodega General Store. Then a walking tour of Occidental, and on to Sebastopol and wineries. Estero Cafe in Valley Ford is good for breakfast. Italian food at Union Hotel in Occidental is excellent.
no matter where you are heading to on the coast you will need the R & R from the traffic getting there!!! 2 hr drive turned into an over 3 hr drive. Guess midweek would've been much better! People, scenery, state beaches sooooo nice though :)