The Toll House is an historic Boonville landmark built in 1912. A two-hour drive north from the San Francisco Bay Area, this four bedroom home and its accompanying acres of land are conveniently located along the Boonville-Ukiah Road just five miles from the unique town of Boonville in Anderson Valley. The Toll House offers easy access to local wineries, events (including the Mendocino County Fair and the Pinot Noir Festival), and the award-winning Anderson Valley Brewing Company.
The new owners of the Toll House renovated the Inn in 2009 as a counterpart to the typical lace-laden B&B. Decorated in a rustic yet modern and tasteful style, the Toll House was run as an Inn for a year until it became, exclusively, a whole-house rental. The Toll House has 4 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths and can sleep up to 12 people. The Toll House's charm immediately captivates with the inviting wrap around porch and lush and spacious rear garden. The rooms are inviting, warm and comfortable with wonderful views of the valley. The living room offers a cozy yet spacious gathering place with views into the gardens. The dining room, with a large oak table made from trees from the Bell Valley, gives families and guests lots of room to enjoy an evening meal while looking out on the garden. The farmhouse kitchen is one-of-a-kind with natural lighting, all the necessary appliances, and a magnificent commercial stove and oven. The Inn sits on hundreds of secluded acres excellent for hiking, exploring, or finding the perfect spot for a relaxing afternoon picnic.
Keywords: Country Home, Historic Inn, Farmhouse Inn, Ranch