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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Sonoma reviews

  • Wonderful stay

    "I spent a wonderful, relaxing month at this rental. It is located perfectly in a cute neighborhood of bungalows with lovely gardens. Very walkable. The apartment is roomy with doors that open out onto a large front porch and a nice eat-on patio. Rosemary and Alan are friendly and generous hosts but not intrusive in any way. This was the first time I had done a monthly rental and it worked out great. You can't go wrong with this one."
    Guest: Lynn W. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 30, 2016
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  • Lovely, quiet, comfortable

    "We, a group of four women celebrating a birthday, shared this lovely house in Sonoma. We cooked meals, spent time on the patio and on the deck, and late evenings in the small but very comfortable living room. The house is well set up for guests and very comfortable. We had to call for extra paper supplies and the lock box was a bit difficult to use, hence four instead of five stars."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 5, 2016
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  • Wonderful property in Sonoma wine country

    "My family and I planned a extended Thanksgiving this year in Sonoma as my children all live in California. We stayed at Casa Sonoma for 4 nights and really enjoyed ourselves. It is very nicely decorated and the furnishings are new and good quality. There was plenty of the most important things: dishes, plates, wine glasses, very nice appliances, coffee maker, (espresso maker!), laundry on site, towels, relaxation space, dining space and outdoor space. A very convenient location which was about 20 minutes to downtown Sonoma and, of course, to the numerous wineries. ( a very busy intersection just outside prevented us from walking/running directly from the house.) It had a lovely big master bedroom with a large walk-in closet and dual vanities in the spacious bathroom as well as a separate toilet area. Although the bed was also large it had a noticeable "hump" in the middle which definitely divided the bed. One other smaller item, that would have been nice, was blankets. The house was fairly cool when we arrived and we couldn't find any extra blankets anywhere. The living room didn't have any throws either which would have been nice to snuggle with. We were wondering about the fireplace, as it was wood-burning, if it could be used to heat up the home. We didn't bother to try it as there was no wood available at the house. If it had been warmer these concerns would not have been pertinent. In general, we thought the house was terrific and would highly recommend it for a family get away."
    Guest: Valerie S. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: December 1, 2016
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  • Lovely cottage in the wine country

    "This is a lovely one-bedroom, one bath cottage located on a small farm about 2 miles from the Sonoma Plaza. The cottage is decorated beautifully and has a large fully-stocked kitchen. The wrap-around deck contains a propane and charcoal grille. Clusters of grapes can be picked from the deck itself. Nearby is the family pool area next to a large ranch house where the parents of the owner reside when they come out for the weekend from San Francisco. The pool area is available for cottage guests and is marvelous. The awesome hostess, Nina, had informed us before our arrival of the wine festival being held in downtown Sonoma on that weekend. The festival was fantastic, with wine tastings, live music and lots of food. While there, my friend was describing our cottage in glowing terms to a group of locals she had just met. Coincidentally, she had just met Nina's parents. After the festival, Pete showed us around the property, gave us some fresh vegetables and a couple bottles of his wine. The location is very accessible to both Sonoma and Napa Valleys. One day we drove up the Sonoma Valley to Geyserville and then south to Napa stopping at a few wineries and exploring the towns. Calistoga is worth seeing. All in all, the accommodations, the hostess and her family and the Sonoma community were wonderful."
    Guest: Nancy H. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 12, 2016
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