Nestled in the peaceful hills between Geyserville & Cloverdale in Sonoma County, just north of Healdsburg. Minutes from some of the finest wineries in Alexander, Dry Creek and Anderson Valleys, just across a peaceful stretch of the Russian River. The Old Crocker Inn Bed and Breakfast offers private, luxurious accommodations at the secluded 5-acre Crocker Ranch and Historic Lodge. Named for Charles Crocker, founder of the Central Pacific Railroad and Crocker Bank, the property began as a hunting retreat often visited by Charles Crocker and his cronies, Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Collis Huntington, the empire builders known as California’s Big Four. Peaceful, serene, luxurious. After a dip in the pool watch the sun set from your private deck and listen to the myriad of birds. As the evening wanes you step in to your private room to relax in cozy recliners in front of a flickering fire. Then climb into the luxurious feather bed with a fluffy down comforter that makes you feel like you’re sleeping on a cloud. In the morning after a brisk walk and a visit with some friendly deer and wild turkey, enjoy a fabulous breakfast of fresh baked scones, artichoke quiche, and fruit compote. What a start to day of incomparable wine tasting.