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We stayed here on a whim to add an extra night to a wine country weekend. What a lovely little spot. No, it's not fancy, but it's clean and cared for. They're obviously fixing it up a little at a time and the manager seemed really excited to tell us what they were working on. We were extremely comfortable and felt at home. I'm going to keep this in mind next time we're up north and off the beaten path.
not cheep / old place with up dated bath room but room so full of stuff hard to move around could lay in bed and get drink out ref. cold / no security lock on door / hrd to check out early - thye were still a sleep
This is most definitely a remodeled motor inn. Perfect for a comfortable place overnight or two. The rooms are just the right size and very clean. The bed was brand new and very comfortable and n room 109. I consider this a hidden gem and will return. The host is gracious and accommodating. Thank you for the bottled water.
Quirky Little Inn. Pull up right in front of your room. It was hot when we got there and the AC worked like a million bucks. We had three rooms and they were all unique in the different ways they have been remodeled, but nothing to complain about. Little smoking section out front with shade and some friendly cats. The next day they were having a car show so on Friday night they have a 'car parade' up and down the street. Pretty cool. Walked up to the World Famous Hamburger Ranch & BBQ for dinner, took about 10 minutes, awesome dinner! Went back for breakfast , not as good as dinner.
It is an older motor lodge at a great price and location. I had a little air conditioning issue, but, the maintenance man fixed it. The rooms were clean. I will defiantly stay here again next time I visit the Sonoma Wine Region.
Cloverdale was my last stop on my bicycle trip from Washington to California on Route 101, cutting over to Route 1 in California, and then riding the beautiful Route 128. I loved the ride, which was shaded by trees, including some big redwoods, farmland, and of course, vineyards. The managers couldn't have been more accommodating, recognizing the heat and my long ride, they gave me slippers to wear and a terrific large room. I took a short stroll to the local health food store for some dinner and was tucked away in my room in no time. I would definitely come back to this hotel and this town. A lovely location with restaurants, Friday artists market, and historic sites.
Our room held a king size bed - barely. One night stand was the refrigerator, and there was not a chair in the room. The side of the bed had been sat on so often that it was totally broken down - very soft. Bathroom was ok - but could not get hot water no matter how long we ran it. Internet was spotty - worked / didn't work. So, adequate, but that's about it.
My (now) fiancee grew up in Cloverdale, CA and were coming back for a four day wedding for my sister. I was looking for something affordable(on Memorial Day weekend of all times), clean, and that reminded me of the small town feel we so love about Cloverdale. I had never stayed at the Vineyard Valley Inn but have driven by countless times. The day I arrived I was hit with an illness and was feeling awful. I left our outing with my family and came alone to the hotel only slightly prepared because I had not thought it through. The owner was kind and friendly. She was very helpful as I struggled to get through the process of checking in. The room was gorgeous! The bathroom was a great size. More than enough room for me to get ready at the same time. The bed was large, my fiancee is almost 7', his feet did not hang off the edge of the bed. It was also comfortable. Outside they had a small patio area that I would have taken advantage of had I been feeling better. By that evening my fiancee came down with the same illness and we decided to cut our trip short and leave right after the wedding. Leaving the after festivities to the other healthier guests. I felt pretty guilty for booking a room over Memorial day weekend but the owner was a gem. She refunded the days we didn't stay and even recognized me from when I worked and lived in town. It was all around a wonderful expearience and I will definitely stay here again when I come back for visits!
We were looking for a place to get a quick rest while heading north and Cloverdale came up on the map. Seems most the motels are very similar in the city and not sure what drew us to the Vineyard Valley Inn but it was inexpensive with good service and quiet. Doors are to the outside so we did hear the cars in the lot, people coming and going. The rooms were big enough, clean, but the sheets for the bed were very rough and itchy. The room had a coffee maker, microwave, TV, and frig. Bathroom had plenty of soap but no towels. My wifey didn’t shower and I used the hand towels, no big deal. The room was a little worn but overall it served our needs.
This is a basic motel, clean and quiet. The staff was friendly. We stayed in room 105 two beds. The coffee maker was on the table and there was no outlet to plug it in, one would have to take it to the bathroom to plug in. Two of the overhead bathroom sink lights were not working. There was no phone book, but I guess it's because most people have a smart phone. The maid service was excellent. Mattresses were firm and cozy. They did have shampoo, no Kleenex. They do not serve breakfast nor have a pool. Al in all we would stay there again. So if you want a quiet, clean motel with not much amenities then this is a nice place.
Vineyard Valley Inn places you next to Russian River and within a 10-minute walk of Cloverdale Historical Society. Each of the 15 rooms at this motel includes a refrigerator, a microwave, and a flat-screen TV.
All 15 rooms provide microwaves, refrigerators, and phones. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers and ironing boards are also standard.
Guests of Vineyard Valley Inn have access to free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking if you drive. Friendly staff can provide front-desk service during limited hours, and also offer advice about sightseeing.