Farmhouse Inn

5* out of 5 stars

The Michelin Guide says of Farmhouse Inn: ‘Escape from the fray for fine cooking, upscale accommodations, or both.’ Good enough for us. And Kenwood holidaymakers checking in here will indeed enjoy both, thanks to our great value fly-and-stay packages. Providing you sample the food during your stay that is. But with fifth-generation local farmers, a Michelin-starred chef and a world-class maitre d’ heading up the hotel’s namesake restaurant, you’d be crazy not to. Guests here enjoy sommelier-led wine tours, the Lost & Found Winery and a heated outdoor pool and hot tub too. So it isn't just Michelin who are showering Farmhouse Inn with praise. Travel + Leisure said: ‘Hands down Sonoma’s most luxurious property.' What will your verdict be?

Luxury Holidays to Farmhouse Inn, Sonoma

As the name would suggest, Farmhouse Inn exudes a traditional country feel. The combination of weatherboard outbuildings and white-washed wood interiors with lofty, louvered ceilings, alongside smartly chosen furniture that marries contemporary cool with yesteryear’s charm, typifies rustic chic. It’s a delightful aesthetic, augmented with thoughtful touches like feather beds and – we’re in wine country after all – curated wine fridges in-room. Real fireplaces, lots of light linen and Sonoma-sourced bathroom goodies round off the luxury.

Farmhouse Inn isn’t just one of Sonoma County’s top hotels, it’s one of the most highly rated hotels in world travel. Take a step away from your day-to-day at this enigmatic, enchanting place. And don’t miss the chance to take R&R to new heights at the Spa at Farmhouse by Francis & Alexendar. Here, heirloom cider apples and spring forest honey from the hotel’s home ranch join fresh herbs from the kitchen garden to create signature treatments that take ‘farm-to-table out of the kitchen’. All this wrapped in a scenic six-acre plot, surrounded by rolling vineyards and rooted in its 1873 farmhouse heritage.

The food at Farmhouse Inn

Some hotels trade on the culinary variety offered by several different onsite restaurants. Not so Farmhouse Inn. This is quality over quantity. The reputation of a single, Michelin-starred dining venue is enough to inspire foodies in-the-know to flock here. A sample menu for a four-course sitting at Farmhouse Inn Restaurant might include autumn greens, mizo glazed pork belly and Snake River New York sirloin followed by panna cotta. Or you may plumb for Hokkaido scallop, grilled octopus and rabbit wrapped in apple wood smoked bacon with peach sorbet for afters. Whatever takes your fancy will live long in the memory. And of course, your meal is paired to perfection by a world-class wine list, curated by lead sommelier Jennifer Jesperson.