Healdsburg Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4)
Charming, rustic and cozy, 2 bedroom Russian River cabin within walking distance to neighborhood beach, and 2 miles to the famous and charming Healdsburg downtown plaza. Visit fantastic wineries or float on the river, and come home to relax on the deck with your favorite Dry Creek Valley wine.
Two bedrooms with queen beds, sleeps 4, one bathroom separating the bedrooms, all-wood interior with windows surrounding the main room. Gas fireplace, wi-fi throughout, breakfast eating area and big deck with charcoal BBQ, off-street parking for 2-3 cars, big backyard with small fruit tree orchard. Charming and popular river neighborhood street on Fitch Mountain.
In the area: five minute drive to beautiful, quaint downtown Healdsburg with numerous highly-rated restaurants, tasting rooms and boutique shopping. Check out River's Edge Kayak and Canoe Rentals, Hotel Healdsburg Spa, H2 Bar and Restaurant, Oakville Grocery. Favorite restaurants: Willie's Seafood, Scopa, Bistro Ralph, BarnDiva and Ravenous. Wineries: Coppola's, Seghesio, Passalacqua and Quivira.
Keywords: river house, river, wi-fi cabin, cottage with deck, cozy country cabin, rustic
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Three of us own this special retreat - an educator, a landscaper and corporate executive/artist. We've been friends for over 30 years, and enjoy sharing the cabin. We started the vacation rentals in 2011 and have enjoyed sharing this comfortable retreat with guests.
We love Healdsburg...we're in the fab and run 'river rats' neighborhood, but in five minutes you can also be in the best and highly touted town in Sonoma County. Vineyards, excellent food, wine tasting, floating or kayaking the river - what else can you want?
Convenience - short walk to the beach, short drive to downtown and wineries. Love the Hotel Healdsburg Spa! If you choose one treatment, you can spend the day by their pool and order from their menu. Love sitting by the river in our chairs and umbrellas, and watching all the kayakers and canoers go by.