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Camellia Inn

8 reviews

211 North St
Healdsburg, CA 95448-4251 US



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$139 to $299

Payment types accepted include Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover.


Circa 1869. Just two blocks from the tree-shaded town plaza, this Italianate Victorian townhouse elegantly graces a half-acre of award-winning grounds. Architectural details include ceiling medallions, ornate mahogany and Palladian windows. Gather in the double parlor with twin marble fireplaces and antiques. Spacious guest bedrooms feature inlaid hardwood floors with Oriental rugs and chandeliers. Many feature whirlpool tubs for two, gas-log fireplaces, canopy beds, sitting areas and private entrances. The Memento can be used as a family suite with an adjoining room. Savor a hearty breakfast buffet fireside in the main dining room. Relax in the swimming pool, and enjoy the more than 50 varieties of camellias.Publicity and Awards: Sunset, Travel & Leisure, New York Times, San Fernando Valley Daily News, San Diego Union, Sacramento Bee, Healdsburg Tribune, Washington Post, Cooking Light, Food & Travel.Location: City/Urban and Town surrounded by vineyards.


Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Wine.
Types of meals: Full Breakfast and Wine.
Amenities In Room: Hot Tub/Spa/Jaccuzi, Fireplace, Desk, Bath Amenities, CD Player, Air Conditioning, Modem Hook-Up, Reading Lamps and Wireless Internet Access.
Amenities On Site: Swimming, Phone, PC, Parlor Games, Limited Handicap Access, Gift Shop, Fireplace, Fax, DVD, Computers, Television and VCR.
Business Traveler Amenities: Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Iron/Ironing Board, Internet Access, Hair Dryer, Gym Nearby, Flexible Check in/out Times, FAX On-site, Desk, Daily Newspapers, Television and Wireless Internet Access.



“A bit of paradise for city folks.”


“Stayed 2 nights at the Camellia Inn and had a great stay. We stayed in the "budget room" which is small and has a private bathroom across the hall, but is about half the price of their other rooms. The room is cozy. The breakfasts were hearty and delicious, and a different main course each morning. They were very helpful in pointing out local wineries to visit, and also provided some free tasting certificates for wineries that would otherwise charge a fee. Lucy and Anne treated us well...they really go the extra mile. Great place to stay in Healdsburg!”
— John Terpis


“Beautiful, pristine and welcoming. Loved being here. Soothes the soul.”
— Anne Edwards