Vacation Rental Homes in Sonoma County
WELCOME TO SONOMA COUNTY Wine Country
Sneak away to Sonoma! Here you will find great vacation home travel deals for romance, world-class culture, spas, wine tasting, and more.
With more than 400 gold star wineries, miles of rugged Pacific coastline, towering redwood forests, and its close proximity to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, Sonoma County is a traveler’s dream vacation spot in California. Tasting rooms in the world-class Sonoma wine region range from simple and rustic to two wine barrels and a slab of redwood as an outdoor tasting bar.
Go beyond the wine and discover more than 50 pristine nature parks that offer travelers miles of hiking and cycling trails through the towering redwoods or oak-studded hills. Rivers entice visitors to kayak, canoe, or simply float along the cool waters. A zip line excursion, a ropes course, or a hot-air balloon ride add a dash of adventure. Search Vacation Rental Homes in Sonoma County and find a beautiful home to stay and explore.
Breathtaking Scenic Highway 1 — Pacific Coast Highway — amazes visitors with crashing waves, sea lions and otters sunning on the beaches, and amazing sunsets that color the sky in brilliant hues.
Sonoma County offers more than wine. The rugged mountains of western Sonoma County, where the Russian River flows past redwood-topped ridges, stand over the 50-plus miles of Pacific Ocean coastline, offering stunning views along California’s famed Highway 1. Coastal towns like Bodega Bay entice seafood lovers with the bounty from the ocean. Dungeness crab is sold from the back of boats, and salmon and cod are featured on local menus.
Further inland, Guerneville serves as both the West Coast’s “favorite gay and lesbian playground” and the entry point to the famed Armstrong Redwoods, a stand of old-growth trees where it is possible to get far from the crowds and enjoy the ancient giants in solitude.
Charming small towns typify western Sonoma County, with the “Bohemian Connection” encompassing bastions of freethinkers in Occidental, Freestone and Monte Rio. Excellent inns, small wineries, artisan foods and even a spa that has gone “green” are to be found along the Bohemian Highway.