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Tiffany

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Nick

Travel

Getting to Healdsburg

Unless you happen to catch a direct flight to Santa Rosa Airport (located in Sonoma County and less than 10 miles out from Healdsburg), you’re probably going to have to do some driving to make it to the wedding. We’re sorry about that. Just know that if the situation was reversed, Nick would still go to your wedding, but he’d complain about the travel. Tiffany would still go to your wedding too, but she wouldn’t complain.

If you are planning to fly, your best bet is likely to be a flight that will take you to San Francisco International Airport, Oakland International Airport, or Sacramento International Airport. All have plenty of rental car options on site. The drive time from each will vary depending on traffic conditions. Expect 1.5-2.5 hours of road time.

Hotels and Lodging

Healdsburg is a small, charming town, surrounded by wineries, with a majority of its hotels, restaurants and shops concentrated within a few very walkable square blocks. It's a great place to spend a weekend. The surrounding towns of Windsor, Geyersville, and Santa Rosa offer budget friendlier options and are located within 20 minutes of the venue. Petaluma is another fun option located a little over 30 minutes from Healdsburg. Please just keep in mind that the wedding will take place over Memorial Day Weekend (at the same time as the Bottlerock Music Festival in Napa), and that will impact hotel and Airbnb/VRBO availability and rates. We’d strongly suggest booking early.  And if you are hoping to keep it local, here are some suggested spots in the area: 

$$$$ - H2Hotel, Harmon House, and Hotel Healdsburg, The Ruse Healdsburg

$$$ - Hotel Trio Marriott, Healdsburg

$$ Hampton Inn and Suites, Windsor, Holiday Inn Express, Windsor, Best Western Dry Creek, and Hilton Garden Inn Sonoma County Airport

$-$$$$ - AirBnB and VRBO have a range of options in both Healdsburg and the nearby, surrounding towns. Availability is limited.

Activities

There’s no shortage of travel websites with tips to make the most of your time in Healdsburg. Since food is a big one for us, here are a few of our favorite places: 

Coffee and Breakfast:

Black Oak Coffee (what Tiffany’s latte dreams are made of)

Plank Coffee (good bagels, even by New York standards)

Lunch:

Troubadour Cafe (not your average sandwich shop) 

Big John's Market (no frills meaty sandwiches)  

Afternoon:

The Nectary (grab a cold pressed juice or smoothie)

Wine Tasting (There are over 80 vineyards in the area)

Dinner:

Barndiva  (chic barn energy with award-winning food)

Guiso Latin Fusion (we love this place but save room for Paella at the wedding!)

The Rooftop (beautiful place to watch the sunset and eat truffle fries)

The Matheson (fine dining inside a cool venue)

Other Activities: 



Golfing at the local town course

Hiking: Helen Putnam Regional Park, Petaluma (meandering trails through rolling hills); Healdsburg Ridge Open Space Preserve (where Nick proposed...and Tiffany was bitten by a giant sheep dog)

Shopping in Healdsburg: It's an easy stroll covering the town's shops over the course of a morning or afternoon.

Lounging around the Russian River: (Plenty of places to kayak, canoe and explore within 30 minutes)