Newly Recommended Hotels in Northern California

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The May Hideaway Report follows Andrew Harper's travels to North California, where he finds four new luxury hotels to recommend. Read more about the new additions below.

SingleThread Farms

Healdsburg, CA

Our suite at SingleThread Farms, Healdsburg, California
Our suite at SingleThread Farms, Healdsburg, California - Photo by Hideaway Report editor

SingleThread Farms is a stylish, innovative inn and exquisite 52-seat restaurant in the heart of the Sonoma town of Healdsburg. With just five rooms, one of which is a 700-square-foot suite, service is attentive and warm.

The Inn at Newport Ranch

Fort Bragg, CA

The sitting area of our Birdhouse Suite at The Inn at Newport Ranch, Fort Bragg, California
The sitting area of our Birdhouse Suite at The Inn at Newport Ranch, Fort Bragg, California - Photo by Hideaway Report editor

The Inn at Newport Ranch is a distinctive property on a stunning 2,000 acres of coastal land 10 miles north of Fort Bragg. The handsome main building strongly reflects the heritage of the area’s redwood lumber history, with stunning 30-inch planks used in the flooring of the impressive living/dining room.

The Heritage House Resort

Mendocino, CA

The view from the Carousel deck at The Heritage House
The view from the Carousel deck at The Heritage House - CJ Varela

The Heritage House Resort is a storied property that figured prominently in the 1978 film “Same Time, Next Year” with Ellen Burstyn and Alan Alda. Opened as an inn in 1949 in an 1877 farmhouse, the 48 accommodations are favorably set on 37 acres overlooking a rugged inlet south of Mendocino.

The Madrones

Philo, CA

A cottage at The Madrones, Philo, California
A cottage at The Madrones, Philo, California - Photo by Hideaway Report editor

The Madrones is a charming nine-room property that was originally the studio and office space of a designer. The main building could be right out of Tuscany and, in addition to four rooms, houses a popular restaurant (under separate management), Stone and Embers, and tasting rooms for wineries.

By Hideaway Report Editor Hideaway Report editors travel the world anonymously to give you the unvarnished truth about luxury hotels. Hotels have no idea who the editors are, so they are treated exactly as you might be.
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