Farmhouse Inn unveils multi-million dollar redesign

Farmhouse Inn, a boutique hotel located in  California's Sonoma Wine Country, underwent a property expansion and revitalization. The renovation included nine new luxury rooms, new outdoor spaces, a revitalized pool area and a new farm-to-table spa.

The sibling owners, Joe and Catherine Bartolomei, remodeled the new rooms to resemble the rustic historic barns of Sonoma County's vineyards and hillsides. In partnership with Francis & Alexander, the new spa is an extension of the Sonoma farm-inspired experience with a menu of spa services incorporating materials from the owner's ranch, along with herbs grown right in Farmhouse's kitchen garden.

According to Catherine Bartolomei, the re-design added elements and details that enable the hotel to take full advantage of its location in the Russian River Valley.

Virtual Roundtable

Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience

Join Hotel Management’s Elaine Simon for our latest roundtable—Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience. The experts on the panel will share how to inspire guest confidence that hotels are safe and clean and how to win back guest business.

Situated on a six-acre wooded property in Sonoma County's  Russian River Valley Region, Farmhouse Inn combines the hospitality of a family-owned country inn with the amenities of a Four Diamond Luxury boutique hotel. The inn has a Michelin-starred restaurant, a full service farm-to-table spa and gardens throughout the property. All of Farmhouse Inn's 25 rooms - including 17 Barn rooms and suites, eight cottage rooms and suites and two upstairs guest rooms in the original farmhouse - offer scenic views.

Suggested Articles

The Ohio-based company is bringing Mascioni Hotel Collection textiles to upscale and luxury hotels.

As businesses plan their back-to-work strategies, implementing a safe workplace is at the top of every executive’s mind.

The project at the Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, Colo., included updating all 124 guestrooms.