A row of rustic, two-story buildings with wooden shingles and multiple chimneys, reminiscent of the Lodge at Bodega Bay, set amidst landscaped greenery and a paved pathway leading to the entrances. Trees and bushes are scattered around the well-maintained lawn under a clear blue sky.

The Lodge at Bodega Bay
Bodega Bay, CA

A bluff overlooking Bodega Harbor with its busy fishing boats is the charmed setting for one of Sonoma’s iconic inns, The Lodge at Bodega Bay (previously Bodega Bay Lodge). A main lodge hosts a meeting rooms large enough for 70 guests and boast timbered ceilings and massive fireplaces to warm up rainy or fog-chilled days. The onsite restaurant, Drakes, is recognized for its California coastal cuisine and a spa with fitness center, infinity-edge hot tub and sauna, means a close-by opportunity to take a break from meetings.

Lodging is divided into two groups. Further up the hill near the main lodge are two hotel floors, all with private entrances, balconies and ocean views and many with fireplaces. Below the pool area, suites and rooms are set closest to the water. All have vaulted ceilings and gas fireplaces and some have soaking tubs and whirlpool baths.

Photo: Courtesy of The Lodge at Bodega Bay

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