An abundance of charm sets the mood at this 1800s B&B.
Urbanites and local dwellers alike can take pleasure in the Victorian architecture and quintessential country atmosphere of this historic inn. Established in 1890 by William Wallace Thatcher, the founder of the modern community of Hopland, this three-story property boasts period antiques, an outdoor courtyard and a fireside library. The inn has 21 rooms, and each includes air-conditioning, an ironing board, a hair dryer and direct-dial telephone. Rollaway beds are available. Currently, there is no elevator service to the second and third floors. The fireside library, complete with wingback chairs and cozy couches, is the perfect place to relax with a book. Guests might also spend the afternoon unwinding in the private courtyard. Downstairs, an on-site restaurant serves complimentary breakfast and à la carte dinner.