Cloverdale affords travelers a variety of accommodations that are geared to suit nearly any need. With everything from a 62-room Best Western Inn to quaint smaller motels and inns reminiscent of bygone days, both business and recreational visitors will be able to settle down for an extended and comfortable stay. Most facilities include all the modern features travelers have come to expect, such as cable television, fax machines and data ports, while others offer special extra luxuries.
Cloverdale is also known as the place where the vineyards meet the redwoods. With an impressive array of bed and breakfast establishments from which to choose, travelers in search of that special romantic getaway or family outing will not be disappointed. With amenities such as a claw foot Jacuzzi tub for two, tower rooms, a private deck overlooking the vineyards, or a rocking chair built for two, you’re sure to have a stay that will leave you with memories which will last a lifetime.
For those in search of a little more adventure, there are also camping accommodations available including a NACO Campground and a KOA Kampground, which features tent and RV camping as well as individual cabins and lodges. Lake Sonoma’s Liberty Glen Campground is available nearby and equipped for drive-in camping with 97 campsites for RVs and tent campers. Lake Sonoma features boat-in camping and hike-in camping with 109 primitive campsites and two group-use sites.
Dozens of lodging facilities occupy the greater Sonoma County region as well. For more information on lodging in Cloverdale, visit the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce website, www.cloverdale.net.