Immerse yourself in the vineyard lifestyle! Here is a rare opportunity to stay on an established boutique vineyard. Hollyhock Cottage has a nice sleeping/sitting area, kitchenette, extra large bath, lawn and outdoor area..come enjoy this cozy unit!
** Note: the 10% CA Lodging tax is included in the listed nightly price **
The home has 2 nearby cottages that may contain guests. Please keep late evening noise to a reasonable level.
We encourage a non-smoking environment. Absolutely no smoking indoors.
Pet Policy: Well-behaved dog(s) are welcome with an additional cleaning fee of $25 per stay. Once you book your stay you will receive a request to alter the reservation. A "guest" (your pet) will be added to the reservation, and you will have to approve the additional pet fee added to your reservation. If you plan to leave your pup in the cottage, please ensure they are kenneled. The vineyard is a great spot for dog walks and is completely fenced in if you would like to let your pup roam. However, if there are dogs staying in one of the other cottages please respect the local leash laws. Please no pets on the furniture or beds.
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Julie is originally from the Bay Area CA and Bill is from New England. After owning (and renting) a beach cottage in Kennebunkport Maine for the past seven years and recently having a baby girl we decided that it was finally time to get a vacation place a little closer to our home in the Bay Area.
But why choose another beach home when we have such amazing vineyards here? We purchased Hollyhock Vineyard in late 2015 and are excited to continue the high level of service set by the previous owners Lisa and Philip. Bill works in high technology and travels the USA to visit customers (and is now a part time farmer and vineyard manager). Julie is a middle school counselor (and part time rental property manager).
We love visiting Hollyhock Vineyard with our family and Golden Retriever Cappy. Cappy is the happiest pup in the world when he gets to race around the 8 acre property and say hello to the neighboring goats, horses, and the ground squirrels he can never seem to catch.