Directions from Anderson Valley to Seawolfwines
Healdsburg to Seawolf Wines and out to the coast and up to Ukiah.
Stop at Quail and Condor, your friendly neighborhood bakery for morning pastries and coffee https://www.quailandcondor.com in Healdsburg before heading up to SEAWOLF Wines for an AM wine tasting experience.
If you are planning an afternoon or sunset wine tasting experience at SEAWOLF Wines, stop by one of favorite restaurants in Healdsburg, Campo Fina https://www.campofina.com/bravissimo2020 for lunch before heading up to Yorkville Highlands.
Hendy Woods State Park located in Philo of the Anderson Valley is a great stop to connect with nature. The park is warmer and less foggy than most redwood parks along the coast, Hendy Woods is a popular spot for swimming in the summer and canoeing and kayaking in late winter and early spring.
There are cute vacation rentals around the Yorkville area to relax and stay at.
Vichy Springs Resort, established in 1854, is a unique 160-year old historic hot springs resort only 40 minutes north of SEAWOLF Wines.
Vichy Springs is the best of two worlds, a country inn and a hot springs resort. Vichy Springs offers the only naturally warm and carbonated “Vichy” mineral baths in North America. Vichy Springs offers rooms and cottages for overnight stays http://vichysprings.
You can also continue to the charming village of Mendocino on the coast for dinner and lodging at the Trillium Cafe https://trilliummendocino.com. Delicious food and cute rooms are offered at this lovely coastal restaurant.