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Where to stay and where to go

July 04, 2010

WHERE TO STAY

H2hotel, 219 Healdsburg Ave.; (707) 922-5251, http://www.h2hotel.com. Thirty-six simple yet stylish rooms and suites, all with balconies or patios overlooking the plaza or restored Foss Creek. Doubles from $295 to $495. Its Spoonbar restaurant offers local, sustainable takes on modern Mediterranean cuisine and a novel-length wine and spirits list, executed by cocktail impresario Scott Beattie.

WHERE TO GO

The Spa at Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St.; (800) 889-7188, http://www.hotelhealdsburg.com. Treatments include a Meyer lemon and sage massage ($120) and an organic wine and honey wrap ($110).

La Crema, 235 Healdsburg Ave.; (707) 431-9400, http://www.lacrema.com. Open daily, $5 tasting fee refunded with purchase.

One World Fair Trade, 106 B. Matheson St., Healdsburg; (707) 473-0880.

Arboretum, 332 Healdsburg Ave.; (707) 433-7033, http://www.arboretumapparel.com. Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays through Mondays.

SnowBunny, 312 Center St.; (707) 431-7669, http://www.snowbunnyyogurt.com.

Preston Vineyards, 9282 West Dry Creek Road; (707) 433-3372, http://www.prestonvineyards.com. Open 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily.
$5 tasting fee refunded with purchase.

Dry Creek Peach & Produce, 2179 Yoakim Bridge; (707) 433-8121, http://www.drycreekpeach.com. Open noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays in July and August.

TO LEARN MORE

Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, http://www.healdsburg.com

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