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Escape to the Sonoma Coast


I know I'm biased, but nothing beats the California Coast. I road tripped with the fam to the Sonoma Coast and it didn't disappoint.

Take a two hour drive from SFO - you can find yourself in coastal solitude in the beach town of Jenner. It's where the Russian River meets the Pacific.


Once you check into Timber Cove - get ready to relax! Built in the 1963 - Timber Cove has been newly renovated to have all the amenities of a fine resort. The hotel is described to be one part Hippie chic and two parts rustic modern (right up my alley). The hotel features 46 newly designed guest rooms, including eight premium suites, which offer a variety of ocean and forest views, and sunset vistas.


Timber Cove was designed by famed architect and original owner Richard Clements Jr., who was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural style. Envisioned as a dramatic A-Frame structure, the original Timber Cove generously incorporated redwood and stone materials to create a timeless space that complements the local surroundings. 


Timber Cove is home to Coast Kitchen, a coastal wine country concept that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days per week, Coast Kitchen offers a delectable menu featuring dishes sourced from local vendors and wine pairings from predominantly Sonoma-based vineyards.


Attractions & Activities:

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  1. Located on the famous Highway 1

  2. Fort Ross Historic State Park - (my family Pomo Native American History is showcased in the museum).

  3. Salt Point State Park

  4. Sonoma Coast State Park

  5. Black Point Beach

  6. Stargazing

  7. Local Beach Access

  8. Onsite Yoga

  9. Onsite Hiking Trails

  10. Sea Ranch Golf Club

  11. The Links at Bodgea Harbour

  12. Horseback Riding

  13. Local Wine Tasting

Bufano Peace Statue Monument - California's second smallest State Park is located at Timber Cove Resort. Designed by Beniamino Bufano, the Peace Statue Monument known as The Expanding Universe is an artistic masterpiece commissioned by Timber Cove's original owner in 1962.


Perched on the Bluff of the Pacific Coast - Timber Cove is a sanctuary for families and couples looking for a weekend retreat.

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