With a wall of glass panel doors, this bungalow opens directly to the Pavilion. A fully-equipped chef’s kitchen with island seating looks onto the living area with a gas fireplace and rustic, wood tiled wall. A Thermador gas range and industrial grade appliances make cooking a dream. High ceilings, recessed lighting and skylights brighten this space while honey-colored wood floors add warmth. A large flat screen TV and bookshelves (stocked with original screenplays!) offer entertainment options within the serene layout.
The master suite with Queen bed enjoys a private, covered patio with forest views. There is a stall shower and deep soaking tub overlooking the countryside in the exquisitely tiled master bath. Separated by sliding barn doors, space is maximized to create a generous bath with dual vanities. There is an American Leather Queen sofa bed in the living area.
Separated by concrete walkways and tall dry grasses shaded by oak and manzanita, Bungalow 2 is another study in modern, rustic design with wide plank wood floors, white walls and sleek modern furniture. Top-sliding barn doors and pitched ceilings add to the spacious feel in the living/kitchen area. A butcher-block center island offers casual dining for 4. There is a Bosch gas stove top, retro-style refrigerator and top-grade stainless steel dishwasher, and the kitchen is fully stocked for cooking! (Note: There is no oven in Bungalow 2.)
The master bedroom has a queen bed and private door to the spacious bathroom. A floating dual vanity and the large walk-in shower add to the clean, spa-like ambiance of the bath.
There is a large, flat screen TV and American Leather Queen sofa bed in the living area. A generous, covered porch with seating provides a warm welcome for guests or a place to enjoy wine country evenings and views of the Mayacama mountains.
A stay at The Bungalow Twins guarantees a taste of the Wine Country you’ve always imagined. A short drive from your private residence will bring you to the best of what Sonoma Valley has to offer: family-run wineries, outdoor cafes, central plazas and beautiful walking trails.
• Glen Ellen Village Market
Convenient and well-stocked market for your wine tasting needs: yummy cheeses, sandwich deli and a great wine selection
• Mayo Family Winery
Lunch outside in Mayo’s picnic area and experience the mouthwatering flavors of their chef’s wine pairings
• Kunde Family Winery
Special mountaintop wine tasting 1,400 feet above the valley floor
• Kenwood Community Farmers Market
Check out the local goods in the Kenwood Plaza Park, every Sunday between June 7th, 2016 and September 13th, 2016. 11am-3pm
• VJB Cellars
Italian varietals, courtyard, wine tasting and Italian marketplace with wood fired pizza, deli, gelato, and shopping
• Cafe Citti
Indulge in authentic, family-style Italian meals at this casual, Zagat rated trattoria
• Benziger Family Winery
This family winery is kid-friendly, dog-friendly, people-friendly… and you can even take a private tram tour to see how the grapes make it from the vine into your glass!
• St. Francis Winery and Vineyard
The highly acclaimed multi-course food and wine pairing at St. Francis Winery and Vineyard is a must-do while staying in Kenwood. Taste the wonderful reserve wines available exclusively on-site and enjoy bites from the top rated “restaurant” in America by Open Table
• Kenwood Restaurant and Bar
Dine alfresco in the summer or by the roaring fireplace during winter at this other Zagat rated hotspot
• Sugarloaf State Park
This Kenwood park consists of 25 miles of scenic hiking trails, great for visitors of all ages. On a clear day, hike to the top of Bald Mountain for views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Sierra Nevada Mountains
• Robert Ferguson Observatory
Housing one of the largest telescopes in Northern California, this observatory is located within the Sugarloaf State Park and hosts monthly sun and star gazing events
• Sonoma Plaza
Travel to the town of Sonoma with its beautiful plaza, encircled by boutiques, wineries and restaurants and historical landmarks
• Santa Rosa
A pleasant ride to the city of Santa Rosa takes you to a more urban setting, replete with upscale shops, restaurants and attractions like the Charles Schulz “Peanuts” museum and the Safari West Wildlife Preserve
Take a drive to the iconic city of Napa for first-rate entertainment, culinary adventures of a lifetime and, of course, some of the most famous wine in the world
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