Harmon Guest House | Healdsburg, California

Harmon Guest House | Healdsburg, California

The Vibe: Local, sustainable, and authentic.

The Area: In Healdsburg, dubbed the American culinary capital and set amongst the vineyards from the Sonoma Wine Country. 

The DNA: Harmon Guest House prides itself on being a steward of its surrounding land and community. David Baker Architects used natural, durable materials—such as reclaimed redwood sun-shading—to create the hotel’s signature “modern organic” atmosphere. The roof features a highly reflective surface that reduces the amount of heat that the building emits as well as solar thermal panels that are used to heat water. Despite the small footprint, 43% of the site has been allocated to outdoor spaces. A buffet breakfast is served at te sister h2hotel, while culinary offerings and wine tastings can be found within walking distance. There are complimentary bikes, and an outdoor swimming pool. Gourmet classics, snacks and (local) wines can be enjoyed at the rooftop lounge and deck with firepit.

Suite-Me-Up: Spacious rooms and suites come with air conditioning, a desk, a coffee machine, locally crafted minibar and a flat-screen TV. All feature a balcony or patio overlooking the hotel’s private park, courtyards, or Fitch Mountain.

Seen: archdaily, dezeen

✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 39 rooms & suites (37-70m2) • hotel opened: September 2018 • architecture & interior design: David Baker Architects ✅ free on-site parking • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible

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