Anderson Valley Inn

Anderson Valley Inn

Philo, California 95466
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Local Phone: (707) 895-3325

Located across from Scharffenberger Cellars the Anderson Valley Inn offers comfortable and affordable lodging in the heart of Mendocino Wine Country.

All the valley’s wineries, shops, restaurants, the Anderson Valley Brewing Company, and the magnificent old growth redwood forest at Hendy Woods State Park are within a ten-minute drive.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Cost per dog: $30 for one dog; $45 for two dogs Per Stay
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
  • Other comments: Pets are not allowed in the standard rooms. There are 2 dog-friendly rooms.

Navarro Vineyards, Mendocino County. Photo Credit: @goldens_flutie_ferris
Navarro Vineyards, Mendocino County. Photo Credit: @goldens_flutie_ferris
If your dog is like most, she doesn’t give a sniff about how “approachable” the wine you’re sipping might be. She cares about how approachable the winery’s visitor facility is to canine guests. And in Mendocino County and elsewhere on the North Coast, you can pull up to any of scores of tasting rooms and be assured of a warm welcome. more »
Foursight Winery Dog
Photo courtesy: Foursight Wines
Many Mendocino County visitors stay glued to the gorgeously sculpted coastline, but to do so is to miss out on star attractions such as the Anderson Valley wine region, bisected by Highway 128 and encompassing the Boonville, Philo, Yorkville Highlands and Navarro appellations. more »
Husch VIneyards
At Husch Vineyards. Photo: Patti Tapscott Kirkland
Many Mendocino County visitors stay glued to the gorgeously sculpted coastline, but to do so is to miss out on star attractions such as the Anderson Valley wine region, an area bisected by Highway 128 and encompassing the Boonville, Philo, Yorkville Highlands and Navarro wine regions.  more »
Anderson Valley Tasting RoomIf your dog is like most dogs, he doesn’t give a woof about the raspberry and leather notes that distinguish a 2009 pinot from its 2011 counterpart. What matters to Max is a comfortable place to curl at your feet while you imbibe. There’s no shortage of wineries that fit the bill in Mendocino County’s Anderson Valley, an area bisected by Highway 128 and encompassing the Boonville, Philo, Yorkville Highlands and Navarro wine regions. more »
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