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World's Top 50 Hotels 2015

California: Farmhouse Inn
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Ranking the best hotels in the world is no small feat. That's why, for 20 years in a row, we've put the task to our readers. Whether you're seeking a luxe, European palace or a cozy coastal retreat a bit closer to home, this is the list to consult.

No. 8 Farmhouse Inn, Forestville, California

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Score: 96.00

On the heels of an $8 million renovation, the laid-back Sonoma inn has renewed interest among wine aficionados across the country. Set amid hundreds of wineries north of San Francisco, the luxury property (which does, indeed, have a farmhouse) has added nine rooms and a spa that uses fresh ingredients grown at one of its many on-site gardens. Of course, visitors don’t just come for the luxurious accommodations. The Michelin-starred restaurant attracts its own following with such iconic dishes as Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit—a trio of bacon-wrapped loin, ribs, and leg confit. Take advantage of the customized in-room wine tasting or try local varietals on a sommelier-led tour. 

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California: Farmhouse Inn

World's Top 50 Hotels 2015

No. 8 Farmhouse Inn, Forestville, California

Score: 96.00

On the heels of an $8 million renovation, the laid-back Sonoma inn has renewed interest among wine aficionados across the country. Set amid hundreds of wineries north of San Francisco, the luxury property (which does, indeed, have a farmhouse) has added nine rooms and a spa that uses fresh ingredients grown at one of its many on-site gardens. Of course, visitors don’t just come for the luxurious accommodations. The Michelin-starred restaurant attracts its own following with such iconic dishes as Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit—a trio of bacon-wrapped loin, ribs, and leg confit. Take advantage of the customized in-room wine tasting or try local varietals on a sommelier-led tour. 

farmhouseinn.com

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