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***Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport (STS) has non-stop flights to and from Seattle, Portland, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles (LAX).

Directions to A Victorian Garden Inn
from San Francisco International Airport
 

As you leave the airport, take Highway 380 (West-bound) toward San Francisco. It will feed into 280 (North). Stay on that as it takes you into The City and becomes 19th Avenue toward the Golden Gate Bridge (yes, that bridge!). 19th Avenue will take you through Golden Gate Park and the Presidio as it feeds onto the Golden Gate Bridge -- and it becomes Highway 101 (North).

Stay on 101 (North) as it passes through Marin County -- you'll pass the cities of Sausalito, Mill Valley, Corte Madera, Larkspur, and San Rafael. North of San Rafael, just as you enter Novato, watch for the exit to Highway 37 (Eastbound). You should see signs saying 'Napa, Sonoma, Sacramento.'

Stay on 37 (East) to the 2nd Traffic Signal where you turn LEFT onto 121 (North) which passes by Infineon Raceway and continues until it veers right at a motel and gas station.

Then LEFT onto Highway 12 at the Fire Station (marked sign) straight north to the Sonoma Plaza. Turn RIGHT onto East Napa Street and go 2 1/2 blocks to #316 -- That's A Victorian Garden Inn. You made it!

 
Directions to Victorian Garden Inn
from Oakland International Airport
 

Leave the airport on Highway 880 (North) and follow it to Highway 580 (West). Signs should indicate you are going toward San Rafael.

Stay on 580 (West) as it takes you across the scenic Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. As you come off the bridge, follow the signs onto Highway 101 (North). There's often heavy traffic at this point, so be careful.

Continue northward on 101 as it leaves San Rafael and approaches Novato. Exit onto Highway 37 (East). You should see signs saying 'Napa, Sonoma, Sacramento.'

Stay on 37 (East) to the 2nd Traffic Signal where you turn LEFT onto 121 (North) which passes by Infineon Raceway and continues until it veers right at a motel and gas station.

Then LEFT onto Broadway/Highway 12 at the Fire Station (marked sign) straight north to the Sonoma Plaza. Turn RIGHT onto East Napa Street and go 2 1/2 blocks to #316 -- That's A Victorian Garden Inn. You made it!

 
Directions to Victorian Garden Inn
from the East Bay (Contra Costa County)
 

Take Highway 680 (North) to the Benicia Bridge. Change to Highway 780 (North) as it feeds you into Highway 80 (North) toward Sacramento. Take the exit onto Highway 37 (West) towards Napa.

Stay on 37 (West) for several miles until you can turn RIGHT onto Highway 29 (North). Proceed on that road until you can turn LEFT at the signal light onto Highway 121/12 (West).

Go to the third signal light where you should bear RIGHT around (not through) that signal light until you come to the signal light at 8th Street East. Turn RIGHT (North) on 8th Street East.

Continue on 8th Street to its end where you should turn LEFT onto Napa Street. Go past the Stop Sign until you come to #316 -- That's the Victorian Garden Inn. You made it!

   
SONOMA COUNTY WEATHER
   
Springtime In Sonoma County....
  From March to June, weather in Sonoma County is about as agreeable as you could ever imagine. The temperature ranges from the low 50's to about 80 degrees in the daytime. At night you can expect it to drop to the 40's in March and April, and to around 50 in May and June.

Sometimes we have a bit of rain in March, and even a little in April. Typically, it's not enough to keep you from enjoying the natural beauty of the area. More often, we have gentle sunny days with a light breeze.

You probably won't need much more than a sweater or light jacket if you visit us in the Springtime.
   
Summer In Sonoma County....
  Summertime, and the livin' is wonderful! Summer in Sonoma is the best of all worlds. Even in July and August, our temperatures rarely hit 100 degrees, and the humidity is moderate. Since we've nearly always got a gentle breeze blowing, you're likely to be comfortable even on the hottest days. Generally, summer temperatures range between 75 and 90 degrees -- at night we cool off to around 60 most of the time. Just cool enough for a light sweater.

It almost never rains in the summer here. Our days are bright and sunny with clear blue skies and a light breeze. If you need to cool off, how about a dip in our beautiful, large pool? And Sonoma County abounds with lakes, rivers, and a convenient nearby ocean. Also, we have air conditioning!
   
Autumn In Sonoma County....
  By late September, our weather is beginning to cool off -- although we usually have quite a good 'Indian Summer'. The usual temperature range in September is high 70's to mid 80's. In October, from 70 to 80. And by November we're mostly in the 70's. Nights cool down into the upper 40's and low 50's, so bring a wrap.

You shouldn't expect much rain in September and October. November varies from year to year, but typically has as much sunshine as cloudy-rainy weather.
   
Winter In Sonoma County....
  Many people say winter is their favorite season here, with temperatures comfortably in the high 40's to around 70 most of the time. We sometimes have a cold snap where the mercury plunges all the way down to about 40 degrees. And once in a while we get a stray summer day with temperatures up around 80! But most of the time, it's cool and breezy.

The nights do get chilly -- we get frost most nights with temperatures right around freezing. And now and then we'll even get a hard freeze when it stays below 32 degrees for a whole day -- but that's unusual. You should bring a warm coat, and maybe your mittens. Of course, our rooms with fireplaces are the perfect antidote for cold winter days.

Winter is our rainy season -- we don't get any snow (it's a short drive to some great ski areas, though). If you visit us in the winter months, bring your umbrella and raincoat. The rain won't stop you from touring around the area, but you should be prepared to keep yourself dry.
   
All in all, the weather in Sonoma County is probably better than wherever you're coming here from. We love our gentle seasons...and we're betting you will, too!
 

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