Reis River Ranch Farm Stay
This Farm Stay Ranch experience is located on a 630-acre working cattle and horse ranch in Sonoma County. We are 35 minutes north of San Francisco, 15 minutes to downtown Sonoma, 30 minutes to Napa and only 5 minutes to downtown Petaluma. Located on the Sonoma-Marin County line, we are the gateway to the wine country, close to hundreds of California’s premier wineries of the Napa-Sonoma Valleys.
Accommodations include a continental breakfast. During your stay you can explore the ranch operations including our chickens, cows and horses and enjoy all the Reis River Ranch has to offer, including:
- Bird watching
- Forever wild wetlands
- Wildlife natural area
- California heritage oak trees
- Summer blackberry picking
- Photography opportunities
For an additional fee:
- Onsite wine tasting at our Reis River Ranch tasting room
- BBQ Hamburgers (Reis River Ranch grass-fed grain finished beef)
- Ranch Tour
Food: Breakfast: Continental Breakfast
Amenities: Linens, towels & soap provided. Free Dish TV, free wi-fi, iron & ironing board, great views and hiking trails.
Welcome to our home. Enjoy the morning sun from your own private balcony/deck or the sunset from our many hillside vista views. Our living room also has balcony views overlooking the Swan Lakes, pasture and hillsides.
Our Ranch home is perfect for Groups, Families or Corporate Retreats. Enjoy the second story of our 3-story ranch home. We live on the third floor but the second floor can accommodate 8 people. Four large beautiful bedrooms with 2 1/2 shared baths. 3 rooms with queen beds, 1 room with 2 bunk beds. Large living room with big screen TV.
Group rate for 8 people total:
Cost: Weekends Friday & Saturday:
$750.00 per night (two night minimum)
Check in 3:00PM – Check out 12:00PM
Plus, required Sonoma County TOT tax at 12% – TOT Certificate # 3172N
Agricultural and Ranching Education
Horses, cows, Dusty the Donkey, Chickens, Abundant wildlife including:100s of bird species including ducks, swans, hawks, herons and egrets, owls and jack rabbits, barn cats.