Get Lost: 72 Hours In California’s Underrated Wine Region,
Sonoma Valley

California’s True Hidden Gem Is Located in Northern California Right Next to Napa — Sonoma Valley.

“Once you arrive in Sonoma, lodging on the town square or within walking distance of it will be the most convenient. If you’re looking for a high end retreat, that is lowkey meets luxe, checking in at MacArthur Place will be the start to your weekend. Less than a five-minute walk away from Sonoma Plaza, the property, which features socially distanced suites and cottages, is an ideal spot for a relaxed, easygoing trip to wine country. Their safety protocols include required masks throughout the property, private (distant) dining by the pool and plenty of cozy nooks on property to distance from other guests…”

“Need a break from all the wine? Or simply looking to infuse more wellness into your Sonoma getaway? Experience a relaxing wine country getaway “at home” with a curated selection of products from MacArthur Market for an at-home spa retreat. While curling up in a plush MacArthur Robe, take in the scents of the property with Lola James Harper’s custom candle or purify the air with the portable Campo Essential Oil Diffuser.”

“Once you’ve worked up an appetite (by eating and drinking away the day), it’s only right that you get dressed up for a nice dinner (on property to make it easier). Layla, features Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and is filled with lots of fresh, local ingredients, with plenty of options for any kind of eater—there’s even a vegan bolognese, which we recommend even if you’re not on a plant-based diet.”

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