Find bed and breakfast lodging in Sebastopol, located 55 miles north of San Francisco. Surrounded by rolling hills, an agricultural landscape, and on the east by the Laguna de Santa Rosa Wetlands Preserve, the mild Mediterranean climate and ocean influences make the area perfect for agriculture and recreation.
Visitors are often surprised by the sophistication of this small-town community. Sebastopol offers a unique blend of Main Street retail, restaurants, specialty shops, entertainment, and local farms which provide fresh products to local markets and restaurants.
Located downtown, the Sebastopol Center for the Arts has a gallery, performance space, literary arts programs and classes. The town hosts annual local and regional events such as the Apple Blossom Festival, Gravenstein Apple Fair, Celtic Festival, Shakespeare in Ives Park, and the Cajun Festival entertain locals and draw attendance from throughout the region.
Trails and parks provide opportunities for hiking, bicycling and picnicking, and a chance to appreciate the area’s wildlife. The new Joe Root Trail is a scenic regional link to the Sebastopol downtown for bicyclists and hikers. Sebastopol is 20 minutes from Bodega Bay and the beaches and the Pacific Coast cliffs.