In fact, our favorite Chardonnay Sonoma-Cutrer, is owned by the same owner as the Vintners Inn. We didn't peek into the rooms but we did sit down for breakfast in their small breakfast nook off the lobby. Hotel guests were entitled to the complimentary continental breakfast but we went all out, ordering the eggs benedict with country-friend potatoes. This dish was perfectly done with light creamy Hollandaise.
Yet we had major dish envy for our friend ordered the breakfast sandwich with a fried egg, bacon, tomato, avocado and chipotle aioli. Just what you want when coming in after a boozy wedding night. Even better, the prices were extremely affordable. Both the benedict and the sandwich came in under $10 each.
The rooms here, however, are a different story. They start at $225 a night but often hover in the low $300s.