One perfect day in Boonville, CA

Visit this little town with big charm

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  • A cozy cottage all your own? The Boonville Hotel has a few new ones to choose from—we love the Pumphouse for its deck view of the garden and the pine-covered hills beyond (cottages from $250; boonvillehotel.com).

    Boonville cottages

    Photo by Erin Kunkel

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TGI Sunday: Some feel the Monday blues by Sunday afternoon, but at the Boonville Hotel, it’s party time. By 4:30, small plates are trotted out of the kitchen, Tomales Bay oysters are being shucked at the outdoor bar, and wine and cider are flowing freely on the patio. $$; 14050 State 128; 707/895-2210.

It’s beer country too: Scratch your pub-grub itch at the Buckhorn Boonville, which opened this year in what used to be the Anderson Valley Brewing Company before it moved to a much bigger place just east of town. Show local loyalty by ordering a Boont Amber, on tap. $$; 14081 State 128; 707/895-3224.

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