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This past month, we took off for a mid-week escape to the Warrington House Airbnb. Located in the Santa Rosa Hills, only an hour from San Francisco, we found ourselves immersed in nature. There is something to be said for breaking away during the week to unplug.

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

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What we loved about the time there was how serene it was. Tucked away behind towering oak trees and rolling hills, it’s the perfect hideout. At night it was quiet, the fire crackling in the background, as we hung around in the living room. The time moved slow, in a good way. As we started each day with pour-over coffee in ceramic mugs, the light poured in. It was idyllic, otherworldly in the sense that we weren’t far from home but at the same time, worlds away.

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

There was no denying that we didn’t want to leave — two nights had us craving for more time. Sonoma County has long become an area we adore to retreat to. It has an edge to it of relaxation yet proximity to wineries, great food, and adventures outdoors.

So after a couple of days of being tucked away at the Warrington House, here’s a look at our stay in photos.

Weekend Getaway: The Warrington House


Property Details

Booking: Airbnb
Rooms: 3 Bedrooms + 3.5 baths
Guests: 8 Guests


Inside the House

The attention to detail inside the house is charming. There’s an ode to it’s historic bones but elevated with the modern traveler in mind. With amenities like Turkish Towels for soaks and thoughtfully placed kitchen accessories, you will not need to bring much other than yourselves.

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House


Outside the House

Natural landscape and stoned walls could place you in the south of France. Certainly the cedar soaking tub with views over the valley is where you’ll want to end the day. It’s the spot to come to and unwind.

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House


Other Details

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House

Sonoma Getaway: The Warrington House


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