Rancho Wikiup
Lodge and, 
Welcome to Sonoma County’s premium, historic Stable / Lodge.   The building itself is one-half acre in size, with a 100-ft x 100-ft interior courtyard.

Step into a past era, and experience its beauty and serenity.  Rancho Wikiup offers the ideal location for your celebration in the heart of wine country, minutes from the Russian River, Healdsburg, and the exquisite Sonoma coast.  

We're located an hour's drive north of San Francisco, halfway between Santa Rosa and Healdsburg, CA, close to Mark West Creek. 

We know that life can be stressful...   Our goal is to make your stay memorable and comfortable.  

The present owners have remodelled and updated this 
exclusive vacation lodge, offering high-end living 
quarters with 5,000 square ft:

  • 3 Bedroom suites comprising 6 rooms with 3 Kings, 3 Queens, plus 3 sofa beds, 5 Bathrooms.
  • New furnishings, mattresses, linens.
  • Upscale Tuscany-style kitchen, with fully-stocked appliances, pots, utensils.
  • Formal Italianate dining room seats twelve comfortably.
  • Outdoor dining on teak furnishings.
  • Hi-Def Satellite 50" TV  w/suround sound, 2 DVD players, VCR,  wireless DSL, fax, copier, printer, 2 satellite TVs.
  • Hot tub with view overlooking lovely pastoral valley view, seats 6, deck, patio on an acre +of lawn, sprinkled with trees.
  • Lap pool about 56 ft long, crafted out of natural river rock. 
  • Pivate off-street parking for over 50 cars.

  • Outdoor gas & charcoal grills, fully equipped.
  • Massage available by appointment.
  • Well-behaved, flea-less pets are welcome.
  • No smoking in the house.

3-Night Minimum Stay
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(707) 495-3039
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Rancho Wikiup 

John Rosseter, a San Francisco industrialist, built this prized stable in 1915.  It was a time when horse racing had been outlawed in California, and the horse industry was almost non-existent.  Rosseter created a world-class collection of Thoroughbred horses, giving new life to the horse industry in Sonoma County.