Final upgrades begin at Geyserville Inn
Dan Christiansen Jr., General Manager of the Geyserville Inn, provides an update on all the changes happening this year at the Geyserville Inn and the Hoffman House Restaurant.
In February, Geyserville Inn will enter the final phase of upgrading all 14 rooms. They will all get new furniture, amenities and paint.
Five more balconies will be added to the north side of our hotel. There are now 10 balconies that do not face the north side of the hotel. This will add the wine county vineyard experience for guests staying at the Inn.
Shortly after this project is completed, expansion will begin on the outside seating of the north side of the Hoffman House’s restaurant. French doors will be installed to enter the outer patio dining area. This space will have multiple uses, including normal dining seating, private event seating and additional access to the bar and restaurant for hotel guests relaxing by the pool.
This will be phase one of of a larger plan to expand and upgrade the experience and restaurant at the Hoffman House. In 2014, the intent is to build a new bar and to move the outer walls out onto the front deck, which will increase the inside of the restaurant. The kitchen will also be ungraded to allow dinner service in 2014.
Our goal is to provide a better destination experience than Napa is currently providing. Given that Sonoma County wine country is the top wine country destination, we think the timing couldn’t be more perfect. We also feel we can provide an even better dining experience for our guests staying at the hotel. This is something our guests have been telling us for years, and we aim to please!
We currently have some rough plans framed as you enter the Hoffman House, so stop by and take a look.