Hope-Merrill House


The Hope-Merrill House, a vintage Victorian turn-of-the century inn welcomes travelers in grand style to the California wine country. The Hope-Merrill House is a striking example of the 19th Century Eastlake Stick Style Victorian architecture popular between 1870 and 1885. The home is noted for its major architectural, cultural and historical significance and is now listed in Sonoma County Landmarks Register. J. P. Merrill and his wife, Martha, settled in Geyserville over a hundred years ago and J. P. became active as a land developer. The North end of town, where the home is situated, is identified on old land maps as "the Merrill addition to Geyserville."

The two homes are inviting, and the little extra touches of hospitality are unmatched. The stunning silk-screened wallpapers of designer Bruce Bradbury lighten the house and a variety of bold, striking motifs accent each room.

Enjoying a glass of wine on the porch or in the parlor, brings the day to a quiet end. In the morning, the sounds and scents of a home-cooked country breakfast, make awakening a special pleasure.

The Inns offer a grand view of Geyser Peak, the world's largest geothermal field, and the steam clouds rising from the Geysers are prominent above the surrounding hill area. Guests enjoy the rural atmosphere and wine buffs can take advantage of the wine tasting at small wineries located along the back roads of the Russian River Wine Trail.

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  • Air Conditioning

  • Fireplaces

  • Swimming Pool

  • Onsite Parking

  • Internet

  • Complimentary Breakfast

  • Hot Tub

  • Wine Reception

  • Smoking Not Permitted on Property

21253 Geyserville Avenue, Geyserville CA 95441