SingleThread Restaurant & Inn in Healdsburg is one of the most magical culinary and hospitality experiences I have had in my life. After my dining experience at SingleThread Restaurant I returned back for a behind the scenes tour of their Inn. Wow I was blown away. Follow this tour and see all of the incredible touches their guests get to enjoy while staying at SingleThread Inn.
The incredibly talented husband and wife duo Katina and Kyle Connaughton
Views of the beautiful dining room designed by Avroko. Read more the design and inspiration Avroko.com
I loved the serving station off to the side of the dining room. Even thought it was tucked away it was such a nice detail.
Beginning the tour of the upstairs Inn. This is guest lounge where they can relax, read and also have breakfast service and or dinner. If guests stay for more than one night the night they do not eat downstairs in the restaurant the team will prepare a separate meal for them up here so essentially they get to dine with SingleThread Restaurant twice during a stay. Talk about heaven!
Touring the guest room. I loved the tall ceilings and how grand and spacious the room felt.
The assortment of goodies guests enjoy in their rooms. Although I did not get to try these chocolates I can imagine how delicious they are. And the same day I experienced this tour I tasted the Freeman Pinot Noir at Chef Charlie Palmer’s Pig’s & Pinot Event held at The Hotel Healdsburg which was divine.
Some of the amazing products in the bathroom. I am such a product nut that I always love seeing what hotels offer their guests and Aesop products are heavenly.
The additional back up products for guests. I love the Harry’s Shaving Kit set. Really the SingleThread Inn team has thought of EVERYTHING!
Daytime views from the rooftop overlooking Healdsburg
Thanks again to the SingleThread Restaurant & Inn team for having me dine with you and taking the time to show me this behind the scenes tour. Your Restaurant & Inn are stunning and I hope I get to return again soon and stay with you!
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