Sonoma County vineyards

Glen Ellen Vacation Rental

Plan a visit to the celebrated Sonoma County Wine Country! Glen Ellen Getaway offers a comfortable place for your whole family to stay. This charming two-bedroom home, in a quiet neighborhood, is nestled in the heart of the Sonoma Valley. Conveniently located between Arnold Drive and Hwy 12, the house is only minutes from the charming town of Glen Ellen and ten minutes from downtown Sonoma.

Rates start at just $200.00 per night or $1200.00 per week. Children and pets are welcome and will enjoy the large backyard and garden! More details on renting this lovely house can be found on the about page and you can view more pictures on the gallery page. Suggestions for sightseeing, wine tasting and restaurants can be found by clicking on the what to do link, written by a native of Glen Ellen and the Sonoma County Wine Country.

The Valley of The Moon

The Sonoma Valley, also known as the Valley of The Moon, is one of the most exciting destinations in not only California, but also the world. Not just for wine lovers, the valley's rich history can be explored in the Sonoma Plaza, General Vallejo's home, Jack London State Park, and many other interesting and enjoyable excursions

Come and see why renowned author and world traveler, Jack London, chose to make Glen Ellen his permanent home. Nestled between Sonoma and Kenwood, in California's wine country, Sonoma County vineyardsthis small village is an oasis of greenery, history, great restaurants and of course award winning wines. This rental is an ideal location for exploring Kenwood, Glen Ellen, Sonoma, and the Napa Valley.

We appreciate your interest in Glen Ellen Getaway. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about visiting our home or the Wine Country.

"The air is wine. The grapes on a score of rolling hills are red with autumn flame. Across Sonoma Mountain, wisps of sea fog are stealing. The afternoon sun smolders in the drowsy sky. I have everything to make me glad I am alive."
Jack London John Barleycorn,1913