The hills will be green, the poppies will be blooming, and we’re getting married…
Come celebrate with us!
Kayta + David
Saturday, March 2nd, 2019
At our home & farm at Green Valley Farm + Mill, 13024 Green Valley Rd., Sebastopol, CA
3:15 pm: Guest Arrival
4:00 pm: Ceremony
4:30 pm: O'dourves
5:30 pm: Dinner
6:30 - 10:30: Cake, Campfire & Dancing
Travel & Transportation
Green Valley Farm + Mill is in Sonoma County, between the towns of Graton and Guerneville, about 80 miles north of the San Francisco and Oakland Airports. The Santa Rosa Airport, just 13 miles away, has limited flights from Seattle, Portland, and Los Angeles. The city of Santa Rosa, and to a lesser extent Sebastopol, are our closest transportation hubs.
If you are flying in to SFO or Oakland, we recommend renting a car at the airport. This is the easiest, most flexible way to get to and around Sonoma County. The Santa Rosa Airport Express shuttle runs to and from the Oakland and San Francisco Airports to a central location in Santa Rosa. Private shuttles to and from both Bay Area airports can be arranged through Western Eagle Shuttle. Uber and Lyft are active in and around Sebastopol especially on the weekends.
Getting to the Farm
Google maps is usually reliable getting people to 13024 Green Valley Rd. But just in case… We are located 4 miles west down Green Valley Road from Highway 116 (Gravenstein Hwy) and about 14 minutes from downtown Sebastopol. From Hwy 116, head west down Green Valley Rd. 3.5 miles past the Manzana Apple processing plant, Green Valley Road reaches Harrison Grade Rd and veers right. Stay right to continue on Green Valley Road. In a half mile you'll see the main driveway of the property to your right, marked 13024 with a big stonework mailbox triangle at the driveway entry. Turn right and head down the long paved driveway to the wedding!
where to stay
We’re between the towns of Sebastopol, Forestville, and Occidental, and about 30 mins from Santa Rosa, the county seat. There are ample hotels and quaint Air BnB options in the towns and rural areas surrounding us. March is offseason around here, so rates should be pretty reasonable.
Graton, Forestville, Occidental & Guerneville
These are the closest little towns to the farm. Each has a unique character.
Graton, about a 10-minutes away, is a sweet, tiny, unincorporated town with a cozy main street that has a great breakfast place and bar & eatery, and is surrounded by vineyards and wineries. There are no hotels in Graton, but plenty of Air BnB’s.
Forestville, also 10 minutes away, another good option for AirBnB’s. It has our nearest coffee shop, and another sweet little main street.
Occidental and Guerneville, also 10 mins away, have a few hotels in addition to plenty of vacation rentals (especially Guerneville and nearby river communities). Both towns are nestled in redwoods, and Guerneville is perched on the banks of the Russian River. Occidental, a wooded enclave, features a beloved local breakfast place, and the Union Hotel’s cottages. Occidental is quite close to the famous Wild Flour Bakery, which is perfectly situated to hit up on your out to the ocean!
Sebastopol, a larger town of about 12,000, is about 15 minutes from the farm. Sebastopol is bustling with all amenities. Check out the Sebastopol Inn, or the Fairfield Inn and Suites. Sebastopol has as Whole Foods and the Community Market in the center of town for groceries.
We're about 30 minutes from downtown Santa Rosa, a city of 200,000. Santa Rosa has the most standard hotel options, and the best taco truck in the world.
Camping on the land
Pitching a tent or camping in your car here on the farm is also a great option. We have nice outdoor showers and a kitchen in the Farmhouse for you to cook in. The weather is changeable in March (it can be very wet and cold or very sunny and springy) so campers should pack accordingly! Let us know if you’re planning on camping.
Things to do in Sonoma County
Make a thing of it! Sonoma County is a bastion of natural and gastronomical adventure — giant redwoods, dramatic ocean bluffs, decent surfing, seaside fishing towns, miles of trails, and some of the best wine and food in California. A local restaurant, Lowell's, recently commissioned an awesome area map with recommendations on the best local hikes, and rootsy restaurants and wineries. You can find the map here.
Let us know if we can help you plan a Sonoma County adventure.
Are children welcome? Absolutely!
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