About this listing
A quiet and easy walk to the historic downtown, we invite you to enjoy Petaluma and beyond, as well as our home, gardens and backyard. Comfortable 1200 sqft, private driveway for off street parking, owner off site but 10 min away if needed.
This is a simple, unpretentious, home in west Petaluma. The streets are wide and tree shaded, and you are a walk or bike ride away from the historic downtown, the Petaluma River, and many local parks.
Dine out or dine in, or picnic in the back yard garden. Amble to the Farmer's market (Saturdays) and take your finds home to create in the vintage kitchen or just hang around the house and relax with the modern amenities of WiFi/ TV. Or pretend you're not connected, and play some board games.
You can catch a live act at the Mystic or the Phoenix, or stay home and jam on the piano or guitar. The walls are hung with local art and the organic cotton linens are fresh and new.
Take the scenic back roads west to the coast/Point Reyes, or east to the Sonoma and Napa Valley wine country; jaunt up to SF, or explore local history and antique stores -whatever your plans you'll find Petaluma a unique town that works as well as a destination as a starting point.
We wish you the best for your stay in Petaluma. Please feel free to ask any questions that you may have. Please note that as Airbnb is not yet supporting the web collection of transient occupancy taxes in Petaluma, we have to bill you for a separate payment when you arrive to cover the 10% occupancy tax. Hopefully soon airbnb will automate this process like they have for other jurisdictions.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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For those looking on the VRBO website, you might have noticed that this property was marketed as "The Old Country." We didnt have quite the same room in the title section of this AirBnB listing, but the sentiment remains the same. "The Old Country" was the term my children used for this house after they left home. In fact, to this day, married and with different lives, they still refer to the house this way. Like immigrants to a new land recalling their roots, they always felt a connection to the house they grew up in. We hope potential visitors feel as welcome.