Sonoma County’s Harmon Guest House Awarded LEED Gold Building Certification


Joining an acclaimed family of Northern California properties that includes Hotel Healdsburg and h2hotel, the Harmon Guest House is Sonoma County’s newest modern addition to the historic town’s legacy. The site is making a name for itself as the first LEED Gold certified hotel in Sonoma County, making it the go-to environmentally-friendly retreat for locals and visitors looking to kick back in one of the state’s top relaxation havens.

Located just off the city’s plaza designed by Healdsburg founder, Harmon Heald, the Harmon Guest House is inspired by Heald’s community-minded thinking, including creative public spaces and unique room options and innovative, modern design.

Locally-sourced art and fixtures celebrate the town’s creative spirit. Guests are invited to choose from a curated wine list of both up-and-coming winemakers and long-time Healdsburg legends. The Harmon Guest House also features amenities like a creekside deck, rooftop social space, solar-heated pool, public bikes, and more.

With just 39 guest rooms, the property is a true retreat. King rooms come with spacious window seats while double queens and founder’s suites can adjoin to create a private wing. All rooms have balconies or patios with views of the creekside deck, mountains, or interior courtyard. Amenities include Treko hand-loomed bed throws, original art, spacious closets and Peace Industry rugs.

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