Jack London Village

4.3111 Votes

The stone winery building of Jack London Village is nestled within the mature trees overlooking the confluence of Ashbury Creek and Sonoma Creek and is surrounded by various attractions. Enjoy gourmet Italian cuisine at the Aventine Restaurant or the traditional Nepali fare at the Yeti Restaurant. The Sculpturesite art gallery houses a number of intricately crafted contemporary sculptures. Take a peek inside the Wine Country Chocolates that is always filled with the aroma of freshly made chocolates and enjoy some fine country chocolates on site. The Glen Ellen Historical Society History Exhibit will let you have an insight of the life of Jack London and his spouse, winemaking process during his time and the local history of the town. Horatius around Jack London Village offers fresh coffee, desserts and breakfast items amid a cozy environ complimented by antique decors.

How to Reach Jack London Village

  • Buses 30, 38 to stop –Arnold Dr

  • Jack London Village Address: 14301 Arnold Dr, Glen Ellen, CA 95442, USA, United States
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Jack London Village Reviews & Ratings

  • Quaint, clean, comfortable hotel. Great location. Friendly staff with wonderful recommendations. Nice pool and hot tub. Less than 5 minute walk to fabulous restaurants. Great French bakery across the street. Close to Jack London State Park - worth visiting!

  • Large, clean, comfy rooms. Friendly staff. Close to village amenities. Great stay.

  • Lovely & quaint!! Comfortable beds, towels, very clean, etc. Continental breakfast. Wonderful friendly staff.

  • Very cute vacation spot! The pool area is beautiful. Our AC didn’t work, but besides that, everything was perfect here.

  • The beds were adequate although a bit soft to my liking. Room is large enough for a couple of nights stay. The location is good with nearby Glen Ellen village market, wine tasting rooms, and a few well known restaurants. Very quiet area even though it's only a few minutes away from the tourists central Locations, but this felt like a world apart. I guess there's no more continental breakfast, at least not in the winter it seems.

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