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Timber Cove Inn Debuts New Room Designs

Dec 09th 2012



SONOMA COAST, Calif.— Timber Cove Inn has announced the completion of two model rooms, which are now available to guests. This completes the first part of a multi-phase renovation to the property, planned to allow the Inn continuous operation without disturbance to guests.

“We designed the rooms with the intention of creating a zen-like atmosphere that focuses on the Inn’s greatest attribute, the Pacific Ocean, its jagged coastline of headlands, crags, coves, and sandy beaches”, says lead designer Anne Jones of Design Atelier. “The rooms offer a fresh, luxurious feel while not compromising the destination’s main attraction, Mother Nature. We created a room that is a back drop to the spectacular views."

The cove view deluxe room is 360 square feet and the junior suite is 510 square feet. Key design points for these two rooms, which will continue for each of the additional 48 guestrooms, include: slate floors in the entry foyers; beds and bathtubs that face the ocean; telescoping barn doors leading into the bathroom; modern gas fireplaces; four fixture baths with MTI soaking tubs and Kohler faucets, separate walk in glass showers, and large well-lit vanities; new patios feature Adirondack style chairs; and custom lamps with multiple outlets. (For the full story)




I just booked a ‘Sonoma Sweethearts’ reservation for Valentine’s Day weekend.
We are repeat guests who are coming up from San Francisco.  We really enjoy the spot!
My request is that our Cove room please have a King sized bed as my boyfriend is over 6’ tall and we cannot sleep in a queen.
We look forward to it (well I do, he doesn’t know yet as it’s a surprise for him!).

The reservation is under Omansky, Helene.

Thank you very much

Jan 25 2013, 9:35 PM

Timber Cove Inn

Thank you Helene! We will be so glad to have you back with us again! Your request is noted and we will do everything possible to honor it, even though we cannot guarantee. Have a safe trip up the coast!

Jan 27 2013, 9:52 AM