Highlands Resort – Gay Friendly Resort in Guerneville, California

Highlands Resort - Gay Friendly Resort in Guerneville, California

HIGHLANDS RESORT: LGBT RESORT SINCE 1979!

Celebrating the LGBTQ+ community since 1979!

We offer a sense of place. Cottages that are classic. A pool with a backyard vibe. A short walk to town. Towering Redwood trees. Tasty breakfasts. Most of our guests have stayed with us before and of those that are first time visitors, many have been referred to us by their friends. We’re also straight friendly.

We’ll curate your trip. We know all there is to know about having a good time in Sonoma County. Where to eat. Where to taste wine, beer, cider. The best bakeries. The most delectable creameries (cheeses, ice cream – all things dairy). And we share all the best inside tips with our guests.

Cabins are private and have porches that catch the sun. Big comfortable beds and cozy gas fireplaces. There are 15 guest rooms and 10 different floor-plans – take a look at our website to see what the differences are.

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Willows Inn – Gay Owned Inn in San Francisco, California

Willows Inn - Gay Owned Inn in San Francisco, California

WILLOWS INN: STAY GAY IN THE CASTRO

The popular Willows Inn Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located in San Francisco’s Lesbian and Gay Castro neighborhood. We’re an easy drive or street car ride from all of San Francisco’s popular sights. And we’re just a short walk from the epicenter of gay San Francisco life, Castro Street.

Housed in a 1903 Edwardian, the Inn’s decor is a blend of handcrafted bentwood willow furnishings, antique dressers, armoires, and cozy comforters.

We’re ideally situated at the crossroads to San Francisco’s efficient transportation system. The subway will whisk you downtown in 10 minutes, while the streetcars, buses and the antique trolley service can take you to any other point in the city. Golden Gate Park, the Bridge, Union Square shopping, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Baker Beach (San Francisco’s nude beach) — all of San Francisco is easily accessible.

The Castro neighborhood itself offers a wide range of restaurants and cafes, specialty and second hand shops, gyms, bars, and a vintage ’30’s movie palace.

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