If you are already decided about attending our celebration and are ready to book your accommodations please follow these guidelines:

1. If you would like to stay onsite you can let us know through our RSVP form. Specifically, if you would like to camp onsite you can reserve your spot on this form. We will be providing a light breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings; please see the “FAQs” page for more information.

2. If you would like to stay offsite there are plenty of options in the area. We have reserved a block of rooms at the Hampton Inn in Ukiah (see below for instructions), but you are welcome to reserve a room in any hotel / AirBnB you like! We recommend booking early, as this area is a popular for summer getaways.





Bell Valley offers 6 beautiful lofted tents for those who want to be closer to nature while still sleeping on a bed (each tent has two twin beds OR 1 queen bed). The tents are plenty spacious, and have electricity. Cost: $150 for the weekend.



A big reason we chose Bell Valley as our venue was its capacity to offer our guests the option to camp! BYOT (bring your own tent - or borrow one of ours) camping will be available for approximately 60 guests. Please fill out this form if you would like to reserve a campsite. Cost: $40 for the weekend per person.



If you are interested in the Glamping / Camping options, but are a little concerned about the prospect of embracing nature in all its forms, read on! Bell Valley recently completed construction of a ‘Bath House’ (see left) which contains four large showers, several handicap accessible bathrooms, two large sink / mirror areas, plenty of electrical outlets, and even a washer/dryer.


Boonville, CA

The Boonville Hotel ( http://www.boonvillehotel.com/ ) offers unique, comfortable rooms and a renowned paella dinner on Sundays. Prices vary from $255 to $395 per night with breakfast included; there is a two night minimum. Last we heard, they're 100% booked, but call to double check. Here’s a nice write-up of the hotel, its restaurant, and the town of Boonville itself.

The Indian Creek Inn ( http://www.indiancreekinn.biz/ ) has beautiful views over winding vineyards an rolling hills (see picture below). The rooms are simple and range in price from $150 (standard) to $250 (suite). The Inn is actually located in the small town of Philo, CA which is a 6min drive to Boonville and a 15min drive to Bell Valley.

The Philo Apple Farm ( https://www.philoapplefarm.com/ ) is a great option for a group of friends or a family looking for a secluded stay in quaint wooden cottages surrounded by apple trees. There are four options for housing at the Farm, all of which include light breakfast (with jams made from the fruit on the property), which run for $300 a night with a two night minimum. Fun fact, the founders of the French Laundry own the Farm, and the New York Times wrote a nice piece about them.

The Anderson Valley Inn ( http://avinn.com/ ) provides it’s guests with some of the most budget-friendly accommodations in Anderson Valley. Rooms begin at $145 for a standard room with a queen bed, and top off at $190 for a suite with a queen and a single bed.

Admittedly, we know less about SheepDung Properties ( https://www.sheepdung.com/ ), but the cottages look idyllic online!

Image: Indian Creek Inn

Image: Indian Creek Inn

Ukiah, CA

We've reserved 9 rooms at Hampton Inn, Ukiah ( 707-462-6555 ). The rooms are nice with two sinks, a desk, ironing board, and complimentary breakfast. There is also an outdoor hot tub and swimming pool. We secured a 15% discount which brings the rooms to $175/night. Call them at 707-462-6555 and ask for "Agmon/Roth Wedding" to secure a discounted room before May 17th.

If you would prefer something a little less expensive, you can also find some budget hotels with rooms under $100 in Ukiah.

Image: Hampton Inn

Image: Hampton Inn