About a 10 minute walk back to the top of our road you’ll find The Madrones, an Italian-inspired complex of buildings that includes three tasting rooms pouring local and regional wines and Stone & Embers, an intimate restaurant serving up distinctive small plates and Neopolitan pizzas out of its wood-fired oven.
Our other neighbor is Goldeneye Winery, known for their highly respected Pinot Noir wines. The vineyards that produce the grapes for Goldeneye’s wines are the same you’ll enjoy from various viewing spots around Indian Creek Inn’s property.
Across the street you’ll find two more excellent local wineries, Balo and Domain Anderson. That makes six Anderson Valley tasting rooms and a restaurant located an easy walk from your room at Indian Creek Inn, so if you’d like to take a break from driving you’ll still have some premium tasting options right down the road.
If a hike is more your style, just past The Madrones you’ll find Indian Creek County Park among a large stand of old growth Redwoods. Take a walk along the nature trail to explore the forest and splash in the creek not far from where it joins the Navarro River.