Set among eight acres of estate gardens, Madrona Manor provides space to unwind.
With eight acres of estate gardens, Madrona Manor offers a relaxing and private atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of town. Pepe Lopez, our head gardener has lovingly tended the gardens for over 10 years. He and his team have a deep knowledge of the region, its climate and plant material. Their passion shows in season after season of blossoms, fruits and vegetables. Whether it be forsythia and cherry trees, tulips, camellias, roses, lilies, annuals or perennials, there is nearly always something in bloom at the Manor.
Beyond the attractive nature of the wooded areas, lawns and flower gardens, an extensive organic kitchen garden generates produce for the restaurant during most of the year, with ingoing production of a wide variety of herbs. Lettuces, leeks, raspberries, heirloom tomatoes, squash blossoms and fava beans, as well as lemons, oranges, peaches and nectarines. While strolling the kitchen gardens, many a guest succumbs to temptation, plucking a ripe strawberry or cherry tomato for a taste of something ripe from the vine. As demonstrated by horticultural pioneer Luther Burbank over 100 years ago, Sonoma County's soils and climate are perfect for growing all manner of nature's bounty.