Madrona Manor






About Madrona Manor:
Madrona Manor in Healdsburg is a Sonoma Wine Country Inn and Restaurant that offers the perfect setting for an elegant garden wedding. This eight acre hilltop estate among enchanting gardens and wooded areas overlooks the Dry Creek Valley. Madrona Manor guests are captivated by a grand estate setting combined with friendly, warm service and a sense of rich romantic history.

Madrona Manor was originally built for a successful San Francisco banker in 1881, then known as the Madrona Knoll Rancho. For the last 127 years, the historic estate has perfected the art of entertaining guests from around the world in quaint wine country style. Specializing in grand parties, the gardens and grounds of the Mansion have been thoughtfully woven together to provide various different indoor and outdoor wedding ceremony and entertainment locations and can easily accommodate both the small, intimate party as well as weddings with a guest list up to 150. The long standing reputation of Madrona Manor’s restaurant for accommodating large groups without compromise for style and quality; from five course evening wedding dinner menus or gourmet buffet options, the culinary and service teams provide only the finest service.

We invite you to discuss your wedding with a member of our event coordination staff; here to thoughtfully assist in the creation of an elegant and memorable special day for your friends and family. From start to finish, we work very closely with you or your wedding planner, paying special attention to your desires in order to create a wonderful custom wedding experience, tailored to your wishes. With more than twenty-five years of wedding planning expertise and extensive resources, we guarantee you a wedding to remember! To inquire about your desired wedding date or discuss your wedding day plans, please contact our Director of Special Events: Kacie McGranahan. We are looking forward to helping you create the quintessential wine country wedding that you and your guests will never forget!