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July 11, 2012

Guerneville: The Creekside Inn; hotel review

101 North 

by guest blogger, Candy B. Harrington

The Creekside Inn is an a very accessible place to overnight while exploring the Russian River area.  There’s plenty of accessible parking, with barrier-free access to the office, and elevator access to the second floor of this 28-room property. The Lark Cabin is the most accessible unit, with wide doorways, barrier-free pathways and a spacious bathroom with a roll-in shower and a fold-down shower seat. Other bathroom access features include a hand-held showerhead, shower grab bars, a roll-under sink and toilet grab bars on the back and side walls. Access to the public areas is good too at the Creekside Inn, with a lift available for the pool and hot tub. There's also a barbeque area with level access and an accessible picnic table. And with the Russian River flowing in the background it's the perfect place to sip a glass of wine and enjoy the natural beauty of Sonoma County.

Candy Harrington is the author of 22 Accessible Road Trips; Driving Vacations for Wheelers and Slow Walkers. This great resource features 22 driving routes across the United States with information about wheelchair-accessible sites, lodging options, trails, attractions and restaurants along the way.

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image ©Charles Pannell; depicts the accessible Lark Cabin

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