Take Highway 101 to Petaluma, then take the Washington Blvd. (Bodega Bay) off ramp.Turn left onto Washington Blvd. and proceed west through Petaluma. The road turns into Bodega Hwy. and joins Hwy 1 east of Bodega Bay. Continue west, then north on Highway 1 through Bodega Bay, Jenner, then Sea Ranch, and into Gualala. Serenisea is located exactly 3 miles north of downtown Gualala at the MEN 3.83 milepost on the ocean side of the highway. If you reach the village of Anchor Bay, you have gone 1/2 mile too far north. Travel time from the Golden Gate Bridge is about 2:45.
Take I-80 West from Sacramento area, or I-580 to I-680 to I-780 to I-80 East from Central Valley. Exit I-80 at the Highway 37 off-ramp at Vallejo. Proceed west on Highway 37 to Lakeville Rd. (about 14 miles). Lakeville Rd. is the first stop light past the Sears Point Raceway. Turn right onto Lakeville Rd. and proceed north into Petaluma. Just beyond the old train station is the Washington Blvd. intersection. Turn left on Washington Blvd. and proceed west on Washington Blvd. which turns into Bodega Ave. until you reach highway 1 east of Bodega Bay. Continue west, then north, on Highway 1 through Bodega Bay, Jenner, the Sea Ranch, and into Gualala. Serenisea is located exactly 3 miles north of downtown Gualala at the MEN 3.83 milepost on the ocean side of the highway. If you reach the village of Anchor Bay, you have gone 1/2 mile too far north. Travel time from the Sacramento is about 3:30.
Take Highway 20 west from Williams, passing along the north shore of Clear Lake, to Highway 101, north of Ukiah. Proceed south on Highway 101 toward Ukiah, continuing past town to the Highway 253 (Boonville Rd.) off ramp. Go west on Highway 253 to Boonville. Turn right on Highway 128, go through town (about 1 mile), then turn left on Mountain View Rd. Proceed west on this true mountain road to Highway 1 just south of Manchester. Turn left on Highway 1 and go south about 16 miles through Point Arena, and Anchor Bay. Serenisea is located ½ mile south of Anchor Bay at the MEN 3.83 milepost. Travel time from Williams is about 3:30; from Ukiah, about 2:00.
It is common for there to be local flooding in the bottom lands of Sonoma County during many winter storms. At the same time, a warm fireplace and a dramatic view of the roaring ocean can make this a memorable and romantic time to visit the coast. It is worth the effort to get out here. Don’t forget, our coast is used to getting lots of rain. Our roads are generally open or have good, safe detours. To get around areas that frequently flood we suggest:
Be aware, Caltrans and the Highway Patrol will frequently recommend that you not travel during stormy weather even though safe, alternate routes exist between your home and Serenisea. We will not waive charges for late cancellations made when safe routes into our area are open on the date you are scheduled to arrive. We suggest that you call us if you are unsure of the best route to take, allow extra time for the trip, drive carefully, and enjoy the adventure.