About Our Healdsburg Luxury Inn 

Our Inn was first built in 1909 but has been fully remodeled both inside and out to offer our guests comfort and privacy in a welcoming, memorable setting. Each spacious and thoughtfully decorated guest room has a luxurious private bathroom that includes all the amenities guests come to expect. 

We are located a pleasant 5 minute walk from the charming cultural hub of Downtown Healdsburg, where you will find incredible shopping, gourmet dining, art galleries, and so much more. Downtown Healdsburg is also a great place to take a stroll on a warm summer night or picnic among the trees, gazebo, and fountain.

A stay at the Bella Luna Sonoma is a true luxury escape. Our lush garden is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a delicious glass of Sonoma wine. You will feel totally at peace surrounded by our fragrant palm, orange, fig, olive, and tangerine trees. Located near the swimming pool and deck, our tranquil garden oasis beckons guests looking to unwind with a good book, good wine, or good company.

Our pool is one of our property’s best features. Set in our glorious garden, the pool is the perfect place to relax, swim, and breath in that fresh Sonoma County air. Our pool is also equipped with an ADA approved chairlift.

Daniel & Stephen at Bella Luna Inn ribbon cutting


The serene elegance and gracious hospitality of Bella Luna Inn belies a surprisingly tempestuous past. The residence was built for Frank and Myra Hazen, a couple who arrived in Healdsburg in 1892 with a scandalous secret: they weren’t actually married. Frank opened Hazen’s dry goods store on the Plaza and became president of the Chamber of Commerce. Myra, a talented artist, presided over the influential Ladies’ Improvement Club and entertained frequently.

In 1906 they purchased this parcel and began construction of a nine-room house, which burned almost to the ground just before completion in 1908. Arson was suspected, but the couple had no known enemies, so it was a mystery. The house was rebuilt and completed in 1909.historic healdsburg downtown with line of cars

Frank and Myra went from being the toast of the town to the talk of the town the next year when Frank’s wife Sarah tracked them down in Healdsburg, demanding money and child support. She also pressed a $20,000 lawsuit against Myra for alienation of affection. The juicy saga and settlement made headlines in the San Francisco papers. Frank and Myra returned to Healdsburg, married, with their heads held high. They resided here until 1917 when Frank moved out. Myra dramatically went to the newspaper, charging Frank with adultery and begging to reconcile so that she could keep her home. She did keep the home, but Frank filed for divorce in 1921 and moved to Fort Bragg with his new wife. Myra did some Craftsman-style updating to the house in 1923 with some of her settlement money. She lived here for the rest of her life and passed away in 1949.

The house had several owners over the next 50 years, including the Bors and Latson families. In 2008 the property was totally renovated for conversion to a health spa. Daniel and Stephen purchased the former Healdsburg Health Spa property in 2010 for a bed and breakfast inn. The present owners worked with local architect Kenneth Munson to redesign the entire house to be compatible with a Bed and Breakfast. Today Daniel and Stephen are full-time innkeepers welcoming guests to Healdsburg and their tremendously popular luxury boutique inn.

Wonderful anniversary weekend at Bella Luna
My husband and I just spent 2 nights at the beautiful Bella Luna. Very relaxing and happy visit there. Daniel warmly greeted us. Our generously sized room had all the amenities one would need and the most comfortable bed that I have ever slept in. Décor is lovely and whimsical. Every little detail was perfectly placed and responded to any need a guest might have. Restaurants/shops are just a few blocks away. On our full day we went for a lovely morning hike and then spent the entire afternoon by the inn’s pool. On Daniel’s recommendations we had two great meals and wine. I very highly suggest that you stay at Bella Luna.
~ Heidi, Palo Alto 9/21