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Village Inn.

The Village Inn is a contemporary of the Highland Dell Inn, and just a short stroll away. Film buffs might recognize it as the setting for Bing Crosby's Holiday Inn.

In the main building, small rooms with a bath down the hall ($30 to $35) seem to have changed little since the earliest days. But an adjacent building holds seven renovated one-bedroom suites with small kitchens and private baths ($55 to $80); two have decks overlooking the river.

This is the only inn we describe with a restaurant open to the public, and it draws crowds of diners in summer (if solitude is your goal, you might look elsewhere). Hearty continental dinners (entrees about $9 to $15) are served in a charming old-fashioned dining room. On Sundays, brunchers congregate on a sunny deck.
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Title Annotation:Monte Rio, California
Publication:Sunset
Article Type:Hotel Review
Date:Sep 1, 1991
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