We have put together a list of suggested accommodations as well as maps of San Francisco and Gualala to orient yourself. Registrants will be provided with a large, detailed map that will serve as a souvenir of the event.





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The Stone Foundation has not designated a hotel for the events in the San Francisco. There are numerous hotels in the proximity of event locations. Below is a list of affordable options. 

We also recommend attendees use sites like Kayak.com to search for good deals on accommodation, flights, and car rental. We recommend flights into SFO or OAK-international.

The Geary Parkway Motel
For anyone interested in walking or being close. It lies midway between the Marina District and the Golden Gate Park (site of Saturdays lecture series) 
Rooms $100-$110 plus tax 

Presidio Inn Motel

Great Highway Inn

Stanyan Park Hotel 
The Stanyan Park Hotel is affordable, elegantly restored turn of the century award-winning hotel located just across from San Francisco's famous Golden Gate Park and were on the National Historic Registry. Rooms start around$200.


San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf Hostel is one of the nicest hostels and close to all events.

There are hostels throughout the city, check here for a full list.

Gualala, on the Mendocino Coast




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There are several hotels on the beachfront in Gualala, but most are unwilling to give a group discount until we can guarantee a headcount. As more people sign up for the event, we hope to offer more discounted hotel rooms in Gualala for the Symposium and the duration of all following workshops. 

Gualala Country Inn - $75/night for Symposium attendees, $85 for ocean view – closest hotel to the Gualala Arts Center (gualalaarts.org)  - 20 rooms, book while you can. 

Other recommendations are:

The Surf Motelsurfinngualala.com
The Breakers Innbreakersinn.com
The Gualala Hotelgualalahotel.net

Gualala Point Regional Park offers beautiful camping along the Pacific Coast with inland campsites also. However, camping is weather dependent and coastal California in January can be brisk. http://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Get_Outdoors/Parks/Gualala_Point_Regional_Park.aspx

If you have any questions regarding the Stonework Symposium or workshops, please contact: amber@stonefoundation.org or nicholas@stonefoundation.org