ELEGANCE IN NATURE
The backdrop of rolling hills, romantic forests and shimmering ponds creates one of the most scenic venues in the Bay Area. The Haven at Tomales beckons ...
Escape to a private location surrounded by some of California's last remaining untouched land. Create once in a lifetime memories with a gorgeous and memorable backdrop for the occasion.
Unique gathering location with multiple indoor and outdoor spaces to host corporate retreats and special meetings of any size. Amenities include full kitchen, handicap access, private conference room, on site team activities and a separate catering area.
Built over a century ago, The Haven has been transformed from a historic barn into a glamorous location to celebrate and gather.
The rolling hills, sweeping forests and sparkling ponds are a sanctuary for some of California’s most beloved wildlife creatures, such as deer, quail and geese. Our hope is to partner with individuals who have a love for nature and will appreciate the rareness of the untouched raw beauty.
In the United States, we lose 175 acres* of farmland every hour … But, something very different is happening at this ranch, home of The Haven at Tomales, in Marin County.
We are committed to land conservation and make a donation on behalf of every guest attending an event at The Haven to the Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT). This organization was formed to protect rural Marin County farmland and maintain a healthy, natural environment.
MALT has permanently protected this ranch, and many others, from development. Thus, this promise ensures these idyllic lands will continue to provide local food, wide-open spaces, and important wildlife habitat for generations to come. Working with ranching families like ours, MALT has protected about half of the farmland in Marin — but there’s more to be done and we’d love for you to join us in this mission!
Please visit malt.org to find out more about beautiful, bountiful West Marin and help us to protect the land that sustains us.
*Farms under Threat: The State of America’s Farmland, American Farmland Trust, 5/9/18