Quantcast

B&Bs / Inns in Napa Valley

INNspiring.com | Innkeeper Forum & Innkeeping Resources

Help Support INNspiring.com | Innkeeper Forum & Innkeeping Resources:

The Tipsy Butler

Well-known member
Joined
May 30, 2008
Messages
510
Reaction score
0
We're looking at taking a break for ourselves (GASP) early next year. Does anyone have any recommendations in the Napa area?
I should know where everyone is located, so I could be more targeted in my search for advice, but I'm hopeless, so I don't.
Any suggestions much appreciated.
 

Banana

Well-known member
Joined
May 14, 2009
Messages
175
Reaction score
0
I stayed at The Candlight Inn in Napa Valley for my innkeeping seminar several years ago. At the time, was a very nice property, not too huge (12 rooms, I think) with lovely grounds and a pool. Close to the wineries, but not in a congested area. Not within walking distance to shopping or restaurants either, though. I don't believe it is still owned by the same people. I'd recommend it.
 

The Tipsy Butler

Well-known member
Joined
May 30, 2008
Messages
510
Reaction score
0
I stayed at The Candlight Inn in Napa Valley for my innkeeping seminar several years ago. At the time, was a very nice property, not too huge (12 rooms, I think) with lovely grounds and a pool. Close to the wineries, but not in a congested area. Not within walking distance to shopping or restaurants either, though. I don't believe it is still owned by the same people. I'd recommend it..
Thanks so much. It's one of the ones I liked very much. The big down-side is exactly the one you mentioned ... not within walking distance to restaurants. We're still researching. Because we don't get away much and we have some time I'm looking for all the input I can get.
 
Top