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Staying in a Napa Valley bed and breakfast is the perfect way to relax and unwind. Many offer modern conveniences and you will find they are less chaotic than hotels. From the minute you walk in the door, you will be greeted with a warm, friendly, and welcoming environment.
You will find them all over the valley both in the City of Napa and throughout the countryside. Most feature anywhere from two to ten rooms. A few on this list are also a little larger with up to around 30 guest rooms and cottages.
Read on to learn more about the best B&Bs in Napa Valley.
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Address: 1938 First Street,
Room Rates: Range from around $150 to $500 a night
The Inn on First is a newly renovated Napa Valley bed and breakfast located in the heart of wine country. With 10 rooms, this inn offers a cozy experience with king sized beds in every room.
All of the rooms are also equipped with a private bath, two-person whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, and free wireless internet access. The room price includes a meal for two every morning.
I love this place because they also share their home with three lovely dogs. They are friendly and make the stay even more fun. If you happen to be traveling with dogs of your own, they also have some space for them at the Inn. Call ahead to discuss it with the owners and they will do their best to make accommodate for you.
This Napa Valley bed and breakfast caters to those that want to disconnect and enjoy their time in the region.
Address: 411 Randolph Street, Napa
Room Rates: Range from around $200 to $600 a night
The Inn on Randolph is one of the most popular Napa Valley bed and breakfast options. The fun and knowledgeable owners here offer five rooms in their main house and five cottages.
This historic retreat features modern conveniences including a private spa, heated bathroom floors, and luxurious beds. Each morning, you will enjoy a world-class meal prepared fresh in their gluten-safe kitchen.
Address: 1045 Easum Drive,
Room Rates: Ranges from around $170 to $450 a night
The Candlelight Inn is a great Napa Valley bed and breakfast for couples seeking a romantic getaway in wine country. Located on a quiet tree lined street, the Candlelight Inn is just a few short minutes from downtown.
This beautifully decorated bed and breakfast also offers modern conveniences such as flat screen TVs, wireless internet access, an outdoor pool and a three-course gourmet, candlelight meal every morning.
You are also close to the river and only a five-minute drive to downtown Napa.
Fun Fact: There are currently more than 70 Napa Valley Bed and Breakfasts throughout this colorful wine region.
Address:1012 Darms Lane, Napa
Room Rates: Start at around $300 a night
If privacy is key, then you'll want to check out The Cottages. This inn offers eight private cottages.
Each cottage offers a comfy king-sized bed, a living room area and full equipped kitchen. Other luxuries include a gas fireplace, wireless internet and HDTV.
After a long day of wine tasting, you can relax in your private bathroom with a deep-soaking tub built for two or next to the fireplace (or both!).
Address: 1436 G Street, Napa
Rooms Rates: Start at around $159 a night
Another Napa Valley bed and breakfast jewel is the Arbor Guest House. This unique inn is just a short drive to downtown Napa.
Enjoy one of five guest rooms with luxurious bedding, unique furnishings and on-suite bathrooms. Some rooms also offer private entrances, jacuzzi tubs, and fireplaces.
You will begin your day with a healthy, three course gourmet breakfast. After some tasting around the valley, head back early for their relaxing afternoon wine and hor d'oeuvres hour.
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Check out these Napa Valley events calendars for additional fun things to do during your stay.
Fun Napa Valley Fact: The first grape vines were planted in Napa Valley in 1839.
Napa Nightlife: Are you looking for something fun to do at night in Napa? Check out the list of upcoming events and live music on TicketLiquidator.
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