Tucked in the heart of California’s renowned wine country, set beside the scenic Silverado Trail on the grassy banks of the Napa river sits this hidden beauty, perfect for those seeking a combination of wine tasting and relaxation.

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The hotel consists of 12 suites, all with their own unique style and all decorated with a sense of sophistication and serenity, reflecting the hotel's tranquil ambience. All rooms are suited with a lavish king-sized bed that is fitted with the finest quality linen and an ultra-spa therapy bath accompanied with green tea bath salts - perfect after a day exploring the valley. All rooms also feature a 42" TV and DVD player, complimentary wi-fi, a mini bar and in some rooms a one touch gas fireplace. All rooms are either located in the Main House or the South Building. These include the Milliken, the Deluxe and the Luxury rooms. The deluxe and luxury rooms being spoilt with breath taking views showcasing Napa valley's verdurous scenery, and most of the luxury rooms boasting a separate sitting area and a private terrace.

You can enjoy your complimentary breakfast wherever you wish; whether it be in the privacy of your own room or going al fresco on the Waterfall Terrace. The hotel does not have a restaurant, but with a wealth of organic and fine ingredients the Inn is surrounded by limitless options for great restaurants. At sunset go to the main house for 'magic hour' where you can indulge on the complimentary cheese and wine with local vintners who pour a selection of their favourites and share their passion with you, and if it's winter conclude the evening sipping on one of the hotel's premium Ports from their collection (or Cabernet Sauvignon if preferred) sat on a leather lounge chair by the fire.

Focussing on the powerfully restorative effects of nature, the spa only uses products that are made from all natural, organically grown ingredients. Calm, nourish and soothe yourself in their therapeutic sanctuary. During the summer enjoy an outside massage in the riverside tent. Be sure to book in advance as the summer seasons get very busy. Riverside yoga is also available.

With year-round beautiful weather, there is always something to do from horseback riding, cookery lessons, a Napa Valley wine train, a hike and wine tour and much more. In the summer, we recommend taking a cycle down to Oxbow Market in downtown Napa, grabbing a tasty picnic and finding a perfect picnic spot to view the rolling hills of grape vines or visiting the annual summer Napa Valley Food Festival. In the Autumn, you can see the valley in action when the wineries will be picking the grapes for their fantastic wine production.

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The Inn has outdoor hot tubs, which are perfect for soaking in with a glass of wine and admiring the incredible Californian night skies.

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Will, Kate B and Alexandra are our Napa & Sonoma Valleys experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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