An Epicure for What Ails You
Wine Country Inn • St. Helena, CA
- A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($395) or Fridays and Saturdays ($479)
- Daily Full Buffet Breakfast
- Cabernet, Brownies, and Rose Petal Turndown Service Upon Arrival
- Tasting Discounts at Area Wineries
- Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Four Nights
The Epicenter of Epicurism. The Gourmet Ground Zero. The Capital of Cuisine. Whatever you call it, the facts are clear: Napa Valley is home to the country's only restaurants—outside New York—with three Michelin stars.
Oh, and it doesn't hurt that this idyllic region less than an hour from San Francisco stakes a claim to more than 450 wineries.
Get a whiff of this Escape and enjoy the best the region has to offer at the boutique Wine Country Inn in St. Helena.
Each unique guest room features a different design—some with fireplaces, others with balconies or patios (some with both), most with hardwood floors, and all with touches reminiscent of home. After a buffet breakfast made from produce and eggs raised on the property, take a stroll through the century-old oak and olive trees, fragrant herb gardens, and colorful flowerbeds that pepper the grounds.
With a year-round heated pool and an outdoor spa cabana for massages close to nature, you might not want to leave. Still, numerous wineries and tasting rooms nearby mean you won't miss the best of Napa. You can venture out on your own to observe the winemaking process firsthand at the Louis M. Martini Winery, or try the Private Reserve Cabernet at a tasting at Beringer, the oldest vineyard in the area.
With all that vino, you'll need some food. St. Helena, known as "Napa Valley's Main Street," is home to some of the area's best restaurants. The inn can direct you to a cooking demonstration at The Culinary Institute of America, then head to dinner in Yountville, boasting more Michelin stars per capita than any city in the world.
Back at the inn, sip more wine and taste more goodies at the evening wine social, hosted by a local winery and the inn's staff. Is it any wonder Napa Valley earned TripAdvisor's 2010 Travelers' Choice Award for "Best Food and Wine Destination"?
"A patchwork of vineyards, orchards, and gnarled oak trees covers toast-colored hills in pastoral Wine Country. Extending from the cool, foggy Pacific coast to the parallel hot, inland Sonoma and Napa Valleys, Wine Country is mesmerizing and idyllic."-- Lonely Planet
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the fine print
- Entire value must be used in a single visit
- Up to 2 vouchers may be combined to extend stay
- Reservations required and subject to availability
- Cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 72 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
- Not valid on existing reservations
- Taxes/resort fees not included; collected at property
- Based on double occupancy
- No guests under 21-years-old please
- Blackout dates include: 2/15-2/18
- Vouchers include daily full buffet breakfast, cabernet and brownies upon arrival, rose petal turndown service upon arrival, and tasting discounts at area wineries
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