If your eyes glaze over when someone utters the words Bed and Breakfast, take heart, Inn on Randolph is not your average B&B. In fact, this luxury Napa Valley inn is decidedly doily-free. It’s also conveniently located within walking distance of downtown Napa. Curious to learn more about this historic California wine country getaway?
History buffs will want to stay in the historic five room inn – each room is unique, some with fireplaces or spa tub with shower, all include heated bathroom floors. While those seeking a tad more privacy, along with gas fireplaces, whirlpool spa tubs, heated bathroom floors and flat screen tv’s, should opt for one of five luxury guest cottages on property. All rooms and cottages include a full breakfast, half bottle of wine, free wi-fi, heated bathroom floors, robes and deluxe body care products.
New since my visit; the Spa and Neiman Room were designed to compliment small weddings, private gathering and special events. The garden on the nearly one acre property would be ideal for an intimate affair and the food prepared in the gluten-free kitchen seals the deal for a happy gathering for friends and family.
When you leave the Inn on Randolph and are ready to explore beyond your cozy room, it’s an easy walk through Napa’s largest residential historic district to downtown Napa. With over 30 restaurants and plenty of wine tasting rooms to choose from there is no shortage of things to see and do in Napa. Owner Karen Lynch will arm you with a local map and flashlight and happily plan your day or evening activities. Of course, you are welcome to stay put at the inn, lounging around while munching on gluten-free, freshly baked chocolate chip cookies! Whatever you decide, you’ll return home relaxed and refreshed from a pampered stay at Inn on Randolph in Northern California wine country.
Rates range from $275 – $450 and may include a two night minimum, depending on the season. Check the website for current prices.
Review and photos by Travel Writer Nancy D. Brown. Top photo courtesy Inn on Randolph. I was a guest of Inn on Randolph.