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Napa Downtown Cottage Rentals(2)

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$225 - $375
per night
2 - 5 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 10
(14)
2 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
2 Reviews
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Recent Napa Reviews

NICE FOR TWO COUPLES OR SMALL FAMILY

5 of 5
This is a newly redone historic-age house (130 years old) in downtown Napa. A couple of things to highlight: Easily walkable to the downtown Napa: * 2 blocks to the nearest Starbucks * Maybe 4 blocks to "BIscuits" -- a nice (albeit slow) breakfast & lunch joint * About 8 blocks to the center of downtown, with a plethora of restaurants, cafes, wine tasting rooms, and boutique stores By car: * Being toward the south end of Napa valley, this is relatively quick to get to from SF * Quick access from the home onto the Silverado Trail (which is the most convenient way to get to wineries, since 29 is a parking lot on weekends) * Centrally located in Napa for groceries, general stores, etc. The unit: * Recently redone, old house. Tastefully finished. Wood and tile floors throughout. * Nice open living area (kitchen, living room) with lots of counter space including a breakfast bar area. * Only one bathroom. * Washer and dryer off the kitchen. * Handy blow-up extra mattress. * Wonderful porch. Enjoyed many an hour sitting out enjoying the July 4 fireworks, a glass or two of wine, guitar, etc. Owners: * We met the owners on the first day. They own a number of properties in the area that they are personally involved with (e.g. rebuilding older houses). * Very helpful with tips on the area, activities for kids, etc. * Their hospitality really made the stay more enjoyable. Local tips: * Strawberry farm stand a mile or two up Silverado trail on the left. I've seen this place 25 times but never stopped until this visit. Holy cow! Best strawberries I've had since I was a kid and my neighbor grew them and we'd pick them fresh! * Oxbow Public Market - walkable or 3 minute car ride. Not really a market as much as a bunch of high end little shops stuffed into a building. But the fruit and fresh veggies were very good (and very pricey), the cheese was amazing, the pizza was great, etc. * Biscuits. Restaurant. Just google for Napa Biscuits. 30 minute wait for simple breakfast items, but they're good. Not cheap, but good. Overall, a nice few days in Napa with the family. Pleasant and helpful owners. Cute house -- cute in a way only an older house can be. Nicely equipped.
  • Submitted: Jul 8, 2013
  • Stayed: Jul 2013