Napa Sans Souci is a short term vacation rental in Historic Downtown Napa, The Gateway to the Valley. Sans Souci--'without worry'--is a classic two bedroom Craftsman style home with a Modern Vineyard decor and boutique hotel amenities. Pristine interiors, spacious light filled rooms, and fine linens provide comfort and calm. With it's well stocked cook's kitchen, lovely gardens and outdoor living spaces, Napa Sans Souci offers a chance to experience the Napa lifestyle with all of its' beauty and bounty.
Napa Sans Souci is located in a charming residential section on Main Street in historic downtown Napa. It is a pleasant 15 minute walk (less than a mile) to shops, restaurants, galleries, the Opera House, Napa river excursions, spas, and many tasting rooms. The Oxbow Market and farmer markets are also close as well.
By car you are minutes from Highway 29 or the Silverado Trail, both of which are lined with world class wineries and fine restaurants.
Napa Valley Wineries and tasting rooms:: By car you are minutes from Highway 29 or the Silverado Trail, both of which are lined with world class wineries and fine restaurants. As you travel up the Valley, Yountville is about 9 miles north, St. Helena 18 miles, and Calistoga 25 miles. The Silverado Trail, running parallel all of the way to Calistoga, is often less traveled and also offers great wine tasting experiences.
Napa Valley adventuring: The Napa Valley is about celebrating the land, and adventuring is a great way to do that. Enjoy the spectacular landscapes, golf at some of the area’s best courses, or hike or bike the many trails. There are hot air balloon rides and kayaking trips as well as horseback riding. The Valley also can be enjoyed at a more leisurely pace by picnicking, playing croquet or bocce ball, or riding the Napa Valley Wine Train.
Day Trips from Downtown Napa: Napa Sans Souci is located in downtown Napa, about 50 highway miles from the Golden Gate Bridge. Potential day trips include San Francisco, with its nightlife, shopping, restaurants, and sports teams; Alcatraz; Muir Woods; Sausalito; Bodega Bay; and Stinson Beach. Napa Valley runs parallel (roughly north and south) to the Sonoma Valley. Further west is the Russian River, which is also in Sonoma County. The historic town of Sonoma, located in the south of the Sonoma Valley, is about 15 miles from Napa. Further north in Sonoma are Glen Ellen, Santa Rosa, and Healdsburg.
North of Sonoma and Napa are Lake and Mendocino counties, which are also home to many wineries and restaurants