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posted 06-03-2008 03:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PetiteSyrah   Click Here to Email PetiteSyrah     Edit/Delete Message

You mentioned you are looking to do some tastings or tours. First question, are you and your wife big wine fans? If so, are you more into the hard to find wines or ??? Food... Any particular likes or dislikes? How long will you be there? Do you plan on going over to Sonoma at all? Sorry for all the questions, however, I would like to be able to point you in the perfect direction so you and your wife will have a great time and go back year after year.


posted 04-07-2008 04:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cabgirl     Edit/Delete Message
You will be hard pressed to find under $200/night in Napa Valley in August. That's still the height of the tourist season here and most expensive time to visit Napa Valley.

There are several hotels on this page - http://napavalley.com/lodging/hotel_motel.html but again, some of these rates drastically starting May/June.

In terms of what to do - I'm assuming you're doing some wine tasting. Be aware of tasting fees which practically every Napa Winery charges now Be sure to either get a COPIA Passport or download tasting coupons from NapaValley.com.

There are lots of festivals that you can attend in the month of August that offer one stop wine and food tasting, music, etc. COPIA has really changed and now offers Cooking Seminars which are very fun!

Check out some of the tour companies that offer bicycling to wineries which is fun too!

Hope this info helps.


syrah girl
posted 03-25-2008 03:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for syrah girl     Edit/Delete Message
We have stayed at the Stevenson Best Western, it was a very nice stay, it is right next door to the Indian Springs Resort. The Comfort Suites North is also very nice and comfortable for budget lodging in Calistoga. Have fun!


posted 03-24-2008 11:38 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Hawkeye   Click Here to Email Hawkeye     Edit/Delete Message
You might try the Stevenson Best Western Inn in Calistoga at the top of the valley. Clean, comfortable, with friendly staff. Close to a lot of wineries and good food. I think you will find a minimum of two nights at most places on weekends in high season.


posted 02-25-2008 07:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bigsemi   Click Here to Email bigsemi     Edit/Delete Message
Look into the wine valley lodge. it is fairly in expensive, clean. close to hwy 29 or silverado trail, and down town napa.


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posted 02-18-2008 10:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for cdickson13   Click Here to Email cdickson13     Edit/Delete Message
I'm looking for a place that would accomadate about 10 of us for my sisters bachelorette party. Does anyone have any suggestions, I've been emailing every place I can find on the net and I've come up with either no accomadations or spending about $3000 for a two night minimum. We are only planning on staying 1 night, but two of us are flying in a day early and would like to stay the two nights. Any help would be very appreciated.


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posted 07-16-2007 03:34 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Napa Valley Reservations   Click Here to Email Napa Valley Reservations     Edit/Delete Message
Napa Valley Reservations Unlimited can help you find the lodging you are looking for. View pictures of Hotels and B & Bs Online. Use specific details and find real-time availability. Xtra Value Rates available. There is no charge for this service! Visit www.napavalleyreservations.com to book Online or Call (800) 251-6272.


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posted 07-04-2007 08:15 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for wvu22   Click Here to Email wvu22     Edit/Delete Message
My wife and I are looking into Napa Valley in early August. We have no clue what to expect, where to stay, what we MUST DO, etc! We are looking for a nice, but reasonable place. Nothing over $200/night. Also, we would like to do some tastings or tours and have a nice dinner. We have no clue where the best places are and what the MUST SEE's are. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Looking forward to a great trip.


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