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posted 11-17-2010 01:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Napa Valley Reservations   Click Here to Email Napa Valley Reservations     Edit/Delete Message
Napa Valley Reservations can help you find the lodging you are looking for. We are a local company in Napa. Our reservation professionals live in the area and have actually seen the properties we represent, which means no more generic, inaccurate descriptions. There is no charge for this service! Call (707) 252-1985.


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posted 07-28-2009 06:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for lsturm2k   Click Here to Email lsturm2k     Edit/Delete Message
Thanks Cabgirl. I'm newly single and need do to this trip more now than ever. I can not wait to see the beauty of the vineyards and everything else this part of the country offers.

Would you recommend a tour or should I rent a car or just deal with what I can walk to? Right now I'm thinking of a 4 day/3 night stay, however I don't want to feel like I'm in a frenzy to see everything and rush, rush, rush.

Thanks again for your reply!



posted 07-28-2009 03:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cabgirl     Edit/Delete Message
No worries if you're single and visiting Napa Valley.

I would suggest staying in the town of Yountville. It's basically a walking town with wine tasting, fabulous restaurants, shopping all at your fingertips and they have great places for lodging. Go here to see a list of lodging places - http://napavalley.com/lodging/yountville.html

Bardessono Resort is suppossed to be the new hip place in Yountville to stay at, but besides the pool on the roof, I wasn't impressed. I would recommend staying at Villagio or if more on a budget perhaps NV Lodge, Yountville Inn or Petit Logis Inn.

Another area of Napa Valley where there will be a lot of activities all in one spot would be downtown Napa. There I would recommend Napa River Inn or the new boutique hotel that just opened AVIA Hotel.

You have lots of options though!


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posted 07-16-2009 01:58 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for lsturm2k   Click Here to Email lsturm2k     Edit/Delete Message
As a lover of wine it's always been my dream to go to Napa Valley. I realize that it's a major group and romantic location so I was wondering if anyone out there could recommned lodging and anything else for a single woman - so I don't stick out like a sore thumb. :-)

Many thanks...


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