Our historic Victorian inn provides overnight accommodations on our family owned and operated working vineyard. Originally built in 1879 by Dr. George Belden Crane, a pioneer in Napa Valley viticulture, the residence was acquired in 1932 by John and Emma Salvestrin and served as their family home for three generations. Now operating as the Inn at Salvestrin, it is rich in historical merit, yet beautifully restored to offer modern luxuries. A short walk to downtown Saint Helena, the Inn at Salvestrin is immersed in farming and winemaking activities allowing guests to see Napa Valley's future as well as its past.
Enjoy the changing colors of the day while surveying the vineyard from the spacious shared balcony. Perfect for sipping hot coffee on crisp mornings, or relaxing with a glass of wine after a long day.
Enjoy waking up to beautiful vineyard views. Named after Dr. Crane's wife, Francis Grayson Crane, the Grayson Room is full of light and charms guests with its high ceilings and open floor plan.
Prepare for a day of wine tasting with RJ's fresh baked scones, seasonal breads and fresh fruit from an artfully arranged plate.
At A Glance
StyleBed And Breakfasts Inns
- In Room
- Air Conditioning
- Private Balcony
- Business Services
- Onsite Parking
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