Sunday, February 13, 2011

Honeymoon Update - Napa Inn

Jeff and I picked a place for the end of our honeymoon – for our last few days in California, we’re going to stay at the Napa River Inn. We got a great deal on Jetsetter, and it seems really romantic.

The description from Jetsetter:

Built on the site of the former Napa Mill in the heart of downtown, the Napa River Inn's main building dates to 1884 and holds a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Eight of the inn's 66 rooms are located within its brick walls, and they're the best in the house.

Historic Rooms have red velvet chintz fabrics and colonial wooden furniture.Successfully blending period pieces with contemporary style, the Historic Rooms rooms have sitting areas with tufted loungers and velvet ottomans in front of the fireplace, crown moldings, exposed brick walls, and bathrooms with swoopy high-backed claw-foot tubs.

The Spa & Wine Tasting Package includes accommodations in a Historic Deluxe Room, daily gourmet breakfast in bed from Sweetie Pies Bakery, one $150 spa credit per stay, a deluxe wine tasting at the Napa General Store for two, complimentary bike rentals for two, and two-for-one tasting passes at your choice of 15 different wineries.

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