With breathtaking views of vineyards around every bend and curve of the road, it's no surprise so many people plan vacations to Napa Valley
year-round. Of course, choosing a place to stay is no easy to task. There are a host of bed and breakfasts, inns, and hotels to choose from all beckoning you with promises of a heavenly stay at their property complete with creature comforts.
Perhaps we can help narrow your choices . . .Adagio Inn Bed and Breakfast
is situated in the historic downtown St. Helena, California, in a quiet neighborhood of the Napa Valley. It is just a two-block walk to world-class restaurants and shops. And the over 400 Napa Valley wineries you passed on your way to Adagio Inn are all, of course, awaiting your arrival as well.
The Inn features three luxurious guestrooms all designed with your
utmost comfort in mind. As innkeeper/owner Polly Keegan says "People
seem to love it ... especially the comfortable king beds, fine linens
and expansive, elegant surroundings
". Aveda amenities are in the
bathrooms, sterling silver and Italian dinnerware in the breakfast room,
and comfy rockers on the porch, looking down upon a really lovely