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Cabins in Napa Valley

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Top-rated cabins in Napa Valley

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Cabin in Glen Ellen
Wine Country Cabin in the Woods
Enjoy the beautiful wooded area and our family owned historic cabin. Our gas fireplace, hot spa, fine bedding, and high speed wi-fi await. We're 10 min from wineries/dining in Kenwood and Glen Ellen in the heart of Sonoma Valley, adjacent to Napa Valley, with fantastic wineries, restaurants, breweries and 4 state parks with a free pass! We have ample elec. outlets, condiments, bottled water, hot beverage options, maps/guidebooks and more. We welcome friendly people of all backgrounds.
$142 per night
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Cabin in Glen Ellen
Unique Historic Getaway w/Hot Tub and Fireplace
Hosmer House is a vintage gem, well preserved yet well appointed. Close to wine tasting, fine dining and 3 state parks w/passes in historic Glen Ellen and Kenwood . Always hot spa, fireplace, full kitchen, big TV, propane fire pit, screened in dining porch and 2 sets of french doors off the living room so you can enjoy nature or just curl up by the fire. Host is next door for tips on wine, dining, and more. We welcome people of all backgrounds!
$292 per night
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Cabin in Sonoma
Majestic Views - Sonoma Plaza/Town Square
Life never smelled so good... this vacation home is back new and improved. It is located in a secluded location with over 1 acre of privacy and just 6 minutes drive from Sonoma Square. Take in the beauty of the majestic Sonoma scenery on the patio while enjoying a glass of wine or maybe a bottle or two. With over 2300+ square footage of home, there’s plenty of space to get some peace and quiet.
$420 per night

Cottages in Napa Valley

Cottage in Sonoma
Sonoma Winemakers Cottage
$173 per night
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Cottage in Sonoma
Modern Farmhouse on Vineyard w Deck + Bocce Court
$275 per night
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Cottage in Napa
The Vintage Cottage (VR-17-0045)
$278 per night
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Cottage in Napa
Rivertide Cottage - downtown, walk everywhere!
$130 per night
Cottage in Penngrove
Sonoma Mountain Artist's Retreat
$230 per night
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Cottage in Sonoma
The Burndale Barn Wine Country Vacation Home
$289 per night
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Cottage in Napa
Oak Tree Cottage
$331 per night
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Cottage in Napa
Walk to Downtown & ( BottleRock $1450 per nite)
$375 per night
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Cottage in Sonoma
Idyllic Sonoma Vineyard Farmhouse With Pool
$585 per night
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Cottage in Napa
Main Street Downtown Napa Cottage
$220 per night
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Cottage in Sonoma
Secluded Modern Farm Cottage
$450 per night
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Cottage in Sonoma
Wisteria Garden
$279 per night
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Your guide to Napa Valley

All About Napa Valley

Ever since the famous Judgment of Paris in 1976, when American bottles beat out legendary French vintages in a blind tasting, Napa Valley has been a major player in the wine universe. Located 50 miles northwest of San Francisco, the valley is small by wine country standards — just 30 miles long — but with hundreds of wineries and tasting rooms, not to mention parks, lakes, museums, and some of the most highly acclaimed restaurants in the world, it can seem impenetrable. Set in the valley’s northernmost tip, the town of Calistoga is home to an array of thermal springs, hiking trails, a petrified forest, and grand architecture, including a historic chateau built in 1888 and a medieval-style Tuscan castle.

As you make your way south, you’ll find St. Helena, the birthplace of Napa Valley’s first winery and the heart of the valley with its tidy main street, farm-to-table restaurants, and art galleries. The area’s creativity is on full display at local art institutions such as the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art and the Napa Valley Museum Yountville. And the Rail Arts District showcasing murals from global artists runs two miles along the Napa Valley Vine Trail in downtown Napa, with lots of detours in which to sample a glass of the valley’s masterpiece, cabernet sauvignon.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Napa Valley?

One of the best times to visit Napa Valley is during the harvest season, from August through October. Foliage adorns the rolling vineyards, valleys, and vistas in shades of gold, crimson, and orange, creating an exceptional backdrop to the region’s lively grape-gathering. A film festival occurs in November and offers an immersive experience that includes wine, food, and film-screening opportunities at unique venues throughout the area.

Following that are the twinkling lights and holiday-inspired festivities that animate Napa during the winter. Many wineries offer holiday open-houses and specials on wine during this time. You may even want to hop aboard the Napa Valley Wine Trolley for a light holiday adventure. Spring brings balmy weather, yellow mustard flowers, and blooming fruit trees, including plum, apple, apricot, and quince, which ornament the vast landscapes. And summer follows with warm temperatures, local farmers’ markets, and optimal weather for enjoying outdoor recreational activities.


What are the top things to do in Napa Valley?

Napa Art Walk

The Napa Art Walk is a biannual, rotating exhibition displaying carefully curated sculptures representing a specific theme and created by artists from the western states. The outdoor museum meanders through downtown Napa. Stop by the Napa Valley Welcome Center for a complimentary map of the art walk. You can also download a self-guided audio tour for some backstory on the artists and the inspiration behind their work.

Oxbow Public Market

Indulge your taste buds with a trip to the Oxbow Public Market, located in the Oxbow District of Napa. The market encompasses 40,000 square feet and features an array of delicacies, fresh local produce, and artisanal products, like chocolates, regional cheeses, and spices. You can pick up some treats to enjoy on the outdoor deck overlooking the scenic Napa River.

Old Faithful Geyser

In Calistoga, at the northern edge of Napa Valley, you’ll find the Old Faithful Geyser. Deemed one of three faithful geysers in the world, it dramatically blows off steam every 15 to 30 minutes, and when the sunlight catches its water's mist, a rainbow shines through it.

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