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St. Helena, CaliforniaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Harvest Inn
A cluster of cottages make up Harvest Inn, a Napa Valley escape next to Whitehall Lane Winery, in St. Helena.
Scattered among eight acres of flowers and vegetable gardens in Napa Valley's St. Helena, you'll find the unpretentious and intimate Harvest Inn--a quaint country escape where all 74 luxurious rooms and suites are furnished with wood-burning or gas fireplaces and soft feather beds. Charming outdoor spots, such as a three-tiered fountain and a koi pond, are found among the rolling hills. Guests may linger at one of the two swimming pools or unwind with a soothing treatment in the therapeutic spa rooms. The hotel serves a sizable complimentary spread of house-made quiche, local fruits, and hand-crafted cheeses for breakfast. The biggest draw is Harvest Inn's location: just behind the inn are the vineyards of Whitehall Lane Winery and the dark outline of the Mayacamus Mountains. In summer, more than 20,000 flower bulbs transform the grounds into a riot of blooms.
High season visitors be forewarned: nearby restaurants are booked months in advance. Call ahead to arrange for reservations.
The Inn's plugged-in concierge has close-knit ties with many of the nearby wineries, so guests have access to exclusive tours.
Arrive at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) which is approximately 76 from the Inn. Anticipate about 90 minutes of travel time.One Main Street, St. Helena, California, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa Services
- Two Heated Pools
- Outdoor Hot Tubs
- Fitness Center
- Private Gardens
- Gift Shop
- Pet Friendly
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Fireplaces (most)
- Decks or Terraces
- 37-inch TVs
- DVD Players
- Small Refrigerators
- Luxury Bedding
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Bath Robes
- Coffee Makers
- Terrace Dining
- Wine Bar
- Complimentary Breakfast
- In-Room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child under 9
- Wine country European continental breakfast
- Half bottle of wine and assorted beverages at check-in
- Nightly turndown service
Why We Love St. Helena
Napa Valley is a beloved sybaritic escape thanks to its 400-plus wineries, Michelin-starred restaurants, and casual California luxury. St. Helena is a convenient jumping off point for exploring the destination, thanks to its location 16 miles north of Napa and eight miles south of Calistoga.
886 Rutherford Rd., Rutherford.
Tastings $30 ($25 for members).
Where to Eat: Foodies can try their hand at cooking in a professional kitchen at the Culinary Institute of America, housed in the 19th-century Greystone Manor, once home to Christian Brothers.
2555 Main St.
Classes from $250.
Where to Drink Take a break from wine at Goose & Gander, a St. Helena tavern helmed by mixologist Scott Beatty, author of Artisanal Cocktails. Try the cucumber Collins (cucumber vodka, huckleberries, lemon, yuzu, seltzer).
1245 Spring St.
Cocktails from $11.
Best Day Trip: For a comprehensive tour of wine country, try the three-hour Napa Valley Wine Train. The round-trip ride starts in Napa and winds through Yountville, Oakville, and Rutherford before reaching St. Helena. Restored 20th-century Pullman cars add charm.
1275 McKinstry St., Napa.
Why Go Now
July 11-20, 2014
Festival del Sole
Set among lush, rolling foothills and breathtaking vineyard landscapes, Napa Valley Festival del Sole blends world-class artistry, gourmet cuisine and fine wines to perfection.
July 19, 2014
Home Winemakers Classic
A charity fundraiser with house-made wine and a silent auction.
Charles Krug Winery, St. Helena.
October 18, 2014
St. Helena Harvest Festival
A pet parade, pouring stations, live music, and a 5k run.
1241 Adams St., St. Helena.
November 12-16, 2014
Napa Valley Film Festival
This five-day event draws more than 250 independent film producers.
Main St., Napa.