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Southbridge Napa Valley
St. Helena, California
Why Stay At Southbridge Napa Valley
The sister hotel to Napa Valley's Meadowood is cozy (just 21 rooms) in bucolic St. Helena.
Napa Valley's Southbridge hotel, the sister hotel to better-known Meadowood, has a similar rustic-luxe vibe, but on a smaller scale. Just 21 guestrooms have white-on-white beds, en-suite fireplaces, and private balconies, many of which overlook St. Helena's tree-lined Main Street. It's an ideal choice for sybarites, who have access to many of Meadowood's amenities, from the Health Spa Napa Valley next door—complete with a heated lap pool and fitness center—to Meadowood's Michelin three-starred restaurant, where custom tasting menus take center stage. Complete a stay with a prearranged wine tasting, such as a tour of nearby Merryvale Vineyards for a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, or a visit to Culinary Institute of America—only one mile away—for a cooking lesson or lunch at Greystone Restaurant.
Having dinner at Meadowood? Make advance arrangements for a complimentary transfer. (You'll want it after a 10-course dinner.)
The complimentary, buffet-style continental breakfast includes delicious English muffins, which are delivered each morning from St. Helena's Model Bakery.
Arrive at Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport (STS) which is approximately 27 miles from the Inn. Anticipate about 45 minutes of travel time.1020 Main Street, St. Helena, California, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Health Spa
- Heated Lap Pool
- Steam Rooms
- Fitness Center
- Juliette Balconies
- High-speed Internet
- Down Comforters
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Spa Bathrobes
- Mini Refrigerators
- Coffee Makers
- In-room Safes
- In-room Dining
- Winery nearby
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child with a complimentary rollaway
- Continental breakfast each morning
Why We Love St. Helena
Located on Highway 29, halfway between Yountville and Calistoga, historic St. Helena has some of the area's best wineries, restaurants, and boutiques, as well as bike trails and golf courses.
Where to Eat: Market, a casual restaurant set in a 19th-century stone building, is a five-minute walk from the inn. Order the zinfandel-braised lamb chops with garlic sautéed spinach and mint remoulade.
1347 Main St.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: Head towards downtown for local watering hole Goose & Gander. Try one of mixologist Scott Beattie's cocktails, such as the refreshing cucumber Collins.
1245 Spring St.
Drinks for two $25.
Where to Shop: Open since 1931, Napa Valley Olive Oil Manufacturing Company is a specialty Italian market with aisles of imported prosciutto, salami, and cheese tucked away on a quiet side street.
835 Charter Oak Ave.
Why Go Now
April 1 - 30, 2013
Napa Valley Arts in April
An eclectic arts and culture festival with installations at wineries and tastings at the region's best galleries.
June 1, 2013
Auction Napa Valley
Annual auction hosted by Napa Valley Vintners.
Staglin Family Vineyard: Rutherford.
July 3-7, 2013
Napa County Fair & Fireworks
Cowboy-themed fair in nearby Calistoga with music, bull riding, fireworks, a parade, and carnival.
June 7, August 2 + October 4, 2013
Cheers St. Helena!
Food stalls, street vendors, wine tastings, and live entertainment along Main Street in St. Helena.
Downtown St. Helena.