Cottages with an eclectic history and plenty of charm.
The eight small houses that comprise The Cottages of Napa Valley date back to World War II, and since then have been used for a variety of purposes. Today, after a complete renovation in 2005, the cabins function as a unique B&B. Each spacious accommodation offers a sitting area, kitchenette, gas fireplace, flat screen TV, DVD player, Bose music system and wireless high-speed Internet. Some have their own private gardens with outdoor fireplaces. The structures are arranged around a central garden courtyard with mature trees, lawns, fountains and flowers. There's also a swimming pool and a spa where guests can opt for treatments indoors or out. All visitors receive a basket of fresh-baked goodies, including pastries from Bouchon Bakery, each morning. Meeting space and bicycle rentals are available.