Churchill Manor Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChurchill Manor Bed and Breakfast Napa
I would definitely recommend a stay here. Love home, great service, and close to DownTown Napa. Would stay again.
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... America,it's beautiful,the. views from the mountains are amazing,wineries everywhere,we can walk to shops,Walmart is just down the road from us.
everyone here is friendly ,I've been swimming here at the pool every day,the weather is lovely and warm .
tommorrow is our last day ,we will do packing and shopping, and have dinner with our new friends
will be down under soon
Sylvia and Kevin
A few mornings Gary gets up early and goes to the Model Bakery in Napa for their English Muffins...amazingly light and buttery, cinnamon buns...moist and spicy with thick white frosting, and bacon-egg-cheese tartines-the ingredients say ...
... Christmas. The rest of the day was spent cooking up a 3 course meal of pumpkin soup, roasted goose with mash stuffing, roasted veg and broccoli, followed by banana cake with custard. Zach joined us for mains and we had a giggle watching Jim and Pete open our home made cards. Jim's had a lovely Christmas tree with a trunk made from half a cork of the winery he works at, whilst Pete's was modelled on a 4 year old's interpretation of Pete - ...
We then headed to Domaine Carrneros, regarded by many as one of the best wineries in all of Napa, which is associated with Tattinger in France. The winery are renowned for their Champagne and Pinot Noir. They used to sell off their pinot grapes and when the demand started to increase they decided to try and create their own. Now they keep ...
... so we left a bit earlier than we would have otherwise. Spike was kind enough to rearrange his day and give us a lift to SFO, where we arrived ten minutes before the counter opened. We were first in line, which was probably a good thing. The problem with the ticket did indeed turn out to be a nonissue, but then it transpired that both my bag and Cindy's bag are far too heavy to carry on, so there was some quick tearing apart of our carefully ...