The Craftsman Inn
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We chose the Craftsman Inn for its traditional decor, home-cooked breakfasts, and meeting other guests from around the US at the big table each morning. We appreciated the baked scones and muffins, sherry and wine left out for us and the comfortable lounge to sit in at night.
... from Europe filled with old materials and furnishings used in the castle built with the more than 8,000 TONS of local stone which was hand-chiseled. He also bought nearly 1 MILLION antique, hand-made bricks from Europe. This medieval castle has a moat, drawbridge, 5 towers, high defensive ramparts, courtyards, loggias, a deep well, a functioning church, stables, an outdoor oven, a GREAT hall and even a prison and torture chamber and OF COURSE MANY ...
... br> San Juan Bautista to Napa…almost all interstate driving. While Harlan was pretty nervous, thank goodness for the GPS because it kept telling us to stay to the right or left, as we approached ramps to other highways, to continue on our same highway. I remember when we first started travelling, I had to read the signs and we often had to switch lanes pretty quickly. It was much more nerve-wracking than traveling with the GPS except when ...
... to quite enjoy it. Next to the point with the lighthouse on which gave amazing views down onto south beach and out to the Farallon Islands. On the way down from the lighthouse we stopped at Drakes Bay which felt a lot warmer as it is a bit more protected than the south beach. There is a visitors centre and cafe down there both which were closed due to it being off peak season. Quick drive up to Inverness were we had lunch ...
... faint” and lie on their backs when frightened. These, however, have been around people so long that they are no longer afraid of noises or screams, so we didn’t get to see one faint. Tommy was seriously disappointed not to see a “passing out sheep” and he referred to them. They are actually genetically impaired goats and being frightened causes all their muscles to tighten; thus they faint. They are used by farmers with expensive ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Craftsman Inn Calistoga
My ex-neighbor and best friend was visiting San Francisco, so what better than to stay at The Craftsman Inn, known for its authentic scones? The room was cosy but spacious, with sherry on the table. Breakfast copious, with an opportunity to meet other guests around the table. The sitting room was welcoming and cosy, and the owners too! I purchased the cook book inspired by glorious northern California's ingredients, and the book is now residing in the UK.
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