Napa River Inn at the Historic Napa Mill
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNapa River Inn at the Historic Napa Mill
This was a pleasant surprise! We didn't know what to expect because we bought this stay through a Groupon. We were in the Plaza building. It was amazing, with a fireplace, wine, and a balcony overlooking the river.
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