Bel Abri Napa Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBel Abri Napa Valley Inn
Having spent a night in Yountville during a sunny February Super Bowl weekend we were not sure if we wanted to get the h... out of this valley or not. Got the last room in the town but it wasn't worth the money. We called the Bel Abri in Napa and were very pleased with the service we received. This quaint bed and breakfast is affordable, friendly, central and very much worth the money. I would recommend this to couples.
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We started our morning with breakfast at the hotel then drove toward Yountville and St. Helena to visit some wineries. Along the way, we saw a sign at a small winery, Sequoia Grove, that announced they were doing a crushing that day, so we stopped in to have a look and to taste (and buy!) some wine. Neither of us had seen a crushing before - it was fascinating to watch.
We drove into St. Helena, an adorable ...
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... their flower garden, including the statue of a wild boar. Went to downtown Healdsburg for wine and pizza after. It was a fundraiser for the arts-specifically for moving the large statue of a coyote from one place to the Wilson winery. The statue was cool in that the head moved with the wind! (What can I say-we entertain easily!) Had a singer for entertainment, ...