Gaige House, A Four Sisters Inn
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It's a great pity that the two days we are here in wine country, it has poured with rain. Unusual, they say. However it hasn't stopped us touring round this lovely area and sampling delicious wines in some beautiful vineyards. We have been over in the Sonoma valley which we were told is a little more relaxed than the "snooty" Napa Valley. All very …
... about our great Aussie varieties. In particular we mentioned the great Mudgee vineyard and wines of 'Bunnamagoo' He now has my e-mail address, this vineyard name and some other info about various Aussie vineyards that he intends to chase up.
We were back to our hotel by 7.30 pm feeling a bit like Joni Mitchell with her 'Big Yellow Taxi'. We didn't know how good we had it back home with our vineyards and the likes of those in Mudgee! ...
... day. MC & N had to go to Sonoma to see agent. I went too and shopped. Rest of day spent doing jobs, chatting nd reading. Bit cooler. Wednesday October 31st Final packing up. Water problems---no water. Cleaners cancelled. Poor N. Drove to SF with one or two stops on way. Had lunch in Rosie's. v.good. Then MC & I set off for Carmel. MC drove well. Large roads. Arrived at Sea View. Lovely ...
Next morning we were allotted our camping slot, so all was well. Graeme and Tammy came to collect us in their hire care (they had flown here from Nashville – it's a VERY long way) and off we went taking in the sights and tastes of everything Napa. As you would imagine, it’s all very beautifully presented – field after vineyard of grapes, Winery’s located in marvelous buildings plus some standard ...
We slept in this morning and made stick biscuits over the fire for breakfast. Then we got ready and went to Sterling Vineyard for a winery tour, one of the many in Napa Valley, California. It was pretty fun seeing how they made the wine and aged it in the barrels. It was the only winery tour in the world that had a lift to go to the actual building ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsGaige House, A Four Sisters Inn Glen Ellen
Very nice Inn which gets away from that stereotyped American B&B with frills, patterned carpets and floral wallpaper. Gaige house is beautifully decorated in an Asian, minimalistic style. Beds super comfortable. Staff very helpful. And great breakfasts.
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