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Why travel experts chose this hotel
Breakfast like a king
Walking distance of shops, restaurants bars
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Calistoga is a quaint and quiet town in Napa Valley and there's no better way to explore this gateway to Sonoma Wine Country than to stay in your own private cottage surrounded by ancient elms and a lush landscape.
Cottage Grove Inn has some of the most comfortable boutique cottages you'll have the pleasure to stay in. Returning guests describe them as 'absolutely awesome'. Pets are welcome for an extra charge.
Breakfast at Cottage Grove Inn is a feast of homemade waffles, breakfast burritos, fruit smoothies and quiche during the busy weekends. Rock on your porch with an espresso or head to the sunny breakfast room. In the evenings join in the wine pairing with Calistoga wines and hand-picked wines from California.
The 16 cosy cottages at Cottage Grove Inn are full of character and charm. Hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, overstuffed chairs and roaring log fires and Jacuzzis are just a taste of what's in store. All of the cottages have their own porch with wicker rockers, just like the Waltons! The en-suite bathrooms have separate showers in addition to the Jacuzzi and L'Occitane products are complimentary. Free WiFi and flat-screen TVs are standard in all of the cottages.
Whilst the cottages are designed for two, an extra bed can be added and one of the cottages can be made up with twin beds. There is one wheelchair friendly cottage.
If you love wine you'll love Napa Valley. Visit in the summertime when the weather is fantastic, the vineyards are heavy with grapes and the calendar is full of festivals and events. There are plenty of iconic experiences for visitors to enjoy throughout the year including concerts, winemaker dinners, markets and annual events including the grape harvest and Cabernet Season.
From your cottage, you can cycle (bikes are complimentary) or stroll into town to explore the shops, galleries and restaurants.
Often referred to as the “Hot Springs of the West,” Calistoga’s recent history began during the California Gold Rush when it became a popular spa retreat for San Francisco families. Blessed with a perfect Mediterranean climate, the Napa Valley became famous as a legendary wine destination. Calistoga is now best known as a centre for health/wellness and as an authentic small town in Sonoma County.
Free parking is available.
Places of Interest
Heart of Calistoga
Calistoga Hot Springs 0.3 miles
Castello di Amorosa 2.6 miles
Oat Hill Mine Trail 8 minute walk
Sharpsteen Museum 10-minute walk
Pioneer Park 13 minute walk