How to Escape San Francisco to Napa Valley
September 1, 2017
If you live in San Francisco, you are no stranger to incredible things to do and see. However, sometimes you just need to plan an escape … a getaway to a different locale with friends or your partner to kick back, relax and have a little fun. California’s Wine Country is a perfect place to escape. Its combination of incredible wineries and majestic scenery will be pleasing to your both your palate and your mind’s eye. You’ll need to consider at least 3 things when you are planning your escape from San Francisco to Napa Valley: accommodations, wineries and travel routes. Here are a few suggestions for each!
Napa Valley Accommodations
Perched on a knoll surrounded by the vineyards of the Napa Valley, the Wine Country Inn offers visitors a serene country setting moments away from internationally renowned wineries and restaurants. Starting out as Napa Valley’s very first bed and breakfast, this luxurious inn has blossomed into an award-winning boutique hotel. Here in St. Helena, Ca., guests enjoy unwinding in elegant country accommodations after a day of dining and wine tasting.
The Wine Country Inn accommodations are both luxurious and casual, offering elegant rooms and common areas, in a laid back environment. We are very excited that the Wine Country Inn has been awarded the title of 9th Most Romantic Hotel in the United States and 1 of the Best Small Hotels in the United States from TripAdvisor. We offer several different styles of accommodations ranging from a sunny garden cottage to a suite with a covered balcony, and every room includes a full buffet breakfast and access to the pool and hot tub with vineyard views.
Napa Valley Wineries to Visit
Can you guess the number of wineries in Napa Valley? The sheer number is exciting, if not slightly overwhelming. There are more than 600 wineries in the region, making it essential that you immediately begin planning your next visit as soon as you return home!
Our front desk staff is very helpful when it comes to helping you decide which wineries to visit. We even offer free tasting passes to our guests for neighboring wineries when they are available to us. You might want to get a few suggestions to start the wheels turning from our blog. Take a look at our suggestions for:
How to Get from San Francisco to Napa Valley
By Car – If you have a car at your disposal, the drive from San Francisco to Napa Valley is an easy one. You’ll take Interstate 80 to Highway 29, which will take you about an hour, depending on where you are in San Francisco. Get directions from your location directly to the Wine Country Inn here.
By Shuttle – If you are flying into San Francisco from another city, the San Francisco International Airport is just about 60 miles away. The airport offers a shuttle service to the City of Napa.
Download Our Free Vacation Guide
As you plan your trip to Wine Country, be sure to download our Free Vacation Guide to help you! It contains very helpful information regarding things to do and places to go in Napa Valley, as well as outlines the accommodations we have available right here at the Wine Country Inn.