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Accommodations for 3 nights

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Accommodations for 3 nights

Folks - we are looking for your recommendations for our 3 night stay during the first week in July 2012. I do realize that some of the more desired choices are already booked. We do have a reservation at the Oleander B&B but are looking to see if we could trade up to somewhat nicer accommodations, though we have read some very good reviews here re the Oleander. We prefer to stay at a B&B, but certainly am open to one of Yountville's hotels. We are not looking to do this on the cheap, but not sure we want to pay Bardessano prices. Your suggestions are appreciated.

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1. Re: Accommodations for 3 nights

Hotel Yountville is a nice property. The Villagio is another one of our favorites. :)

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Oleander is nice- and it's next to Costentino Winery, which is next to Mustards restaurant :)

There are some B&B's in the town of Yountville, Lavender House, Maison Fleurie(more like an Inn). The Bordeaux House and Petit Logis.

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3. Re: Accommodations for 3 nights

Hotel Yountville is our first choice when staying in Napa Valley. We try other places from time to time, but will always go back to the YI.

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We were very pleased with the Napa Valley Lodge on our stay there two years ago. The rooms were very nice, with excellent baths.

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5. Re: Accommodations for 3 nights

Lavender House & Maison Fleurie are great, we love Four Sisters Hotels ( http://www.foursisters.com ) and the Hotel Yountville is very nice too.

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We stayed at the Lavender Inn last July and really enjoyed it. It was very clean, comfortable, had delicious breakfasts included in the price, and was in a fantastic location, a two minute walk to the restaurants and shops in Yountville.

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We like the Napa Valley Lodge. They have a great complimentary breakfast with scrambled eggs, waffle station, Champagne, fresh bagels and pastries, etc. Nice outdoor fire pit and pool area, and in the summer they have a pool server in the afternoons so you can purchase drinks and some food items. Every Thursday and Friday evening they have different wineries come in and provide complimentary tasting in their lobby area. The rooms are updated and have walk-in showers, and comfortable beds. Recommend you get a vineyard view room which faces North on the property and is farthest from Highway 29. Ask for upstairs if possible.

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