Well, there is a very good reason why every single review on here for the Adagio Inn is 5 stars! So I'll add mine to the long list, and tell you that it is a beautiful bed and breakfast inn, and I'd recommend it in a heartbeat to anyone who was considering staying here. We went here to celebrate our 29th Anniversary, and couldn't have been happier with the accommodations! First off, it's kept in pristine condition, inside and out. The gardens are beautiful as you enter the front, and a beautiful, dogwood tree was in bloom! And the parlor, sitting areas and rooms were just amazing!!! Nothing is haphazard here. Every last detail has been thought of, and looks like you've stepped into a decorator's magazine! The fabrics, furnishings, accents, linens and all amenities are the best! The bed is incredibly comfortable, and had fine linens on it. There was a huge stained glass window in our room that was just picturesque! And our room was very large! The biggest I've ever seen in a bed and breakfast inn! It had an attached living room with super comfortable furniture. Really, all the furniture in this home looks like it belongs in a museum! Except that it's super comfy!!! We liked that there was not only a tv but that the inn also provides a bunch of great dvd's out in the hallway for you to use, if you felt like watching a movie. There was a claw foot tub in the bathroom which was pretty quaint too! Now, let me tell you about the owner/manager, Polly. She's friendly to a fault, and available to help with any request, but she's also mindful to allow you privacy. It's like she appears to bring you things, answer questions you may have, make recommendations if you ask, but then she disappears to attend to her work. The breakfast room is a sunny area that is set up with small, intimate individual tables, conducive to private visiting, which we prefer over the big breakfast tables at most b&b's, where you're sort of forced to visit with the other patrons. There were Fresh flowers on every table, and a very cute array of eclectic dishes that all coordinate, even though they're different! There is also an attached balcony set up with breakfast tables, if you prefer to dine al fresco. We were served an absolutely divine breakfast of a type of quiche that had a wild mushroom crust! There was fresh juices, great coffee, apple-chicken sausages, heirloom tomatoes from a local farmer's market, among other delectables. I can't remember all of them, but do remember loving every bite! (that's saying a lot, since we're pretty serious about our food!)And Polly is more than happy to share recipes, if you ask. She even has copies of them in a binder, so she can quickly hand you a copy!
We only had one night to stay here, but vowed to return again, the next time we come to the Napa area. I really do not think you could find a nicer, friendlier, more beautiful inn to stay at. It made our anniversary memorable, and we can't wait to return! It was a perfect place to stay!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Adagio Inn is located on a quiet residential street in the center of St. Helena in Napa Valley. This Historic Inn that has been fully restored and luxuriously furnished. All amenities are first class, all rooms have king-size beds, robes, phone, cable TV, DVD, refrigerator and wireless. You will receive a gourmet breakfast in the morning, wine and cheese in the evening, and quiet elegance throughout the day. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Adagio Hotel St. Helena
- Adagio Inn St. Helena, Napa Valley, California