Be sure to leave enough time between drinking and dining to get out and explore Napa Valley. Visitors can appreciate wine on a whole new level by touring century-old wine caves, floating over fields of grapes in a hot air balloon or taking a horseback ride through different vineyards. In Napa Valley wine is more than a beverage – it’s a reason to plan an adventure.
This beautiful region of California is also known for its hiking trails, championship golf courses and water sports on Lake Berryessa. The Chablis Inn’s location, just off Highway 29 in downtown Napa, makes it easy to visit shops and attractions in nearby towns. Whether you want to go zip-lining through vineyards in Yountville or pamper yourself with a mud bath in Calistoga, it’s all at your fingertips when you stay at Chablis Inn Napa Valley.
Enjoy a classic trip through picturesque wine country on a nostalgic train ride that includes multicourse fine dining.
Explore the 25-mile “original” wine trail that traverses the length of the valley and passes by numerous local wineries.Map
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Discover a new thrill and a great way to get an aerial view of Yountville’s picturesque vineyards with this invigorating activity.
This scenic lake is just an hour away from Chablis Inn and offers a variety of watersports including boat and jet ski rentals.
No visit to Napa Valley is complete without a ride above the vineyards in a hot air balloon. Pick up is from the hotel, and breakfast is included.
Two 18-hole, par 72 championship golf courses provide you with a perfect morning of challenging golf across 360 lush acres.
Visit this nearby winery featuring a magnificent château and estate vineyards which produce delicious, small-batch sparkling wine and Pinot Noir.
Located in an historic stone winery dating back to 1903 and featuring a free private contemporary Art Museum, Hess also offers world-famous culinary programs.
Discover a 13th Century Tuscan-style castle and winery built by Dario Sattui of V. Sattui featuring wine tastings, tours and a world-class collection of reds.
Downtown Napa offers an array of things to do including dining, shopping and nightlife at the Napa Riverfront.
Open seven days a week, the Oxbow Public Market is a popular Napa experience offering local foods, wines and more.
The Napa Valley Opera House is a nonprofit performing arts theatre providing shows in the heart of downtown Napa.
Owners Georgia and Tom have put together a great group of drivers who are very knowledgeable about the best wineries to visit. Call them for all your transportation needs in the Valley.