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Designated one of Napa's Landmark houses, the Old World Inn was built in 1906 by E. J. Doughty, a master craftsman responsible for some of the town's most beautiful homes and churches. This house was special for Doughty: He built it as his private residencea home for himself and his family. The entire home feels friendly and relaxed, a testament to Doughtys sensitivity and skill at crafting homes. Rooms are sunny and inviting, a perfect place to rest at the end of a long day. Featherbeds, fireplaces, individual private baths, and private 2-person spa tubs are just a few of the many features waiting for overnight guests.
As one of Napas oldest Bed and Breakfasts, the Old World Inn is known for two things: Quality of food, and friendliness. Guests are treated to a gourmets repast, from freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies on check-in, to a 5:30 wine and cheese social hour, to devastating chocolate desserts when they return back to the Inn in the evening. And each morning begins with the smell of freshly ground coffee (or teas) and a two-course hot gourmet breakfast.
65 Miles from San Francisco International
40 Miles from San Francisco