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Recent St. Helena property reviews
"The Casa lived up to our high expectations. This home is centrally located and we used this romantic villa as our headquarters. Immediately found it to be very clean and the property's amenities and furnishings were better than pictures. Truly a gem. Enjoyed our morning coffee out on the patio and our evening wine in front of the toasty fireplace. St. Helena is the quaint wine country town I had hoped for with great restaurants, shops and wineries close by."Guest: Cindy Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 31, 2014View listing
"If you want to enjoy all that Napa Valley has to offer, this is the perfect location to do it. Located just up the mountain from St. Helena, this home offers a private get away perched on top of a 30 acre vineyard overlooking the valley below. The property is in immaculate condition lined with fruit trees (figs, limes, peaches, etc.) and the spacious, eclectic interior has great character. We stayed comfortably over a long weekend with 5 couples to celebrate a few birthdays. The views are breathtaking from sunrise above the valley clouds to sunset over the property vineyards. The owner greeted us, showed us around and even left us two bottles of wine from her vineyard to get the weekend started (quite tasty by the way). Our only 'complaint' was that the listing pictures don't do the property nearly enough justice. We were all shocked at how much more picturesque and beautiful this property actually was. This was truly an unforgettable trip and there's no doubt that we will be back to stay again. Hopefully sooner rather then later!"Guest: Mark B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014View listing
"My husband and I stayed at this gorgeous home with friends of ours in March 2011. We absolutely loved it. Such a great location and really lovely amenities at the home. Also, the owner Michelle greeted us with a bottle of wine and showed us how to use everything. She also gave us reco's for great wineries and restaurants. We can't wait to go back."Guest: Barb Date of Stay: March 2011 Review Submitted: February 24, 2012View listing
"Our stay was relaxed, clean and quiet. The house is ideal for 2-4 people as there are only two queen size beds in it. Big kitchen. Large backyard excellent for just soaking up that Napa Valley weather. Walking distance to town a big plus. Sunshine foods a real pleasure."Guest: sherry Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014View listing
St. Helena Travel Tips
St. Helena Vacation Rentals are Worth the Trip
Don't let the small village like setting of St. Helena fool you. This quaint little town has it all, which is why jet setters and locals alike flock to the area known as St. Helena. St. Helena vacation rentals have a history of bringing you the feeling of home without paying the big bucks. Therefore, while others shell out the cash for expensive boutique hotels with exotic names, you will already be unpacking and living like a local to St. Helena.
St. Helena Lodging Requires You to Do One Thing: Relax
If you've tired of the same old hotel routine and need to change it, renting out any one of the amazing St. Helena lodging might do just the trick. Once you've settled in your St. Helena vacation home, you will feel compelled to get out there and explore. St. Helena is just one of many areas in the Napa County that offers you a true winery and vineyard experience. Northern Californians are proud of the wine they make and are pleased to share it with locals and tourists alike. However, you won't feel like a tourist when you step out of your St. Helena lodging and into town for a day.
Explore What Napa County Travel Can Do For You
Now that you have an idea of what St. Helena is like, don't hesitate. Many folks come to Napa County, but St. Helena is special. This are will provide you with the charming small-town appeal but is never short of the luxury that, sometimes, you may want to treat yourself to. Enjoy all the amenities that any five-star resort would offer at a price you can afford. Become a local if only for a few weeks. You deserve a St. Helena lodging break and the town is waiting for you.