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Recent Napa County reviews

  • A Real Treasure

    "My husband and I spent the month of October at Pedroni in Yountville, California. Pedroni is a house built for wine country visitors desiring a home with five star accommodations for a month long stay: an elevator to comfortable bedrooms; two bathrooms upstairs and a powder room downstairs; plenty of hot water and good water pressure; top-line kitchen appliances; a filtered water dispenser; every cable channel imaginable connected to a surround sound system, and internet wi-fi. There's even a printer with paper supplied. Outside the dining area, there's a gurgling wall fountain and off the living area through massive sliding glass doors is a trellised garden where we had our morning coffee and read our Kindles with white roses on one side and a brick oven (with oak and fruit wood supplied) atop a fireplace. Placed discretely out of sight is a spotlessly clean Weber gas grill. Pedroni is well located for walking all over the charming village of Yountville. It's an easy drive to Napa with all the stores you would need for supplies and to charming St. Helena and Calistoga. Here is what was very important to us: the representations of Pedroni on the web site are absolutely accurate. We have rented other homes in the past and found those web site contained serious misrepresentations which made for major disappointments. That was certainly not the case at Pedroni. If it is listed on the Pedroni site, you can be sure it will be there. In fact, Pedroni's web site understates its quality, amenities and convenience. Jill and Charlie are wonderful hosts who had helpful tips and made our month in Yountville both enjoyable and a warm memory."
    Guest: David and Cheryl V. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: November 25, 2015
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  • “The “real” way to enjoy the Napa and Sonoma valleys and their appellations

    "Dos Lagos Vineyard and home is the best stay to truly understand the Wine Country story! The ride on Atlas Peak Road ( from Silverado CC) is relaxing, eventful and enjoyable. It’s a plus! The home was in most satisfactory condition: • Beds were well made, totally comfortable, • Bathrooms, clean, neat + soap, tp, etc all convenient and sufficient • Kitchen: Milk, butter, water, olive oil, coffee were all pluses. • Pool & outside areas: Clean, neat, and superb morning swim • Vineyards: A joy to walk through. Wild blackberries were “stolen” and added to morning cereal. Yummy! • Golf: Silverado: Always enjoyable. The Napa Public Kennedy Course (just shy of town) at $45 is a winner for it is a challenging course, adequately maintained golf course set up among lakes and streams in lower Napa. • Food: We took advantage of Silverado’s Brut & Bird Thursday night special for two @ $45: It was superb. Marvelous citrus salad, succulent broasted chicken, freshly mashed potatoes and gravy, coleslaw & kale veggie plus a split of Domaine Chandon each. o Genova Delicatessen: So good to find still operating! Sandwiches & salads are superbly prepared. Same old style people behind the counter as 30 years ago in Oakland & SF o Ristorante Allegria: Excellent pappardelle con fungi! My linguini con vongole e marinara was quite good. Would go again. o Bodega Bay Oysters: On Valley Ford Rd, was enjoyable. Good selection & so fresh. We picnicked under the trees on their tree filled grounds. o Occidental’s Neri Restaurant is still going strong: Home baked pastries, bread galore and their ravioli’s have always been so good with chard, meats and a dough that floats to the heavens. o Tasca Tasca: Sonoma’s Portuguese tapa style bar restaurant was enjoyable with a good selection of old world wine and beer plus Azorean specialties. Manuel Azevedo (La Sallette) owns this new restaurant also. o Pat’s Runway: It’s not Jonesy's menu, but they still do have Jonesy's potatoes. Wineries: • Aside from the delicious Dos Lagos Cab (a bottle provided), Luna’s was enjoyable with a Sunday guitar jazz player. • Chimney Rock was over the top with Tom Price being our server and guide into the vineyard and grounds. • Hess & art exhibits: Interesting. Passed on Stag's Leap @ $65 pp tasting!"
    Guest: Harry Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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  • Third time is charm

    "We have stayed here 3 times in the last 5 years and the accommodations are great. The unit has 2 separate bedroom areas, good kitchen, and a great patio with a view of the 6th hole. The massive trees on the course are spectacular. Bob takes care of all the details and makes moving in and out easy. The Silverado clubhouse is also available to use. Try the Kobe hamburger at the bar, it is great. The fire pits there are also nice."
    Guest: Husker Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 21, 2016
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  • Beautiful home in the valley

    "Your home is beautiful. It is in a great location close to everything. It's such a beautiful area . We had everything we needed. Thanks for the great directions and information provided."
    Guest: Gaye C. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 12, 2016
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