A great base for exploring wine country, this 1200 acre resort is a home away from home.
Whether you want to indulge in the plethora of on-site activities (like the pools, tennis courts, farm-to-table dining, gardens, spa and championship golf courses) or explore the surrounding Napa Valley Wine Country, there’s no place better than this 1 200-acre resort.
Separated into four distinct neighborhoods, including Mansion Estates, Cottage Drive, The Grove and Oak Creek East, the resort feels like a residential community. Our premium cottage one bedroom suite included a wood burning fireplace, kitchen and dining room.
We met golfers, wine tourists and families at this consistently busy resort. A private road and plenty of green space however, give it a quiet, low-key vibe.
Check out the bocce courts or go for a hike on the property’s trails. With more time, bike the famed Silverado Trail through wine country.
Expect sweeping views at the Grove with its gnarled oak trees and creek, or take in the massive Civil War era Silverado mansion set before the surrounding mountains.
Silverado Resort and Spa, 1600 Atlas Peak Rd, Napa, California; (707) 257-0200.
Want more Napa Hotels? This original article first appeared in the Spring 2016 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.