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Our exquisite Napa valley bed and breakfast mansion offers the exclusivity of 10 guest rooms and 3,000 square feet of shared spaces. Sit and relax your cares away in the expansive front parlor, piano parlor, historic dining room, television parlor and solarium of our Napa B&B. A massive wrap-around veranda allows numerous vantage points from which to contemplate the beautiful grounds of our Napa Valley inn. The luxurious rooms at our Napa bed and breakfast are lovingly appointed with comfy beds and linens, fireplaces, and private bathrooms. Delight in a wondrous gourmet breakfast each morning and wind down with our wine and appetizer reception every evening. Don’t forget to enjoy our complimentary winery passes, bicycles, Wi-Fi & croquet court. The exceptional and experienced staff at our bed and breakfast in Napa is delighted to assist you in planning winery excursions and making dinner reservations both before and during your stay. Come Escape to the magic of Churchill Manor!
5 on January 13, 2015
This was our first trip to Napa and Churchill Manor was the perfect place to stay! Great location, comfy rooms and a wonderful staff! They gave us great recommendations for wineries to visit and restaurants and could not have been more gracious hosts. The breakfast was absolutely fabulous and enjoying it out on the wonderful porch made it perfection. The wine and cheese social each evening was a treat as well. I hope to return again some day soon!
4.4 on January 09, 2015
If you want to stay in a beautiful old home, surrounded by antique furnishings and a fantastic staff, there is no better place then this home! Everything was amazing and my wife and I are already planning our next trip back!
4.0 on July 13, 2013
We had a great stay at Churchill Manor...the rooms were quaint, service outstanding & recommendations helpful. Would stay there again if in Napa.
5 on March 27, 2013
My fiance and I had been engaged for a year and were planning to have a wedding in Iowa, where we live, and already had the venues booked. We decided to scrap those plans and do something romantic and adventurous and have a small destination elopement that would be much more meaningful for us. We came up with the idea of going to Napa. I came across Churchill Manor when doing research online and I knew that it would be the perfect place for our small wedding. From my first e-mail inquiry to the time we checked out the day after our wedding, the service we received was excellent!! We booked an elopement package and the price was extremely reasonable. Our package included 2 nights at the bed and breakfast, use of the grounds for our ceremony, the wedding officiant, wedding cake, bottles of sparkling wine for the reception, and the bridal bouquet and bouttoniere. The staff is incredibly helpful--I planned everything via e-mail, and all I had to do was tell them our preferences for cake and flowers, etc. and they arranged it! My bouquet was exactly what I had pictured, and our wedding cake was the best cake we've ever had! We also wanted a pianist for the ceremony and reception, and the staff arranged that for us as well. The rooms are beautiful and romantic! The bed and breakfast is in a great location and within walking distance from many restaurants and shops. The owners of the bed and breakfast were on vacation while we were there, and we had the pleasure of having Joy take care of us--she was wonderful--so attentive and friendly. I can't say enough about how great this place is! It was an amazing, memorable experience and we're so happy we decided to get married here. I highly recommend Churchill Manor for anyone planning a smaller wedding, or couples looking to have a romantic getaway in a gorgeous setting! My husband and I will definitely be back in the future for an anniversary.
4.6 on January 08, 2013
staff is excellent. grounds are beautiful. loved it.
4.0 on March 15, 2011
Two friends and I stayed here this past week and we were thrilled. Brian has definitely found his niche in life. He was very nice, accommodating, fun to talk to and a wealth of information re: Napa. The house has been impeccably restored and is absolutely beautiful. My only regret was not being there to see the plethora of roses in bloom. The grounds are breathtaking. We had a lot of fun with the other guests during the early evenings when the wine and cheese came out. For those wanting to make sure you have a special stay in Napa, you cannot lose on this one. I could have blown off the winery tours and just hung out at the house. Also, breakfast was excellent. My ONLY beef is that I am an early riser and would have liked a coffee pot in the dining room ready to turn on at 5:00. They have coffee in thermoses (and tea) available around the clock, but that doesn't cut it first thing in the AM when I need a fresh pot. Still, no big. I highly recommend this beautiful house, especially if you are going to have some down time to enjoy it.
4.0 on August 12, 2010
We've been here before and are going back for our anniversary. The house itself is sublime. It's utterly tasteful with a generous, relaxing porch. It's also walking distance to town for nice dinners. The ambiance is great. Breakfast is delicious, but be prepared to talk with others - it is not a private affair. The only drawback for us was that the "2 person" clawfoot tub does not refer to average-sized 2 people. If you're both petite, then great. Otherwise, I'd take that with a grain of salt. Staff was mostly very sweet, though attitudes varied a bit between warm and indifferent. But obviously it was nice enough, as we're on our way back!
4.8 on July 05, 2010
Churchill Manor is a unique experience. We were part of a group of 12 that stayed there. The location is great, walking distance to downtown Napa. They provided a wine tasting each afternoon, bringing in various wineries on occasion. Steve prepared the best breakfast each morning. They worked with us to ensure our stay was flawless to include making dinner reservations for our group.
5 on June 25, 2010
This is how a B&B should be operated. They could give lessons to others. We always stay at B&Bs where ever our travels take us. Without a doubt this one tops them all. Beautiful building, well kept, great service and just plane wonderful. Excellent B&B
5 on June 01, 2010
We've stayed at B&Bs in the eastern US and Canada, as well as Ireland. This is easily the nicest. The owners' renovations of this late 1800s mansion are excellent, blending the original splendor with modern bathrooms and in-room gas fireplaces. In addition to a fine breakfast, they offered mid-afternoon snacks and early evening wine tasting. The owner gave us great recommendations to make the most of our brief stay in Wine Country. The website reflects the reality of this place...unlike others B&Bs that carefully frame pictures to hide the flaws. For us, this was a real bargain too. We were traveling mid-week without reservations. The visitors center in Napa recommended that we try this place and then called to see if they had a room available. We got an excellent rate, comparable to the better chain hotels. We got so much more for our money. While rates are no doubt higher during high season, we would still stay here. If you are in Napa Valley, stay here!
Located on the first floor, this room, named after the most southern and coolest temperature Napa Valley appellation, features beautiful slate flooring throughout, an iron queen-size bed an English fireplace (gas-burning), and a large two-person Victorian bathtub nestled into the bay window overlooking the garden. The sky lit bathroom features a large two-person slate shower.
Nightly Rate: $185 - $275
Antique Delft tiles frame the original fireplace in this stately room. Named after the wine producing region along the eastern side of Napa, this room features a matching Austrian mahogany armoire, nightstands, dressing table, dresser,and a king-size bed. A giant claw foot tub sits romantically in the corner. The tiled bathroom boasts a brass and leaded-glass shower.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $285
Named after Napa Valley's Rutherford Appellation, the original gold leaf tiles surrounding the fireplace still glisten, matching those showcasing the giant antique claw foot tub in the corner. This bright Victorian room features a beautiful antique king-size bed, a cozy upholstered loveseat, a comfortable lounge chair, and wood writing desk. The tiled bathroom boasts a brass corner shower with leaded-glass and its original pedestal sink.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $285
The Stags Leap Room is the largest guest room and arguably the most famous Napa Valley Appellation. Edward Churchill's original bedroom features a six-piece exquisite antique French bedroom set in walnut, featuring an ornate-carved king-size bed, triple-mirrored armoire, marble topped night stands, marble topped dresser with ornate mirror, and marble-topped dressing table. Gold leaf tiles, which still frame the magnificent carved fireplace, surround the giant Victorian bathtub showcased in the room. A large two-person tiled shower completes this very grand room.
Nightly Rate: $215 - $305
Rich wall coverings, a carved wood four-poster queen-size bed, a cozy tapestry settee, warm wood furnishings, and an English fireplace (gas-burning) provide an inviting and cheery ambiance. The tiled bathroom, with a brass and leaded glass corner shower and claw foot bathtub, share the room.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $245
Feel the rich elegance of this large room featuring a massive antique carved king-size bed complemented by a Renaissance armoire, English fireplace (gas-burning), and a claw foot bathtub in the corner of the bedroom. Comfortable furnishings include a custom sofa (queen-sleeper), matching tapestry antique chair, and an oak table. The bathroom features a brass and glass corner shower.
Nightly Rate: $185 - $275
Named for the Napa Valley appellation with the highest average elevation, this spacious vineyard-themed room features a king-size brass bed, ornate mirrored French armoire and Edwardian sideboard, overstuffed lounge chairs, and an English fireplace (gas-burning). The emerald green bathroom with brass accents boasts a giant antique claw foot tub for two, original pedestal sink, and a huge exquisitely tiled two-person tiled shower.
Nightly Rate: $205 - $295
Reminiscent of an English garden, this sunny room features a brass queen-size bed, beautiful carved antique armoire and writing desk, a comfortable upholstered lounge chair, and a corner fireplace (gas-burning). The airy bathroom boasts an original claw foot bathtub and large glass and brass shower.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $245
This charming room features a queen-size iron bed, walnut armoire, comfortable lounge chair, and an English fireplace (gas burning). The cheery bathroom boasts a two-person tiled shower with glass double doors and Victorian floral leaded glass, complementing the wall coverings and ceiling lamp.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $245
An antique carved queen-size bed complements the mirrored armoire, antique secretary, overstufffed lounge chair, and an English fireplace (gas-burning) in this elegant hideaway room. The bathroom, exquisitely tiled in tunbled marble with brass fixtures, boasts a romantic two-person shower.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $245
Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Small town, Wine country
San Francisco, CA (SFO) 65 miles
From San Francisco/Airport via the Bay Bridge-Interstate 80 East: Take Highway 101 north from the Airport and follow the signs to interstate 80 east across the Bay Bridge toward Oakland. After crossing the bridge move to the left hand lanes and follow the signs, staying on interstate 80 east, toward Sacramento. After traveling 20 miles you will come to a toll bridge. Pay the $4.00 toll and continue on Interstate 80 east, DO NOT TAKE THE HIGHWAY 29 EXIT, but travel 4 miles to the Highway 37 exit. Drive west on Highway 37 for two miles to Highway 29 (Sonoma Boulevard) and take a sharp right hand turn. Travel seven miles north on Highway-29. Where the road splits, stay to the left toward Calistoga and drive another five miles to the 1st-Street/Downtown-Napa exit. Follow the Downtown Napa signs which route traffic onto 2nd Street (it is a one-way street). Drive about one-half mile to the first traffic light at Jefferson Street and turn right. Travel two blocks and make a left on Oak Street. Drive seven blocks to the corner of Oak and Brown, turn right and pull into the first parking lot on your right hand side.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Napa Valley Wine Train, hot-air ballooning, mud baths/spas, world class restaurants., Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities , In-room toiletries
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Boating, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Croquet, tandem bicycles veranda around 3 sides of the house perfect for relaxing, sipping wine, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
Joanna Guidotti and Brian Jensen
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Group Catering, Limousine Tour Lunch
Best Ever Omelet
This omelet has wine-braised onions, tomato, cheese, mushroom, a thin slice of avocado and a touch of sour cream. It is served with smoked turkey, chicken and sundried-tomato sausage with honey-sweetened, lemon-spiked, roasted bell pepper sauce. It can be made to order and is one of two hot entree choices that change daily for our guests.