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For honeymooning couples, spouses celebrating an anniversary and groups of friends who just want to kick back and taste some fine wine, Napa Valley is one of the top vacations destinations in California and even the entire country. The area is known for its wineries, beautiful scenery, spas and quaint inns that offer accommodation as well as friendliness.
For a travel agent, knowing all about Napa Valley is integral to providing successful travel booking services. Either through the help of a host agency or through your own research, familiarizing yourself with attractions and accommodations in the area is one great way to keep clients happy.
The following B & B’s, or bed and breakfasts, are among the most highly recommended spots to stay overnight in Napa Valley.
The Beazley House
Appropriately, the first B & B on this list is also the first B & B ever to be established in Napa Valley.
Opened in 1981, The Beazley House is within walking distance of Napa’s West End. That means that guests who want to do a lot of wine tasting and drinking with dinner won’t have to travel far or pay for a taxi in order to get home each evening.
The house itself is a historic manor that has been refurbished, so that all guests have their own in-suite bathroom, and pet lovers will appreciate that this is one of the few bed and breakfast inns in Napa that welcomes dogs.
Many travelers specifically seek out the help of travel agents because they need advice on finding the right accommodation for their vacations.
Clients who want more privacy and a quieter establishment might gravitate toward the Merlot House. This charming B & B only has five suites, which means that you’ll never deal with the hassle of long lines when you arrive or depart.
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Lavender: A Bed and Breakfast
This B & B is located in Napa Valley, but it is outside of the Napa town itself. Found in Yountville, Lavender offers plenty of charm as well as a lot of privacy.
The main historic house doesn’t actually provide accommodation for guests, but it is where you can mingle in the lobby, enjoy a delicious breakfast or indulge in the wine happy hour.
The rooms are actually small, private cottages that surround the outdoor garden and courtyard. Unlike some of the more Victorian-style inns in Napa, Lavender boasts decor and style from Provence, France, for a more sophisticated look.
One of the more romantic inns in Napa Valley is Churchill Manor, which happens to be the scene of many proposals and even weddings.
The mansion was built in 1889 using exquisite materials, and the atmosphere is upscale and elegant. Breakfast is a highlight of the stay thanks to a lavish spread that can be enjoyed on the veranda, in the sunroom or overlooking the rose gardens outside.
Travel agents who work closely with host agencies are able to get the news and resources required to plan one-of-a-kind vacations. Booking accommodation in one of these Napa Valley B & Bs is a sure way to surprise and delight customers.