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LIVE 24-SEVEN T R AV E L T R ENDS CA L I FORNI A . . .NA PA VA L L E Y


California in September is a great idea. Firstly the heat and the crowds have eased as the weather starts to cool down and secondly the grapes will be ripening in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, so wine touring is comfortable this time of year. If you hop over to San Francisco which is known for its fog, it has some of the clearest days of the year this month too. Here's a selection of Napa Valley hotels you might want to consider...


A LUXURIOUS INN...


MillikenThe Milliken Inn is an adults only inn right by the banks of the Napa River, close to the Silverado Trail. Twelve beautiful rooms await in this home-from-home paradise which also offers some more unusual spa treatments and exception wine tasting.


ECO-FRIENDLY ETHOS...


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Bardessono Hotel and Spa combines luxury with an eco-friendly etho s. A place to spa, to take in views and to taste the wine. You'll love the field-to-fork ethos of the restaurant and the very artful cocktails.


ADULT PLAYGROUND. . . FOOD, WINE, VIEWS & LOCATION


The Solage Calistoga is an 'adult playground' in the heart of Napa Valley, with a very impressive cocktail bar and even more impressive spa complex. The restaurant is exceptional and they even hire you a bike to 'help' with the wine tastings.


The breathtaking views, olive groves and outstanding restaurant - which is highly regarded across the entire Valley - are reasons to stay here, but add into the mix a stunning pool, spa, prime location and a 15,000 strong wine cellar and you question why you'd stay anywhere else? Auberge Du Soleil, St Helena.


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