An outdoor table with a red and yellow floral tablecloth is set for breakfast. It includes a white teapot, a coffee mug, two glasses of orange juice, bowls of cereal, and a vase of white flowers. Wooden chairs surround the table with mountains visible in the background—a perfect scene for where to stay in Napa.

Maison Fleurie
Yountville, CA

The oldest hotel in Napa Valley, thanks to its extensively renovated main building dating to 1873, this charming, light-filled 13-room hotel lies in the heart of walkable Yountville. It’s now part of Four Sisters Inns, an attractive and well-managed California boutique hotel brand that includes Yountville’s similarly intimate Lavender bed-and-breakfast hotel. A former carriage house and bakery complete the compound, whose gardens contain a discreetly placed hot tub and compact pool.

Photo: Courtesy of Maison Fleurie

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