Built at the turn of the century, our Napa Valley bed and breakfast is one of the finest examples of Craftsman architecture in Calistoga. Reputedly built for Leland Stanford, our builders tell us that the structural timbers are American white pine that must have shipped around the horn from South Carolina.
Converted from its original status as a family home in 1978, the Wine Way Inn is the oldest Calistoga bed and breakfast inn. The original adaptation, and the loving care of the current and previous owners, have preserved the best of the original architecture while providing accommodation with period charm and modern convenience.
The guest dining room and parlor have the original shoulder high oak wainscoting and leaded glass built-in cabinets along with a charming fireplace.
The building is complemented by the stunning multi level redwood deck at the rear of the house. Always a wonderful surprise for our new guests, the deck and garden provide an ideal spot to relax and soak up the last of the day’s sunshine while enjoying the views of Mount St. Helena and the Palisades.
On warm nights (most of the year here in Calistoga) guests congregate here to enjoy the evening’s complimentary wine, share stories of the day’s wine finds, or simply make new friends. For those preferring more intimate conversation, there is plenty of room to find your own private spot.