Napa Valley Wine Country lodging
overlooking the vineyards in Calistoga...
Located near the base of Mt. St. Helena,
Hillcrest Bed and Breakfast is just five minutes from the
hustle and bustle of Calistoga with its many restaurants,
spas, and wineries.
A winding 1/4-mile driveway leads up to the
rambling country home set among lush palms, shrubs, trees, and
many varieties of flowers. Inside you will find the home is
filled with cherished family heirlooms, antique silver, and
oriental rugs, books and other furnishings decorate the home.
Guest accommodations are elegantly
decorated with country antiques and breathtaking views of the
gardens or the valley await you. All rooms have electric
fireplaces, private baths and queen-size beds, while two rooms
have Jacuzzi tubs for two. Guests can warm up in front of the
fireplace and play piano in the common room, or relax on the
A large continental breakfast is served on
weekends at the dining table overlooking the valley. Guests
can enjoy fresh baked goods, seasonal fruit, juice, and
coffee, all presented on 90-year-old silver and china, giving
you the illusion that you are back in time.
Guests who bring their own poles can fish
in the small lake nearby or hike in seclusion on 60 wooded
acres. A barbecue area is also provided.
Visitors to Hillcrest Bed and Breakfast are
just two miles north of the town of Calistoga in the Napa
Valley Wine Country, where there is a lot to see and do, from
hiking and biking, to shopping in quaint main street shops to
fine dining and wine tasting. Tennis, golf, balloon and glider
and helicopter rides, horseback riding, spas, bike rentals,
massages, mud baths, Old Faithful Geyser, and the Petrified
Forest are nearby.
Since 1860, this property where Hillcrest
Country Inn resides has been in the family for seven
generations. There are many family photo albums, giving you a
good look at the oldest wineries and elegant life-style of the
Tubbs family and their friends.
The Tubbs and the Reids were two of Napa
Valley's earliest and most glamourous residents. The Reid name
is an important part of San Francisco architecture (the
Fairmont Call Building and Hotel Del Coronodo are a few of
The Tubbs family established an empire
supplying cordage to the Clipper ships of San Francisco Harbor
and founded Calistoga's Chateau Montelena in 1880.
You are allowed to bring dogs for a fee of
$10.00 per dog, per night. Bring bedding for the dog; large
outdoor kennels are also available. If available innkeeper can
dog sit and dog walk for guests free of charge.