1417 Kearney St., Saint Helena, CA 94574, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Polly Keegan

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Circa 1890. Gracing a quiet neighborhood in the historic district of the Napa Valley wine country, this 1890 Edwardian home has been recently renovated to offer the comfort and amenities of a fine country inn. Ch...


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We had a wonderful stay at the Adagio Inn. As the Innís website explains, Adagio is a musical term in Italian meaning take it slow. This wasnít our intent when we started our stay in St. Helena, but by the end of our visit we were very relaxed and ended up feeling completely rejuvenated. The Inn is warm and welcoming and we immediately felt comfortable and at home. We stayed in the Prelude Suite which has a huge and comfy kind size bed, balcony with a two person hot tub and little sitting area with a really comfortable sofa. The room and bathroom were spotless. The bathroom was equipped with all the necessities including thick soft towels, hair dryer and Aveda bath products. The room had a TV and DVD player, relaxing selection of CDs and CD player, plush robes and small fridge. The innkeeper, Polly, was a delight. She was available to us for any recommendations or arrangements that we needed. Our first evening at the Inn, we were served an amazing tray of cheeses, fruit, bread and spreads with wine. We sat out on the large front porch overlooking the tree lined street and just relaxed. The location of the Inn could not be more perfect. It is walking distance to the main street in St. Helena with all the restaurants and boutiques. It was so nice to be able to park the car and just walk around exploring the charming town. Another bonus of the location is that it is very close to so many fabulous wineries. We were able to drive to all the wineries we visited in five to ten minutes. This was also convenient because we were able to go wine tasting, take a lunch break, eating delicious deli sandwiches (from Giugni & Son Grocery Company) on the Innís front porch, then continue with our day exploring other wineries. We stayed two nights, and each morning we started our day out on that front porch soaking up the morning sun and drinking coffee from the coffee/tea bar. We were served two amazing gourmet breakfasts. I just couldnít get over how ripe, sweet and juicy the fruit was; both breakfasts had fresh baked goods, an egg creation and breakfast meats. Polly was receptive to any dietary requests we had, and honestly everything she served us was so flavorful and fabulous. My husband is a very hard sell, and he truly enjoyed or visit to the Inn as well. In the evenings we walked into town and had two wonderful dinners- the first night at Cook, a small Italian bistro, and the second night at Market. The Inn has books, games and magazines- including a chess table, which we played our first night. I would definitely recommend the Adagio Inn to anyone looking for a clean room, comfortable bed, warm receptive atmosphere and a delicious morning meal! If you do stay, be sure to spend some time on the front porch, for some reason it is very relaxing.
Nicole Miller
6/10/2009

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