After weeks of wildfires rolled through Northern California and wine country, these amazing independent hotels are ready to get back to business. They are open, ready to roll out the red carpet, and welcome you.
River Terrace Inn
From River Terrace Inn it’s an easy walk to downtown Napa’s wine bars, the Napa Valley Opera House, and the Oxbow Public Market (cupcake fans: worth the trip just for Kara’s cupcakes). The Inn opens on to the Napa River and a view of the hills–countrified and peaceful.
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Napa River Inn
Luxury reigns at the Napa River Inn. Within walking distance to world famous restaurants and wine tasting, downtown Napa’s only four-star boutique hotel blends historical elegance and modern amenities.
So many other hotels and businesses were effected by these wildfires and we want to show our support for them all.
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Sadly, so many homes and businesses were totally destroyed during these horrific fires, including a fabulous independent hotel and former Stash Partner Hotel, The Fountaingrove Inn. This hotel was a landmark in the Santa Rosa community and beloved by independent travelers. At this point, plans to rebuild and reopen are unknown.
Want to help? Show your support by donating to the American Red Cross or other organizations dedicated to providing relief to these areas.
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I think I am receiving Stash emails because of multiple stays at the beloved Fountainhrove Inn in Santa Rosa, CA. I suggest that you acknowledge & write about this beloved iconic property, which just burned to the ground. Many customers would appreciate it. Thank you, Lois Aswell
Penn Valley, CA
You are absolutely right Lois. What a terrible omission on our part. The Fountaingrove Inn left the Stash Partner Network a while back — but we still consider them as part of our “family” of hotels. We were devastated to learn about their destruction. We updated the blog post to include a mention of them. And when the time comes — fingers-crossed — and they reopen their doors, we’ll be there to support them (regardless if they are our official “partner” or not!). Thanks so much for bringing this to our attention.
-Emily & The Stash Team
How about New York state