"I had a personal chef for 3 days"
This is a quaint B&B. Beds are comfortable and the breakfasts were wonderful. I felt like we had a personnel chef for 3 days. Internet access worked occasionally, TV's channel options were very poor. Making the TV and internet functional would have made our stay even better. This is located within walking distance of downtown Napa. It was great to have the ability to enjoy the walks through town for dinner and walk back to the B&B.
"Not a bad stay!"
10/24/14 Brian T Dallas, Texas
My wife and I stayed recently for 3 nights. While the overall experience was good there was some hits and misses. Room: While not a negative, remember this a B&B ie- old house. Its not a hotel nor intended to be. If you have never stayed in a B&B, your experience might be skewed. We staying in the Gamay Room which has its pros/cons. It was a big room with plenty of space even with the king sized bed. This can be a rarity in a B&B. The downsides to this room were: 1. the bathroom didnt fit the tub/shower. So, it looks like they converted the closet to a bathtub. The tub was very nice but it was a little strange going into a shower that had a door and came right into the room. 2. There is a really neat antique stain glass window. This had its own unique things. One, it made for a very bright room. Not bad during the day, not so great if you wanted to sleep in. Additionally, there were pieces of the stain glass completely missing. I imagine its from the earthquake. Although, it created a hole right outside. Luckily, the weather was cool at night but it felt like we had the window open all the time. I am sure being an antique stain glass, its not easy fix and putting cardboard or anything else would just look bad. So, I feel for the B&B as there might not be too many options. 3. Room location. The gamay room is right off the front door to the B&B. You hear everyone coming in, all times of the day and night. The door enters right into the main living room area. This is where the guests hang around and relax. Its also has a chandelier that is on all night. We had light shining under our door the entire time. I liked the B&B overall, but would not choose this room again. B&B itself: The house is pretty neat. Old B&B with a great location downtown Napa. Its a 10 minute hike to the river part of downtown Napa where all the shops and restaurants are located. The house location is on a fairly busy street but I am not sure anyone would notice unless they stayed in the Gamay room. Breakfast: The breakfasts were overall great with some slight misses. They served a 3 course breakfast that mostly was really really good. The Pumpkin pancakes were amazing! The next meal was a quiche or souffle served in its own small cast iron. The idea was great but the meal was burnt on the bottom. I imagine its due to the cast iron still cooking after taking out of oven. But, overall the breakfasts were awesome and worth sticking around for it each morning. Service: Service was great. The staff was always there to help and assist. They hosted a wine reception in their basement area that was really neat. Overall, I liked the place and would stay there again...If I had a different room!
10/22/14 Flyersfantraveller Cherry Hill, New Jersey
My husband and I spent 4 nights. The room was spacious, the shower modern and very large. Breakfasts were wonderful. In Downtown Napa but on a quiet street. We wll stay there again. Complementary wine tasting from a private vineyard on Friday night.
"Beautiful and convenient"
10/13/14 Cajr Vancouver
We recently stayed in the Zinfandel room on the second floor of the main house. It was beautifully appointed and very comfortable. The bed was great and the linens were very nice (which is important to me). We enjoyed our morning breakfast which was like a frittata - baked in individual size cast iron pans. It was served with perfectly done bacon, a fruit salad and almond croissant. My husband and I thought it was delicious. A couple of people at our table would have preferred plain scrambled eggs - which the B&B will provide with notice. If you have dietary requests or have strong preferences for breakfast, La Belle Époque will provide.
"Charming and pleasant"
I recently stayed at La Belle Époque Bed & Breakfast. It was a very charming and pleasant stay and I highly recommend it to anyone visiting Napa. The breakfasts were delicious and the room was very cozy- there are extra pillows in the closet. The inn is also located about two blocks from the downtown area so it was very convenient to walk over for dinner- especially since parking is very limited. I was very pleased with my stay!
"A Wonderful Place to Stay"
09/21/14 PeterH001 Northbrook
The rooms are very well appointed, the breakfasts are delicious and the location is ideal. Stayed there 5 nights and enjoyed it very much. The fruit that was served was fantastic, the main courses were very good too. The staff was helpful and made sure that our stay was wonderful. Ask a question and they will answer.
09/21/14 Les S Northbrook, Illinois, United States
After reading some of the reviews after Jas had to leave, we were very nervous. But our expectations were exceeded. Jocelyn and Trella were both very nice, helpful, friendly, etc. We were pretty booked, but they did recommend one winery we went to, which was great. Our room (Cabernet) on the second floor was very hot, and they immediately moved us and our friends to rooms in another building across the street. The rooms were lovely, the breakfasts were very good. We would definitely stay there again.
09/18/14 Googoo42 Quincy, Massachusetts
Just returned from a 4 night stay at this B&B. Stayed in suite CAROLINE.. The place is spotless, serves a lovely breakfast and the Innkeeper Jocelyn and her assistant Trilla were so helpful and attentive. We were greeted warmly and they responded to all requests for help in recommending restaurants , wine tours etc. We just loved them and the Inn. Would highly recommend this place.
"A very nice B&B!!"
09/16/14 bradogreen Houston
Really enjoyed our stay here. It's walking distance to downtown Napa and the breakfast was really great. On Saturday evenings they have a winre tasting in their wine cellar. We had to check out early and they even made us a to-go bag to take to the airport since we couldn't make breakfast.
09/16/14 Cindy C Midland, Texas
Our stay was absolutely Amazing! The staff was great, especially Jocelyn! She was very educated on the area and directed us to the finest dining, the best wine tours, and was very hospitable. She catered to our every need as well as the other guest staying at the time. They served wine in the evening with cheese and crackers and mingled with us and got to know each of us and where we were from, and it made our stay more personable. I cannot leave out how fantastic the food was!! Each morning they served a breakfast of fresh fruit sliced and placed at each setting with designs on your plate, followed by a hot breakfast and not with ordinary basics, but that of crepes, French toast, and assortments of meat. The rooms are clean, cozy and romantic with their individual bathrooms and fireplaces. I would highly recommend you stay, as we will certainly be going back! I wish there were more places like this that cared so well for their guest. Thank you again Jocelyn, for such great memories for my fiancé and myself!
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