Best Airbnbs in Napa
Tucked behind a restored farmhouse, this quaint 600-square-foot cottage backs up to a vine-covered patio. Exposed beams, rusted farm equipment and whitewashed furniture give it a vintage country vibe. Guests are welcome to enjoy the daily continental breakfast of yogurt, granola, bagels and pastries or fry their own eggs from the backyard chickens, but can’t cook any meat or fish in this vegetarian household. From $170 per night
Up to 14 people can sleep in this massive multi-level property, thanks to the enormous living space and adjoining bungalow. The floor-to-ceiling windows and four decks offer sweeping views of the Napa Valley, while the interiors show off beautifully sculpted mid-century California cool decor. From $1,181 per night
Built in 1890, this historic country villa on a 9-acre estate is truly dazzling. A dramatic white stucco fireplace, dark wood beams, a cobalt blue kitchen and plenty of natural light make the interiors look like something out of a glossy magazine. Outside, a sprawling patio, cobblestone path and modern pool are complemented by views of the nearby mountains. Plus, there’s a nineteenth century wine cave built into a hill. Does it get any cooler than that? From $1,200 per night
These colorful free standing condos in the RiverPointe Napa Valley resort back up to the Napa River, which vacationers can stroll on a peaceful walking trail. The apartments themselves are a bit bland—pops of color add some flavor to the otherwise humdrum decor—but come with access to the community’s pool, hot tub, gym, game room and outdoor patio. From $149 per night
You’ll feel oh so genteel as you open the door of this charming four-bedroom Victorian. In true period style, the rooms are well-appointed with chintz wallpaper, ornate furniture and crown molding. When you check in, the owner will greet you with a plate of freshly baked peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. And if that’s not enough pampering, you can request a three-course gourmet breakfast for an additional fee. From $1,200 per night
What could be more fitting for a Napa Valley getaway than staying at a home with an backyard vineyard? The private courtyard sitting right next to the grapes might just be the ideal place to enjoy a bottle. Inside, Victorian furnishings, 1920s art prints and 12-foot ceilings create an old-fashioned ambiance. From $595 per night
Go glamping right off Main Street in this exceptionally cozy Airstream. The 31-foot trailer outfitted with a full bed, loveseat, kitchenette and bathroom would be an ideal choice for a couple. Charming and a little bit funky, this Airbnb is unlike anything else you’ll find in town. From $160 per night
This whitewashed cottage with a white picket fence channels classic Americana on the outside, but glam luxury on the inside. Modern light fixtures, detailed wainscoting, a cushy sectional and spacious bathroom complete with a soaking tub marry style and comfort beautifully. And since it’s just a few blocks away from downtown Napa, you’re perfectly positioned for a trip full of exploring. From $302 per night
Sleek and modern, this two-bedroom home would be a lovely home away from home for two couples. Whip up a nice breakfast in the eat in kitchen, or have a late-night soak in the hot tub on the backyard deck. The owners also welcome well-behaved dogs, if you can’t bear to leave Fido at home. From $188 per night
Planning a girls’ weekend, bachelor or bachelorette party? This eclectic bungalow decked out in zebra and cheetah print might be the ultimate crash pad. Fairy lights illuminate the gazebo, fire pit, hot tub and open-air shower for outdoor evenings, while the spacious home can sleep up to 16 guests. From $895 per night
Fun fact: This is the adjoining bungalow from the multi-level mansion listed above. If you’re traveling with a much smaller group, it’s an ideal choice. The first level is all about intricate woodwork and valley views, while a wrought-iron spiral staircase connects it to the second floor sleeping loft. From $493 per night
Burnt orange sofas, a graphic rug and modern art give this two-bedroom apartment plenty of personality. With a galley kitchen, two bathrooms and two spacious bedrooms, this Airbnb offers plenty of room for a group of friends or small family to spread out. From $342 per night
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