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  • Writer's pictureJessie Ladipo

Sexiest Honeymoon Resorts in Napa

Northern California's grape-growing region is one of the premier spots in the world for wine creation. Napa has become one of the Continental USA's top honeymoon destinations thanks to its stunning and unique scenery, variety of activities, lovely small towns, phenomenal dining choices, high-class winemaking facilities, and elite hotels. For grapes, dining, and outdoor lovers, Northern California's wine region is an ideal place to unwind after your wedding. Here are the sexiest honeymoon resorts in Napa.

Located in Sonoma-Napa wine country, the Farmhouse Inn is one of the world's most well-respected resorts. The boutique luxury hotel combines the outdoors and indoors with two-sided gas fireplaces, private patios, open-air corridors, and plenty of shared outdoor spaces. In addition to the spacious suites, the Inn possesses a 3,000-square-foot spa and Michelin-starred restaurant. The restaurant offers enchanting cuisine that features fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients.

Jessie's Resort Tip: Be sure to visit Farmhouse's winery partners – 25 wineries offer free VIP experiences. You can also gain insider experience during a day tour with one of the hotel's sommeliers.

Nestled away in adorable St. Helena, Meadowood is a 250-acre estate complete with a Michelin-starred restaurant, hiking trails, croquet fields, and cottages. You will not want to miss the daily wine tasting; each features the best vintages from nearby wineries.

Jessie's Resort Tip: Be sure to spend some quality time in the Treehouse Retreat at the spa; its fantastic copper tub for two offers tons of romantic one-on-one time.

The centerpiece of Las Alcobas is the well-known Acacia House, a 1905 residence that has transformed into an upscale hotel and restaurant. The three-acre property fronts the neighboring Beringer Winery vines. The suites are light and airy, and they surround the pool and full-service spa. However, the most fantastic amenity is the location, just a stone's throw from the restaurants, tasting rooms, wineries, and downtown St. Helena shops.

When wine country beckons to me, I head to my favorite resort in Napa, Carneros Resort & Spa. This uniquely styled resort has 94 individual guest cottages and three full-service restaurants, two swimming pools, and a top-rated spa. The cabins themselves are heavenly, with intimate fireplaces, expansive patios with teak furnishings, and private outdoor spaces. A quiet afternoon at the spa, surrounded by rolling vineyards, will leave you feeling rejuvenated. Then, cap off an unforgettable day with dinner at FARM, which is Carneros' incredible restaurant.

Jessie's Resort Tip: Enjoy a personalized picnic from MARKET and explore the wine country on complimentary bicycles.

There's much to love at Hotel Villagio at The Estate at Yountville with its enviable location in Napa, celebrated dining, and private hot-air balloon. The 22 suites are secret escapes, with wood-burning fireplaces, freestanding bathtubs, and French doors leading to sun-soaked patios overlooking the gorgeous valley. The spa offers rituals and full-body treatments intended to deepen the pampering experience.

With a delightful blend of rustic elegance and a cosmopolitan vibe, Vintage House welcomes guests like old friends. Spend lazy afternoons soaking up the sun near the pool—cozy up in one of the 80 lofts and bungalows. Sip the valley's finest wines in the sunlit Great Room. Its oversize windows and comfy sofas make the breathtaking space feel like home.

Jessie's Resort Tip: Create an intimate experience by enjoying the Caviar & Champagne Tasting Experience on your private balcony.

Calistoga Ranch, Auberge Resorts Collection

Snuggled in Upper Napa Valley on a stunning 157-acre lies the celebrated Calistoga Ranch. Submerge yourself in the natural beauty surrounding in one of 50 lodges, which have cedar exteriors, expansive windows, spacious indoor/outdoor living spaces, fireplaces, decks, and secluded outdoor showers. The cuisine Lakehouse Restaurant pairs perfectly with the Napa Valley wines. The rejuvenating spa is a sanctuary surrounded by trees with pools of mineral-rich waters.

Bardessono offers a mindful approach to living a good life; it displays hospitality with lasting impressions of the original Bardessono farmstead. The hotel possesses Lucy Restaurant & Bar, which includes an on-site California Certified Organic Farming garden and a full-service spa. Private villas are havens for elite guests seeking more space and immersive cultural experiences.

Jessie's Resort Tip: Jump on a complimentary bicycle and explore Yountville's town, dubbed the "culinary capital of Napa Valley."

Discover Solage, a Forbes Five Star premier resort located on 22 acres and encircled by mountains and exceptional vineyards at the northern end of wine country. The small-town charm blends with urban sophistication in 89 eco-friendly studio suites. The hotel is home to Solbar, which offers healthy fare from its seasonally sourced menus. The spa provides a relaxing retreat, featuring five geothermal pools and a spacious fitness center.

To truly immerse yourself in all that California Wine Country has to offer, I recommend exploring the region for 7-10 days. Do you want a honeymoon filled with award-winning wine, hot air ballooning, hiking, shopping, or simply relaxing at a spa? If you answered yes, Northern Califonia's wine country is perfect for you. These are the sexiest honeymoon resorts in Napa.


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