Meadowood Napa Valley

900 Meadowood Ln, St Helena, CA 94574, USA

Meadowood Napa Valley was damaged in the Glass Fire of 2020. They are taking reservations for summer 2021 and beyond.

The renowned Meadowood Resort mixes the grandeur of a chalet with the amenities of a five-star resort—located in a private canyon within minutes of downtown St. Helena. The shaded, secluded property revolves around 99 rooms, most of which have high and exposed ceilings, private patios or balconies, wainscoted walls, and beds so comfortable you may never want to get up. Other amenities make Meadowood distinctive, too: Many rooms have heated bathroom floors; some also have deep soaking tubs. Elsewhere on the 250-acre property, all guests have access to the on-site spa, which was renovated in 2017; an on-site fitness center; hiking trails; tennis courts; and a daily wine reception. There’s even a croquet lawn—feel free to grab a mallet and hit some balls or sign up to take lessons with the Napa Valley’s only croquet pro. Of course the on-site restaurant, The Restaurant at Meadowood, is another big draw. More casual meals can be ordered from The Grill. Guests are entitled to a complimentary house car for transport into St. Helena or Yountville.

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Meadowood

In Napa, you want to be in the club. And if you’re in the club, you’re at Meadowood.
Set on 250 sprawling acres of picture-perfect wine-country land just off the Silverado Trail outside St. Helena, this country club and resort is where Napa’s big names hang out. Why? Well, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant certainly doesn’t hurt, especially when paired with its see-and-be-seen bar and seriously impressive wine list. Plus, the resort goes out of its way to cater to oenophiles both in and out of the industry, hosting tastings, events, and meetings. But, even beyond wine, it’s just one of the most exclusive and luxuriously well-equipped spots in the valley, from its golf course with club-style grill that’s popular for power lunches, to the two pools, one of which is family-friendly, just the way the locals like. Meadowood also boasts one of the largest and most distinctive spas in Napa. Each of the 85 rooms stands alone, for maximum privacy, and is designed in an understatedly luxurious way that offers every comfort while still putting the focus on the stunning scenery just outside the French doors.

Meadowood

In Napa, you want to be in the club. And if you’re in the club, you’re at Meadowood.
Set on 250 sprawling acres of picture-perfect wine-country land just off the Silverado Trail outside St. Helena, this country club and resort is where Napa’s big names hang out. Why? Well, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant certainly doesn’t hurt, especially when paired with its see-and-be-seen bar and seriously impressive wine list. Plus, the resort goes out of its way to cater to oenophiles both in and out of the industry, hosting tastings, events, and meetings. But, even beyond wine, it’s just one of the most exclusive and luxuriously well-equipped spots in the valley, from its golf course with club-style grill that’s popular for power lunches, to the two pools, one of which is family-friendly, just the way the locals like. Meadowood also boasts one of the largest and most distinctive spas in Napa. Each of the 85 rooms stands alone, for maximum privacy, and is designed in an understatedly luxurious way that offers every comfort while still putting the focus on the stunning scenery just outside the French doors.

Meadowood

In Napa, you want to be in the club. And if you’re in the club, you’re at Meadowood.
Set on 250 sprawling acres of picture-perfect wine-country land just off the Silverado Trail outside St. Helena, this country club and resort is where Napa’s big names hang out. Why? Well, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant certainly doesn’t hurt, especially when paired with its see-and-be-seen bar and seriously impressive wine list. Plus, the resort goes out of its way to cater to oenophiles both in and out of the industry, hosting tastings, events, and meetings. But, even beyond wine, it’s just one of the most exclusive and luxuriously well-equipped spots in the valley, from its golf course with club-style grill that’s popular for power lunches, to the two pools, one of which is family-friendly, just the way the locals like. Meadowood also boasts one of the largest and most distinctive spas in Napa. Each of the 85 rooms stands alone, for maximum privacy, and is designed in an understatedly luxurious way that offers every comfort while still putting the focus on the stunning scenery just outside the French doors.

Napa Valley Restaurant Month

For the entire month of January — or what some cutely refer to as ‘Cabernet Season,’ Napa Valley restaurants become ever so slightly more approachable. During the Valley-wide restaurant month, over two dozen of the region’s restaurants — from high end, fine-dining establishments like Meadowood, SolBar and Auburge to the more casual likes of Cindy’s and Carpe Diem. Price fix menus range in price and offerings, from a taco and tequila flight at St. Helena’s La Condesa to a multi-course French affair (with wine pairings) at Napa’s La Toque.

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