Northern California Wine Country Inns are open for business

SACRAMENTO, CALIF. – Despite a radio images of fires distracted opposite swaths of California’s booze nation and a reports of inauspicious damage, a immeasurable infancy of a region’s booze and tourism attention transient unscathed. But they’re pang now that a fume has cleared.

“Many boutique hotels and bed and breakfast inns in a segment are receiving cancellations given travelers don’t comprehend that they are open for business,” pronounced Jenn Iliff, Program Manager for a California Association of Boutique and Breakfast Inns (CABBI).

Of a 46 CABBI-member inns in Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties, nothing were shop-worn by a fires and all though one are open for business. The one motel that stays sealed – Kenwood Inn Spa – expects to re-open shortly.

The Beazley House Bed Breakfast Inn in Napa has been hosting guest and PGE workers but stop given fires began usually over dual weeks ago.  Owner Jim Beazley pronounced a City of Napa was never evacuated; nor did anyone in a city remove phones, energy or services.

Beazley and his mother Carol toured Napa Valley from Napa to Calistoga this week along a dual a vital booze tasting routes: Highway 29 and Silverado Trail. Though some glow repairs is manifest along Silverado Trail, Beazley pronounced that nothing of a many famous wineries along Highway 29 were damaged. “Of a 450-plus wineries in Napa Valley, usually 7 wineries were exceedingly shop-worn or lost,” said Beazley. “Over 99% of Napa’s wineries sojourn open.”

It’s a identical story in Sonoma County, where Farmhouse Inn owners Joe Bartolomei said that of a hundreds of wineries in a region, usually a handful were shop-worn or destroyed. 

Bartolomei has been fielding reservation calls from guest who wanted to cancel given they suspicion a motel had burnt down or wanted to postpone given they were worried visiting while a segment is recovering. Bartolomei tells them, “The best thing we can do right now is come and support a tourism businesses.”

CABBI has set adult discerning links on the website for visitors to hunt for inns in Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.

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