Napa Valley Blends Natural Beauty, Wine and Art - Harvest Inn Celebrates Arts in April with New Package

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Art and wine connoisseurs and collectors find inspiration in Napa Valley with Harvest Inn’s new Arts in April Package celebrating the natural connection between art and wine. Arts in April showcases the incredible wines and art programming in the Valley’s wineries through existing collections and artists in residence programs.

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Wonderful Napa Valley accommodations for Arts in April

Arts in April is a wonderful way to see and taste some of the finest art and wine in the world.

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Art and wine connoisseurs and collectors will find inspiration in the heart of Napa Valley with Harvest Inn’s Arts in April Package. Spring time in Napa Valley reflects the painter’s palette with pink and white blossoms blooming on trees and yellow flowers carpeting the Valley floor, evoking a natural connection to art and wine that is celebrated as Arts in April.

Showcasing The Napa Valley Collection™, the incredible art programming in the Valley’s wineries through existing collections and artists in residence programs, Arts in April is a beautiful display of collected works creatively curated with the art of winemaking.

With its eight acres of gardens, backyard of budding grapevines and views of the sunset over the Mayacamas Mountains, Harvest Inn welcomes guests to the painterly scene. The Inn’s Arts in April Package, available until April 30, 2012, includes a luxurious King guest room with fireplace, complimentary bottle of Cabernet, a commemorative print of the Napa Valley and Passport for two. Passport offers six unique wine experiences, tours and tastings at vineyards and tasting rooms all within walking distance to the Inn. Enjoy a spring stroll and explore art and wines from Merryvale, Long Meadow Ranch, Clif Family, Tamber Bey and more.

Harvest Inn’s Arts in April Package starts at $319, per night, not including taxes. Reservations: toll-free at 1-800-950-8466 or at

The Arts in April Package also includes:

  •     Personal concierge assistance in planning your itinerary and activities
  •     Complimentary wine country breakfast each morning
  •     Complimentary wine and cheese tasting on Friday and Saturday evenings in the Inn’s Great Room
  •     Access to the Fitness Center and swimming pools
  •     On-site parking
  •     Internet access

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About the Harvest Inn
The Harvest Inn is a world-renowned AAA Four Diamond country-style estate located in St. Helena, surrounded by premium wineries and extraordinary dining. Charming brick and wood cottages, guest rooms and suites are spread over eight acres of gorgeously landscaped gardens, making the Inn an ideal setting for a well-deserved, relaxing vacation getaway or intimate honeymoon. The Inn also features two heated swimming pools, well-equipped Fitness Center and massage treatment rooms tucked into the gardens and Redwoods.
All accommodations include breakfast daily, a wealth of amenities including aromatherapy personal care items, large flat screen televisions with DVD players, refrigerator with complimentary waters and juices and coffee/tea maker, high-speed Internet access and more. Most include fireplaces. With stunning vineyard views and the Mayacamas Mountains just beyond, guests long to linger in the warm atmosphere with hand-crafted fireplaces, intricate woodwork and country estate ambience.
The Main Lodge features a welcoming lobby with singular 20-foot ceilings and custom carved woodwork throughout. Just beyond the lobby is the Inn’s spacious Great Room where guests enjoy fireside wine tastings beside the massive cobblestone hearth. The cozy wine bar is open daily until 11p.m. offering fine samples of local vintages, as well as tranquil views, handsome leather sofas, a grand piano and backgammon tables. Complimentary guided wine and cheese tastings from local producers are offered on Friday and Saturday nights in The Great Room.

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