The start of Autumn brings Napa Valley’s favorite times of year – Cabernet Season – bringing tasty, star studded festivals to Napa Valley. And Harvest Inn is at the heart of all the fun!
St. Helena, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
The start of Autumn begins Napa Valley’s favorite time of year – Cabernet Season – bringing tasty, star studded festivals to Napa Valley. And Ha rvest Inn is at the heart of all the fun!
November 7-11, 2012 - The star studded Napa Valley Film Festival (NVFF) returns! Applaud the movies with Harvest Inn’s special rates that include access to discounted NVFF tickets.
Harvest Inn is centrally located to the five-day festival’s screening venues, including St. Helena’s Cameo Cinema, the U.S.’s oldest single screen theatre. Movie lovers and food and wine aficionados alike can star on location during the "extended weekend" highlighting the best new independent films, studio sneak previews, and conversations with actors, directors, producers and writers at venues throughout the Valley. NVFF promises memorable parties; don’t miss the fun! Tickets are now on sale at http://www.napavalleyfilmfest.org; festival schedule will be announced October 1, 2012.
All accommodations include:
•Napa Style breakfast daily, served in the Wine Country breakfast each day
•A welcome bottle of local wine and bottled water
•Personal concierge assistance in planning itineraries and activities
•Complimentary wine and cheese tasting on Friday and Saturday evenings in the Great Room
•Access to the Fitness Room and swimming pools
•Nightly turn down service
November 14-18, 2012 - Flavor! Napa Valley returns with an impressive "who’s who" of Napa Valley-based celebrity chefs, restaurants, vintners, sommeliers and artisan food producers headlining this year’s festival. Even better, the festival’s net proceeds support student programs and scholarships at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) at Greystone Campus in St. Helena, a short drive from Harvest Inn.
Harvest Inn’s Savor! Napa Valley package puts festival-goers just minutes from the four-day event’s CIA festival headquarters and with easy access to other festival venues throughout Napa Valley. The two-night package includes romantic, newly renovated accommodations, most with a fireplace; daily Napa-style breakfast, a basket filled with wine country treats including a bottle of local wine, a cookbook from the Inn’s vast selection, wine tasting for two at two wineries and more.
The Valley-wide festival opens with a tribute dinner to Larry Forgione, a chef often referred to as the “godfather of American cuisine.” Superstars of the food and wine world such as Thomas Keller, Andy Beckstoffer, Christopher Kostow, Cindy Pawlcyn, Ken Frank, Jeffrey Jake, Masaharu Morimoto and many more lead classes, tastings and seminars. Truly a delicious celebration of Napa Valley’s bounty! For tickets, please visit Flavor! Napa Valley.
About Harvest Inn, Napa Valley’s Hidden Gem
Newly renovated Harvest Inn is a hidden gem in Napa Valley. This world-renowned AAA Four Diamond country-style estate is 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 pet-friendly Inn also features two heated swimming pools, well-equipped Fitness Room 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, plush robes, 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.