Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Carneros Inn, Napa

Just got back from an offsite meeting that was held at the Carneros Inn in Napa, CA. Amazing setting... especially this view of the Napa Valley first thing in the morning. Each room is simple, small but well appointed individual cottage. The architecture is a well executed blend of agricultural and industrial... a clear reference to the less chic surroundings of Carneros as compared to central Napa. They don't promote it but much of the inn was built using prefab architecture.

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Katie said...

regarding the carneros inn, where was the prefab purchased? do you know the material the fences were made of and if this is easy to get around here?

Katie said...

opps. "around here" meaning new jersey.