All you hear are crickets and birds on this secluded one and a half acres, just minutes away from Highway 29. A serene setting of shady trees and a trickling creek creates the perfect ambiance for a relaxing stay. Walking the lovely gardens and grounds will heighten your senses.
My room had a nice Jacuzzi tub with a big fireplace and an HD flat screen TV. There is also a secluded patio with a table and chairs. It had loads of nice amenities, reminding me of all the comforts of home.
They have received some great awards: Awards: “Best B & B Inn for Catering to Traveler’s Needs” Bed & Breakfast Journal, 2. “Best Honeymoon/ Anniversary” Inn Traveler, 3. “Best Breakfast in the Southwest” Inn Traveler.
The Stahlecker House bed and breakfast inn was built in the late 1940’s on the grounds of an existing apple orchard. The first building constructed was a family run bakery noted for their fine birthday, wedding, and fruit cakes. The home was constructed for the baker and his family. A three story barn/workshop was later built on the property.
Today, Stahlecker House Bed & Breakfast is a beautifully decorated Inn belonging to vintage race car driver and pilot Ron and local artist and wife Ethel Stahlecker. Ron is so accommodating, he has been doing this for a long time. His wife Elaine will greet you at breakfast and she is an added treasure.
Talking to Ron is a real pleasure, he has some much knowledge about the history of Napa and the Bay Area in general. He can tell you so much about everything. Part historian, part world traveler, if there’s anything you need to know talk to Ron.
This is just a down home BNB with the utmost integrity. You really feel like you are in someone’s home, I highly recommend this place!
1045 Easum Dr.