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Calistoga/Rutherford/Yountville) B&B walking distance to 'village'.

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My husband and I are planning a mid week trip (Tues - Thurs Sept 27 - 29) to the wine country. We are looking for a boutique hotel or B&B that is within walking distance to a town center. Also, we are flexible about where to stay...Rutherford, Healdsburg, Calistoga, etc.

I think the most important to us is being able to walk to breakfast/dinner from where we are staying, and also to have some good options/choices for dinner. We love good food. Is there a better 'town' for what we are looking for? I've read that Calistoga is very cute and charming...so that is why I am searching there.

Anyone have any thoughts and/or recommendations for us? (we've been to the wine country previously, tasted in Napa, Sonoma and Healdsburg. Stayed in Sonoma. Now we'd like to get off the beaten path a bit.)

I am looking at this little place: Chien Blanc Bungalows http://www.napavacationhomes.com/chien_blanc_bungalows.html

The Wine Way Inn has two rooms available that are only $150 pn except that the beds are doubles...it's tough enough to get DH to sleep in a queen when he is used to our California King! So he said NO to staying at the Wine Way Inn. :( The Wine Way Inn said they'd gladly wait list us for a queen size bed if they have a cancelation but DH doesn't want to take the chance that he has to sleep in a double.

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.

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