Slip away and “sip away” in Napa Valley’s historic landmark, boutique hotel that is an artful blend of modern elegance and warm hospitality. 

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Wellness

  • Non-Smoking Hotel

    Non-Smoking Hotel

  • Free Healthy Breakfast

    Free Healthy Breakfast

  • In-room Healthy Snacks

    In-room Healthy Snacks

  • Smoothie/ Juice Bar

    Smoothie/ Juice Bar

  • Hiking Trails

    Hiking Trails

  • Running Paths

    Running Paths

  • Organic Food Options

    Organic Food Options

  • Gluten-Free Food Options

    Gluten-Free Food Options

  • Rental Bikes

    Rental Bikes

  • Hypoallergenic Bedding

    Hypoallergenic Bedding

  • Vegan Food Options

    Vegan Food Options

Green

  • Water Efficient Fixtures

  • A\C Energy Saver

  • Towel Program

  • Heater Efficiency

  • Recycle Program

  • LED Lighting

  • Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

  • Responsibly Managed Forests

  • Garden Lounge

  • Room Temperature Control

  • Green Sustainability Team

  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

  • Composting

  • Water Bottle Program

  • Sustainable Supply Chain

Community Impact

  • New Jobs Created

  • Donates Back

  • Community Charity

  • Local Farmers Program





Certifications

  • LEED Silver Certified
  • AAA Diamond Award


ABOUT

The Setting

History buffs and wine enthusiasts, prepare to strike gold. That being the charming Brannan Cottage Inn nestled in the northern neck of Napa Valley in the historic town of Calistoga. So historic in fact, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Calistoga a “Distinctive Destination.” Recognized as one of an elite group of American communities dedicated to preserving its town’s character and sense of place. Originally built in 1860 by Calistoga founder Samuel Brannan (hence, the name), this historic inn is still located at its original location and listed with the National Register of Historic Places. But, everything about this intimate, six room boutique caters to modern nomads and Kind Travelers, including a LEED Silver Certification and a spot on TripAdvisors’s Hall of Fame. Steps away, Calistoga’s cozy downtown is teeming with fine art galleries featuring painting, sculpture, photography, modern art, decorative arts and pottery not to mention spectacular dining and imbibing. And should your itinerary aim for more indulgent “to do’s,” you’ll enjoy a town known for relaxing hot springs, mud baths and sooooo much good wine. 

Sleep and Sanctuary

Each room at Brannan Cottage Inn offers guests a unique and enchanting home away from home. Find personal service and touches to authenticate the cozy historic feel of the property. Choose between six gorgeous reimagined pet-welcoming rooms, from Cottage Kings, updated Cottage King ADA rooms, to more spacious Fireplace Loft King Rooms. This 1862 landmark is updated with modern comforts like ensuite private bathrooms with heated floors, cozy pillow-top king beds, high-quality linens and eco-friendly toiletries, individually controlled AC/heat, rain showers, in-room illy espresso machines, a refrigerator, Bluetooth speaker with wireless phone charging dock, convenient in-wall USB charging ports, and free Wi-Fi, all to deliver you the ultimate in comfort and convenience.

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Amenities

  • Public Transportation

  • Complimentary Breakfast

  • Complimentary Parking

  • Air Conditioning

  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea

  • Ipod Dock

  • Laundry Facility

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Fire Pits on Property

  • Pet Friendly

  • Mini Fridge

  • Sundries

  • Bath Robes

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Minibar

  • Hotel Mobile App

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Handicap Accessible


IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Kind Eats and Drinks
  • The wood-fired foods at Fleetwood are inspired by Napa’s local farmer’s bounty and small-batch wines
  • Head to Brannan Cottage partner, Solbar for the best of Napa’s seasonal ingredients in a beautiful setting
  • The Charter Oak is centered on a celebratory, family-style dining experience, with simple, approachable, and seasonal food
Conscious Culture
  • Explore the connections between Napa Valley’s environment, culture, history and creative expression at the Napa Valley Museum
  • Calistoga’s first-class history museum Sharpsteen Museum is a must, especially for first timers to town
  • Go on an inspiring adventure to the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, then follow in his Napa footsteps
Mindful Adventures
Do Good for the Day
Be Kind to Yourself
109 WAPPO AVENUE, CALISTOGA, CA

HOW TO GET THERE 

By Plane

19 miles from Charles M. Schultz-Sonoma County Airport (STS) (Taxi approx: $65) 

77 miles from Oakland Airport (OAK) 

85.9 miles from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) 

90 miles from Sacramento International Airport (SMF) 

By Train/Bus/Metro
  • From OAK take the Airport Express bus to San Rafael Transit Center ($31-$35), transfer to purple SMART train to Sonoma County Airport Station, and take a taxi for the remaining 19 miles. Total ($101-$122). Cheaper alternative from OAK, take the BEIGE-N subway line every 10 min ($7) to Coliseum, take Orange-N to El Cerrito del Norte. Transfer at El Cerrito BART station to 29 bus to Redwood Park n Ride, then take 10 bus to Highway 29 at Fairway, walk 3 m to the hotel. Total time roughly 5 hours, ($11-$16). 
  • From SFO, take the RED-N ($10-$13) to El Cerrito Del Norte, transfer to 29 bus to Redwood Park n Ride, take 10 bus to Highway 29 at Fairway, walk the remaining 3 min. Total time 5 hours ($11-$16) 
  • From SMF Terminal A, take 42A bus to J St. & 4th St, change at Sacramento Station to Capitol Corridor train ($23-$35) to Suisun-Fairfield. Transfer at Suisun to 21 bus running every 3 hours to Soscol Gateway Transit Ctr, take 10 bus to Highway 29 at Fairway, walk the remaining 3 min. Total time roughly 6 hours, ($25-$37). 
  • Amtrak San Joaquins offers a comfortable and convenient way to travel to Napa Valley from the Bay Area and Central Valley. To get to Napa Valley, travelers can take the Amtrak San Joaquins train to the Martinez station and transfer onto Amtrak Thruway Bus Route 7. Three stops later, travelers arrive at the Soscol Gateway Transit Center in Napa, located next to downtown. 
  • The Vine is the fixed-route bus system in the County of Napa. All buses are wheelchair accessible. There are daily routes that run the length of the Valley, throughout the city of Napa, and extend to the Vallejo Ferry terminal. Weekday routes include access to El Cerrito Del Norte BART and the Suisun City Train Depot.
  • Napa Valley Airport offers shuttle service between Calistoga and Sonoma, San Francisco, Oakland, and Sacramento airports
By Automobile
  • Calistoga is at the intersection of California state highways 29 and 128. Guest Parking is FREE and located on 1226 Stevenson Street, Calistoga behind the Cottage. 
  • From US 101, take Highway 128 east from Geyserville to Highway 29; turn left and follow the signs to downtown.
  • From US 80, take Highway 29 west from just north of the Carquinez Bridge to downtown.
  • From US 505, take 128 west from Winters to Highway 29; turn right and follow the signs to downtown.
  • Continue on Highway 29 (Lincoln Avenue) through downtown and make a diagonal left turn onto Wappo Avenue. The Brannan Cottage Inn is on your left at 109. 
  • If you drive to Napa, leaving your car parked and taking advantage of bicycle tours, transit, and walking, makes a difference. Every car trip you eliminate helps improve the experience of visiting the Napa Valley – now and in the future. Transportation is responsible for nearly 40% of California's greenhouse gas emissions – and in the Napa Valley, that pollution is bad for the grapes that make the delicious wine you came to enjoy!
  • In town, the Calistoga Shuttle is an on-demand transit service, free to all registered hotel guests.