Avoid the usual hosting, cleaning and all of the cooking associated with Thanksgiving; instead, spoil yourself this year. Napa Valley is the perfect escape for the holidays and there are plenty of things to do and sights to see that will make you forget the hustle and bustle of the holidays.
While most wineries are closed on Thanksgiving Day (which is November 26th this year), you still have plenty of options to enjoy your time, including:
- Napa Valley Wine Train – The wine train is always moving and on Thanksgiving that will not change. Depart on a Thanksgiving lunch or dinner and enjoy traditional Thanksgiving foods, wine and the unmatched beauty of wine country in the fall.
- Auberge du Soleil – Dine on an elegant four-course Thanksgiving feast that can include pumpkin soup, oysters, croissant pudding and of course, turkey.
- eToile Restaurant at Domaine Chandon – As one of the few wineries open on Thanksgiving, here you will find a classy, cozy dinner in a place that is ideal for holiday photo opportunities.
- Annual Festival of Lights in Yountville – This event happens after Thanksgiving and is meant to kick off the holiday season. There will be food, lights, entertainment, carriage rides and of course, Santa.
Enjoy a Package Deal and Downtown Stay
Napa Valley Hotel and Suites offers a Thanksgiving Napa hotel package for two that is perfect for those who want to get away from all the organizing and work of the holidays. This package features a deluxe room with Jacuzzi, king bed and free dinner for two—all for one fabulous rate.
Book your Napa Thanksgiving stay with Napa Valley Hotel and Suites. Give us a call at 707-226-1871.