Napa Valley Weddings

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Silverado Resort and Spa

Silverado Resort and Spa

1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa CA 94558

Silverado Resort and Spa showcases the romance and natural splendor of Wine Country. With captivating venues, farm-to-table catering, and idyllic settings, we provide personalized attention for your wedding planning.

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    Banquet and Reception Hall, Country Club, Hotel and Resorts, Mansion/Historic Site, Dedicated Event Space
Markham Vineyards

Markham Vineyards

2812 Saint Helena Highway, St. Helena CA 94574

Markham Vineyards is the perfect backdrop for your private event, offering single-estate and limited-production wines in a setting of original artwork and a historic stone cellar.

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    Banquet and Reception Hall, Mansion/Historic Site, Dedicated Event Space, Winery
The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone

The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone

2555 Main Street, St. Helena CA 94574

Let The Culinary Institute of America help you have the wedding or special event of your dreams. Your guests will enjoy elegant, sumptuous cuisine and attentive service, and you can relax, knowing that your special event is in the expert hands of the CIA.

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    Banquet and Reception Hall, Mansion/Historic Site, Winery
Brannan Cottage Inn

Brannan Cottage Inn

109 Wappo Avenue, Calistoga CA 94515

This 6 room Victorian is a uniquely historic venue for intimate destination weddings, private events & retreats. Built in 1860, the newly reimagined Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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    Hotel and Resorts, Mansion/Historic Site
Churchill Manor

Churchill Manor

485 Brown Street, Napa CA 94559

The perfect location for intimate elopements, gourmet sit-down dinners, or grand buffet affairs. Offering an exclusive setting, overnight accommodations, excellent in-house cuisine, and expert coordination.

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    Hotel and Resorts, Mansion/Historic Site