Napa Valley Railway Inn

6523 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599

Hotels in Yountville

Stay in the middle of walkable Yountville at the Napa Valley Railway Inn.


Inspired by the natural beauty of the world famous Napa Valley, guest rooms at the Napa Valley Railroad Inn are all non-smoking and designed with you in mind. Surrounded with warm hues of gold and natural wood, the décor is relaxing- perfect to retreat to after a day of wine tasting at one of the 350 wineries located throughout the valley or a dinner out in Yountville.


Start your day off right on property at the Model Bakery. Offering specialty coffee drinks, fresh juice, nutritious smoothies and fresh baked pastries hotel guests do not have to leave the hotel to enjoy a great start to their day of exploring the wine country.


The location, rooms and 2 bedroom station House all enjoy a colorful history. Take a step back in time when you visit the hotel and imagine what the quaint town of Yountville looked like in the 1800’s.

The hotel is located on top of the original tracks of the Napa Valley Railroad Company. The railroad reached the Napa Valley towns of Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga in 1868. The first brick railroad station was built where the Platform 8 restaurant is now located just steps north of the hotel. Purchased in 1869, The The Napa Valley Railroad Company itself became part of the California Pacific Railroad Company.

The railcars themselves that make up the Napa Valley Railway Inn each has its own history of traveling throughout the west on many different rail lines. It was 40 years ago that the eight railcars that make up the hotel were all brought to rest on the original tracks of the Napa Valley Railroad Company in Yountville. Shortly thereafter in 1981 the Napa Valley Railway Inn opened its doors for travelers who wanted to enjoy wine tasting in the growing Napa Valley region.

Each of the railcars has its own unique history. Car #2 and #8 were originally a caboose. Cars #3,5,6,7 and 9 were each an ice box car and Car #4 was built to move cattle throughout the west. If only they could talk and share their stories of life on the rails traveling through the western U.S.

Today you will find each car comfortably appointed to meet the needs of today’s travelers. So take a step back in time and relax in the heart of Yountville in some of the most unique hotel rooms in the Napa Valley.

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