Nala’s Yountville Condo is a single level, two-bedroom/two-bath vacation rental in the heart of wine country
Rental permit number: TOYC22049
Minimum 30 nights stay per the town of Yountville.
With 1,154 SF, the unit feels like a large suite or a guest wing within walking distance of some of the best restaurants in California. The coded locks mean you won’t even have to carry a key when you go out to eat.
The French Laundry – 10 minutes
Bouchon Bistro – 11 minutes
Ad Hoc – 13 minutes
Bistro Jeanty – 11 minutes
Bottega Napa Valley – 12 minutes
If you’re willing to get into a car, you’re minutes away from wineries and more great places to eat.
Oakville Grocery – 7 minutes
Frog’s Leap Winery – 13 minutes
Oxbow Public Market – 18 minutes
The living area is all on one level with an easy, open layout. The kitchen has a Thermador gas range, a space-age dishwasher, and a Nespresso machine. There is plenty of cabinet space and a huge table for spreading out. The living room is simple with a gas fireplace, basic cable, and Netflix. It’s a great setup for couples.
The master has an en-suite bath, a walk-in closet, and a CA king bed. The second (full) bath is off the kitchen, close to the second bedroom. The second bedroom has a king bed and a reach-in closet with large, mirrored sliding doors. Both beds have seasonal, hypoallergenic blankets and pillows (duvets for winter, lightweight cotton quilts for warmer months). The linens are white cotton percale. The towels are thick white cotton.
You’ll find extra bath towels in the linen closet in the hallway, along with a few towels for use at the pool and/or spa located in the complex. The pool is closed during the winter, but the spa is open year-round. There is a hairdryer and a very basic first aid kit in a hallway drawer. There are also a few puzzles. There is a fire extinguisher in the kitchen. The unit is equipped with 200 Mbps wireless internet.
The attached garage is big enough for an average-sized SUV and has a new washer and a new dryer. You are welcome to park in the garage, the driveway, or on the street. The washer has a “deep fill” setting and the dryer is gas. It’s like doing laundry in the 80s.
You won’t find a lot of knick knacks. You will find a charging station with enough plugs for all your tech gear, a bottle of wine, and some coffee pods for the Nespresso machine. If you’re an early riser, you may see hot air balloons go up with the sun from the back patio. You may even meet Nala (the neighbor’s cat).