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The Best Family-Friendly Hotels in Napa Valley

Napa Valley may be a wine-lovers Disneyland but it can also entertain parents and kids.

There was a time when wine country and kids didn’t mix. Parents in search of a weekend getaway had to line up grandparents to hold down the fort while they were away. But, in recent years, wine country has had a change of tune when it comes to welcoming traveling families. Kid-friendly wineries and restaurants abound. Sonoma County hotels offer everything from safaris to robots, and Napa County hotels aren’t too shabby either. Click through the above gallery for Napa County properties that make it great to be a kid (and parent).

 

 

 

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