The George is one of the most successfully executed examples of late nineteenth century residential architecture, and as such, is part of the National Register of Historic Places and Subsequent National Parks Service Evaluation. The property was originally commissioned in 1891 by George E. Goodman Jr., who was the son of one of Napa’s most prominent businessmen, George Goodman Sr.
Known as the handsomest house in town, this famous residence has been re-imagined into a 9-room luxury boutique inn that captures a new balance of contemporary elegance with a stylish grandeur for the 21st century. Our knowledgeable hosts and concierge are available to you during the day. Guests can easily self-check-in and access rooms with our secure keyless door systems. A full breakfast is provided on weekends.
Between our refined guest rooms and hospitality style, our guests experience the Greek value of “philoxenia”, which literally translates to “friend of stranger.” It is ultimately the sense of responsibility for making the other person feel at home through generosity and courtesy; which is our main virtue at The George. This in combination with our high quality amenities, premier location, design, and history makes our environment perfect for all types of travelers.