Four Seasons Resort and Residences offers a five-star resort experience in a pristine bucolic setting. Every structure here is masterfully built in a farmhouse-style architecture and is surrounded by heritage oak trees, mature olive trees and the Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard. Additional landscaping elements include pools and water features, terraces, event lawns, courtyards and walking trails that meander through the community. Four Seasons Resort and Residences is committed to sustainable building and assuring its residents and guests an experience that’s both enjoyable and environmentally responsible, and as part of these efforts, we are preserving the heritage oak trees on the property today.
In addition to hosting weddings, meetings and special events throughout the year, the Resort will be a key venue for the Festival Napa Valley and the Napa Valley Film Festival and will serve as the northern terminus of the forthcoming Vine Trail, a multi-use hiking, biking and jogging path connecting Napa Valley’s most celebrated towns.
Calistoga Resort will be a key venue for the Festival del Sole and the Napa Valley Film Festival and will serve as the northern terminus of the forthcoming Vine Trail, a multi-use hiking, biking and jogging path connecting Napa Valley’s most celebrated towns.
Rural and bucolic, Calistoga Resort is surrounded by iconic vineyards, rolling, oak-studded hills and the rugged cliff bands of the Palisades. The Resort’s views are protected in perpetuity by the landmark Napa County Agriculture Preserve ordinance and conservation easements established by The Land Trust of Napa County. As a result of such thoughtful planning dating back fifty years, residents and guests of the Resort are assured pristine mountain and vineyard views for generations to come.
Calistoga was originally home to the Wappo Indians, who discovered the area’s natural hot springs more than 500 years ago. Sam Brannan, California’s first millionaire, put the area on the map in 1862 by creating a thriving resort town. People from all over the world have visited Calistoga for its healing geothermal waters and celebrated mud baths, a tradition that has endured for more than 150 years. Today, Calistoga is home to many of the top Cabernet Sauvignons in the world.
Calistoga Resort is committed to sustainable building and assuring its residents and guests an experience that’s both enjoyable and environmentally responsible. As part of these efforts, we are preserving the heritage oak trees on the property today, integrating geothermal mineral waters for the heating of villas and community buildings, and connecting the community with walking trails and green spaces, among other practices.
Bald Mountain believes in giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Four Seasons Resort and Residences has been an active supporter of many of upper Napa Valley’s most important non-profits, including:
Calistoga is home to more than 45 wineries with several of the world’s top winemakers less than 10 minutes from the Resort. Below is a short list of several of the more accomplished wineries in the Calistoga AVA and Diamond Mountain AVA. For a more complete list and interactive map, visit CalistogaWinegrowers.com.
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