Milat Estate Winery


Milat Estate Winery has been recommended by Ginny from Grove City, Ohio as one of her all-time favorite places to stay!

Traveler Favorite - May '10

Milat Estate Winery, St. Helena, California


Why so darn good? "The cottages at the Milat Estate Winery are located right at a small family owned winery. The minute you show up you feel like you are part of the family. Plus the cost is less than a small budget hotel."


Location: "Right on the main drag in St. Helena, this small family owned winery has a tasting room and three cottages."


Rooms: "The three small cottages are right in the vineyard. The smallest cottage looks like a shed that has been converted, one of the others is above a garage, and the third is a small cabin-looking building."


Vibe: "Make yourself at home. Feel free to eat the grapes and wander through the vineyard."


Keep In Mind: "This is not a Ritz-type-of-place, and the rooms are quaint and comfortable."



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