2017 saw a number of additions to the Inn. In spring a Solar Photovoltaic Array was installed which provides almost 100% of the electrical requirements of the 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom structure.
Then at the end of 2018 Creekside Signs was comissioned to design, manufacture, and install a sign at the intersection of Abbey and 1st Street. The sign is illuminated by low voltage solar panels.
In March of 2018, all new guide signs were installed at the corner of Route 128 and Railroad Avenue, and at the corner or Railroad Avenue at Abbey Street.
Stroll through the historic business district of our quaint Northern California town, as you taste and sip a bit of our local restaurant, and wine scene! In a celebration of the International Albariño Grape Day, the Downtown Winters’ businesses are excited to partner to present a Albariño Wine Stroll.
Winters is a lovely gem of a town, with an intact historic business district. Only 65 minutes from San Francisco, Winters has recently been recognized as the 4th place winner in the national small town food scene contest by USA Today. Winters is the east terminus of California Highway 128, and serves as the eastern gateway to the Napa Valley. The Winters post office was established in 1875, and incorporated in 1898. The Winters downtown district is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Buy your Passport Ticket and use our friendly Event Map to see what great shops and spots in town are a unique Passport Location! There will be wine and food pairings, as well as live music throughout your journey downtown.
The Abbey House Inn is one of the passport stops where you can enjoy some Albariño Wine and homemade Albariño Wine Cupcakes. Music will be provided, rest on our covered front porch, tour the historic original Inn of Winters and its uniquely appointed rooms. The event begins August 4th 2018, from 2pm to 5pm.
The following local businesses have partnered to bring you this event :
Abbey House Inn, Berryessa Gap Winery, Buckhorn Steakhouse, Green River Tap Room, Lester Farms Bakery, Preserve Public House, Putah Creek Cafe, Steady Eddy’s Coffee House, Turkocvich Family Wines, and Yolo Traders Bistro.