La Belle Epoque
La Belle Epoque was designed and built in 1893, a well-maintained example of the work of Napa's most noted architect Luther M. Turton who designed many of the buildings in Napa between 1876 and 1925. The house was built by Herman Schwartz, a successful hardware merchant and community leader. The house had a succession of owners and in 1981 Blanca Semmler acquired the house and converted it into La Belle Époque Bed & Breakfast, one of the first Inns in California's Napa Valley.
Buckley House is a charming, historic Victorian that was built in 1887 and boasts a two story corner bay window, unique porch with horse lattice and turned columns. The Buckley family lived in the home from 1880's to the late 1930's. Elizabeth Buckley lived there all her life and her sister Caroline Buckley Boggs also lived in the family house. Thus ... Elizabeth's and Caroline's Suites. The house features intimate porches, lush gardens and is steps from La Belle Epoque.