Recently opened and originally built in 1885 by a prominent Napa Valley farmer, Theron Ink, as a single-family home, this historic landmark was transformed into an intimate luxury inn by the Castellucci Family.
Providing unmatched personalized luxury experiences, The Ink House is an exquisite four-bedroom boutique luxury inn that combines warm Italian hospitality with historic Napa elegance and contemporary luxury.
“The Ink House was designed to make you feel like you’ve entered the home of your dreams,” said proprietor Maria Castellucci. “It’s more than a hotel, an inn or a bed-and-breakfast. It’s an experience—unforgettably sincere and unrivaled Napa Valley hospitality, Castellucci style.”
Each of the four rooms is designed to tell stories of the inn’s rich past. The fourth room is the Elvis Room, where the King of Rock and Roll stayed during the filming of “Wild in the Country” in 1960.