Chien Blanc Bungalows 2018-02-09T03:21:05+00:00

Chien Blanc Bungalows

Fun and Vibrant Garden Bungalows
Three 1-bedroom and 1-bathroom bungalows, centrally located just two blocks from downtown Calistoga’s restaurants, shops and spas. Each bungalow offers guests cozy King bedrooms, full living rooms, fully stocked kitchens, indoor and outdoor eating areas, charming bathrooms with bathtub/shower, and washer and dryer. With a Queen sleeper sofa in the living room, each bungalow can accommodate up to 4 guests.

Guests can also venture into the property’s Social Room which features a pool table, Foosball, TV, and ample seating for both dining and relaxing.

This property can accommodate groups of 1-12 travelers as guests are welcome to rent one, two, or all three bungalows.

» Click here for a floor plan drawing. (Please note that each bungalow is approximately 425 square feet.  And the floor plan drawing is not to scale.)

At a glance

  • Living Room with satellite flat screen television, queen sleeper sofa, seating for both dining and relaxing
  • Bedroom with comfortable king beds with a cozy atmosphere, full closet
  • Bathroom with bathtub and shower combination, beautiful original tile, well-lit vanity mirror, and separate dressing alcove
  • Kitchen with refrigerator, stove, appliances, and supplies for preparing full meals
  • Laundry with full size washer and dryer
  • Air conditioning
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Option for daily housekeeping service
  • BBQ and gardens
  • Social Room featuring pool table, Foosball, additional seating and games

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