Review of a Calistoga Napa Valley Clothes Discretionary bed and breakfast / Hostel: Meadowlark Country House

During our travels around northern California, Jordan and I got the opportunity to visit a charming small clothes-optional area in Calistoga named Meadowlark Country House.
We had a GPS and it was easy to find, though driving around the mountains for 20 minutes in a continuous sudden turn was a real trip.
We arrived in beach family sex and drove right in (no gate that I could remember). We pulled up and parked at a large white house. Even in the sparseness of winter, the property were quaint and inviting.
The management left a note for us on the door telling us where to go, as they had to step out for a few minutes. It was appropriate on the main floor so we found it and settled in.
Meadowlark Country House and Clothing Optional Inn and Bed and Breakfast in Calistoga California
At first we were merely going to take their simplest room, but I couldn’t resist the whirlpool tub! So we paid a little more, and it was entirely worth it.
The room (suite #5) was plentiful sized, clean and well-furnished. There were little sofas and coffee table and behind that our queen size bed. A hearth was situated in the corner, flanked by bookshelves.
There were also some books stacked on the tables, about art, architecture, photography, travel. I envisioned the owners must be cultured and well-read.
Our room at Meadowlark (after we slept in it)

One of the first things we additionally noticed was a bowl of mini chocolate candies and two soft bath robes hanging in the bathroom for . I thought, chocolate AND bath robes supplied? I am sold!
Our own hearth
French doors looked out onto our own little patio. It was too chilly to sit outside though.
Our room’s terrace at Meadowlark clothing optional bed and breakfast
Soon, one of the owners, Richard, came back and greeted us. He showed us the best way to use the electric fireplace with its remote and control the temperature. I loved having our own hearth too. It added so much coziness and ambiance.
We chewed the fat with Richard for some time as he gave us a tour of the facilities. They had a large mineral water pool, hot tub and sauna, all enclosed within a gate. This is essentially the clothes-optional area. The pool was shut for the season.
Hot Tub at Meadowlark Inn