Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Napa project
Property Investment Business Opportunity:
Provides the Investor the perfect opportunity to own an Inn in a perfect location, with it's
already long-standing, consistent, valued and loyal customers.
The C.Gables Inn offers it's customers full comfort, with it's prestigeous location in Napa
valley, California, known for the most famous wineries in the world, and a whole variety of
dishes, as well as several forms of leisure, activities and tours, making it the perfect choice
for so many.
Located in a very nice and strategic area.
The location is an asset in itself, as properties in this territory appreciate and are
highly valued, making property investment in this area highly profitable.
At an occupancy of 59%, the average yearly revenue is up to USD 463,000 which is
from a pessimistic point of view, while if average occupancy is at 80% revenues could
be up to USD 700,000 yearly.
The value ROI ( Return on Investment) is about 10% and above.
Highly valued consistent and loyal customer base, as well as regular incoming new
customers, due to the high quality hospitality, service, programmes and packages.
Three in one advantage ( The property, profitable revenue, consistent and loyal
Highly profitable property investment.
About C.Gables Inn
It is one of the " big four " 10,000 sq ft mansions in Napa. It was designed by architect
Ernest Coxhead, one of three top architects in San Francisco, the focus of the shingle style
mansion is Shake-spearean Old English. Both wilder and Alice loved the theatre. It is entirely
different from that of any residence in the state and has been restored to magnificence. It is
one of the grandest and most treasured bed and breakfast Inn in California.
Winding staircases lead to nine beautifully appointed guest rooms with queen-sized beds and
private baths-some with whirlpool tubs and fireplaces. The "Old English Tavern" with its
massive fireplace, leather chairs, and corner bar adds to the comfort of Cedar Gables. The
secret passageways and hidden staircases add mystique and charm. A three-course gourmet
breakfast is served each morning, and every evening, fine wines and hors d’oeuvres are
served in the Old English tavern. Some choose to take their wine out to the garden patio and
relax in the cool evenings.
The Cedar Gables Inn located in Old Town Napa, three blocks from downtown, offers visitors
a glimpse into the rich history of the land of fabulous wine. Upscale and elegant restaurants,
all within walking distance, offer enticing aromas, culinary delights and bustling activity of
Napa’s renaissance in downtown. Local, fresh, seasonal ingredients are the inspiration.
Paired with outstanding wines from the best wine producing region in the world, the Cedar
Gables Inn offers the ultimate Napa Culinary Experience: Hands on cooking classes with top
notch chefs from the area. Following the class you will enjoy the fruits of your labor by
feasting on your creations and delicious wines in the Inn’s elegant dining room. The only
requirements are a love for food, cooking and having fun.
High speed Wifi
Three Course Gourmet breakfasts
Wine & Cheese hour every evening
Stay and play packages
Reserve the whole Inn
- With Friends
- Executive Retreats / Conferences
- Weddings/ Elopements/Receptions
Birthdays/ Anniversary Parties
It is home to several Golf courses and golf clubs.
It is home to the most famous wineries and tasting rooms in the world.
Theatres, opera houses.
Lots of tours, vineyard tours, bike tours.
Arts and galleries.
Napa County visitors are an affluent, educated and older demographic who spend hundreds of
dollars a day in the valley on food, wine and lodging, according to new statistics from Visit
Napa Valley. The information was presented Thursday at the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel &
Spa during a mid-year meeting of representatives of local visitor-serving businesses.
Napa County hotel revenue is up 10 percent for the 12 months ending in October, to $258.3
million, said Clay Gregory, chief executive officer of Visit Napa Valley. Visit Napa Valley is
the county’s official tourism organization.
About 91 percent of tourists said in the survey that leisure was the main reason for visiting
Napa Valley. And they’re not just visiting once a year, the data showed. Over the past year,
guests came to the area 1.6 times a year on average.
St. Helena, Napa, Calistoga and Yountville, in that order, were the most popular destinations,
with between 58 and 67 percent of visitors heading to those individual towns. American
Canyon was set apart from the pack, with 6.6 percent of guests visiting the south county city.
Visitors spent an average of $714 per day, including $260 on lodging, $148 on restaurants and
$107 on wine purchased at wineries. Lodging guests typically stayed in the valley for 2.9 days
on average. Wine and wine tasting, food and restaurants and scenery are the most “liked”
aspects of the valley, they reported.
The vast majority of overnight guests — 84 percent — are age 35 or older, and almost half —
45 percent — are 55 or older. However, 14.6 percent are age 20 to 34, the so-called
“millennials” who also make up 28 percent of day-trippers to the valley.
Sixty percent of the typical Napa Valley visitors have household incomes of more than
$100,000 and 24.8 percent more than $200,000 a year, the report noted. Visitors are also
educated. Seventy-seven percent have a bachelor’s degree, and 39.3 percent have a graduate
Day-trippers to the valley are more ethnically diverse than overnight guests, Gregory said.
Eighty-two percent of overnight guests are white, compared to 61.3 percent of those visiting
for a day only. Just 3.6 of overnight guests are Asian, compared to 13.8 percent of daytime
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