Napa River Inn

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The building dates back to 1885, and was once a working mill. Captain Albert Hatt, Jr. hung himself in what is now a bakery, back in 1912. His wife, who also died there, has been seen roaming the hallways above. And a story in the local newspaper reports that a few hotel guests ran into former mill owner Robert Keig, who died in 1975.

Elevator goes up and down with nobody on it. Rooms 207 and 208 are the hot spots people hear sounds of the old mill, doors opening and closing but no one there.

(Submitted by Kim)

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Geographic Information

500 Main St
Napa, CA
United States

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38.2964167, -122.28269840000002
Napa County, California
Nearest Towns:
Napa, CA (0.2 mi.)
Green Valley, CA (7.2 mi.)
Yountville, CA (8.4 mi.)
American Canyon, CA (8.5 mi.)
Sonoma, CA (9.5 mi.)
Boyes Hot Springs, CA (10.9 mi.)
Fetters Hot Springs-Agua Caliente, CA (11.2 mi.)
El Verano, CA (11.3 mi.)
Temelec, CA (11.6 mi.)
Oakville, CA (11.7 mi.)


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