It doesn’t matter what your political affiliation is; America’s divided political climate has Republicans, Democrats, and everyone in-between craving a weekend reprieve. Napa Valley’s recently reopened White House offers the perfect escape. The charming 17-room inn (ranging from about $250 to $560 per night) underwent a four-month renovation last year and is part of Lark Hotels, which has 19 boutique properties across New England and California. Dating to 1886, the 131-year-old estate was built for German immigrant and tanner Emanuel Manasse, who is believed to have developed the extremely lightweight and soft Nappa leather that is often used for gloves. A combination of Queen Anne, Eastlake, and Colonial Revival styles, the White House kept its defining white-columned façade, but received a new pool and hot tub, a courtyard with a fire pit, and a new spa menu. Additions also included a personalized concierge service and modern rooms and suites with a chic earthy palette of greens, blues, and crisp whites.