Amador County Bed and Breakfast

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55 Eureka Street, Sutter Creek, Ca. 95685

Eureka Street Inn

This 1914 Craftsman bed and breakfast, tucked between bustling Main Street and the historic Knight Foundry, is an oasis of "quiet" in the heart of Sutter Creek. The inn features an Arts & Crafts ambiance with original rosewood wainscoting accented with leaded and stained glass windows - a handsome backdrop for antiques and collectibles. The inn offers four distinctive guestrooms, all with private baths, A/C, fireplaces or stoves. For added enjoyment, the inn has an expansive sitting porch. Guests are greeted with fresh baked cookies upon arrival and are delighted by a full country breakfast - served each morning.

Gate House Inn


1330 Jackson Gate Road, Jackson, CA

Gate House Inn

Elegant Bed & Breakfast
A regal 1902 Victorian mansion amidst an acre of pristine landscaped gardens. Large pool, sitting porches, fountains, arbors … bocce ball court. Four elegantly appointed guestrooms in the mansion with queen beds, fireplaces, private baths. Secluded romantic cottage with queen bed, double Jacuzzi and firestove. Walk to restaurants. Short drive to casino. Located within 5 miles of Sutter Creek, 1.4 miles to historic downtown Jackson, easy access to the wealth of wineries in the Amador County wine region which includes The Shenandoah Valley.

Grey Gables Inn


161 Hanford St., (Highway 49)
PO Box 1687, Sutter Creek, CA, 95685

Grey Gables Inn

The Grey Gables Inn has eight elegantly decorated guestrooms named for English poets such as Byron, Browning, and Shelley. Rooms are furnished with authentic antiques, and have a/c, fireplaces, and full private baths, some with classic claw foot baths.

In English tradition, there's afternoon tea and cakes, evening wine and hor d'oeuvres, and a gourmet breakfast.

The Inn is a short walk to antique and unique gift shops, and dining from casual to elegant. Located on Highway 49, Sutter Creek is centrally located for California Gold Rush History and over 20, award-winning Wineries.

Three DiamondVisit to view "Full-View" panoramic photography of each room

The Hanford House

61 Hanford Street, Hwy 49
P.O. Box 1450, Sutter Creek, CA

The Hanford House, B&B Inn

A classic ivy covered, red brick inn blending the elegance of a gracious past with present day comforts. Nine spacious rooms with queen/king beds, private baths, air conditioning, roof-top sun deck with a fabulous view of the countryside, shaded patio, and handicap accessiblility with off street parking.
Your day begins with the morning paper, tea and coffee while waiting for breakfast to be served in the parlor dining room. Then fill your day sightseeing through the Mother Lode visiting Gold Rush cultural attractions, antique and specialty shops, wineries, recreational activities, fine dining and so much more to see and do.
Three DiamondThe Hanford House is more than just a romantic bed and breakfast. It is also a wonderful site for weddings and receptions. Our inn is ideally suited for group get-aways and is perfect for informal seminars or conferences.



P.O. Box 195, Amador City, CA

Imperial Hotel

Step through our front doors and enter into another era of gold miners and Victorian visitors. The restored 1879 Imperial Hotel offers six handsome guest rooms with private, modern baths and modern amenities throughout. The aroma of baking and freshly prepared local produce invites you to linger, or return from a day of sightseeing for a relaxed evening of dining in our elegant dining room at our regionally acclaimed restaurant. Savor a cocktail or a cup of tea in the cozy atmosphere of the Oasis Bar or in our secluded patio where you will be surrounded by plants, flowers and the sound of water flowing from fountains, then retire with contentment knowing breakfast awaits you in the morning. Breakfast is included daily and, if dining in our restaurant, dinner reservations are recommend. We have two sets of adjoining guest rooms and you will find hair dryers and heated towel bars in all our rooms. We offer room service to our rooms, balcony or patio. Enjoy a delicious picnic basket from our restaurant for a day of sightseeing. However we do need a day's notice.

Mine House Inn


14125 Hwy 49, Amador City, CA

Mine House Inn
Historic B&B and Gold Room Dining

A peaceful oasis located in the heart of the Gold Country. Gold Rush history, Victorian era antiques, and modern amenities combine to create a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Eight historic rooms and 5 luxury suites with whirlpool tubs for two. Full gourmet breakfast. Beautifully landscaped grounds with waterfall.

Each room in the brick main building features authentic 19th-century antiques and all have private entrances, private baths and AC. The newest addition to the inn is the Victorian House, with a second floor parlor, office and dining room with scenic views of the foothills and landscaped gardens with waterfall ... plus two very special luxury themed suites - French Romance and Oriental Gardens. A pool and spa are set behind the Victorian House.

The intimate dining room, The Gold Room, and the formal parlor, offer views of the Sierra foothills and garden waterfall. Gourmet dinners are served Thursday - Sunday evenings from 5:00 - 8:30PM. In warm weather, you can choose to dine al fresco on the patio by the waterfall.

Plymouth House Inn

9525 Main Street, P.O. Box 1031
Plymouth, CA

The Plymouth House Inn
A Historic Victorian Bed & Breakfast

The Plymouth House was originally built by the late Dr. E.V. Tiffany who practiced medicine in Plymouth. He found gold under the house and today you can see his mineshaft that is now the Mine Shaft Bar. A turn of the century Victorian home featuring a lively history. Antiques stuff the Seven Guest Rooms, some of which give a view of the 1895, 36-ft. Antique Carousel. This home has been lovingly maintained by it's current owners and those who share the comfort of these quaint rooms, high ceilings and warm fireplaces enjoy the ambiance of the period décor. The Plymouth House is about one mile from the Shenandoah Valley and its 30 plus wineries and only blocks from the Amador County Fairgrounds and local restaurants famous for their food and friendliness.

Located in the heart of the Gold Country at the Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley, Amador County's Wine Region.

11941 Narcissus Road, Jackson, CA

The Wedgewood Inn

Tucked away on wooded acreage, this charming Victorian replica provides quiet, romantic seclusion. Terraced gardens are richly landscaped with a spectacular gazebo, water fountains, hammocks, croquet and horseshoes. Secluded, yet located for excellent dining, shopping and sightseeing. Five elegant guest rooms with private baths are lavishly furnished with antiques, air conditioning, wood stoves, two rooms with balconies, two suites with large Jaccuzi whirlpool. Afternoon refreshments and full gourmet breakfast. All major credit cards accepted.

2003-2004 rates $155-$205, (double occupancy). AAA 3-diamond, Mobil 3-Star. Hosts: Vic and Jeannine Beltz


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