Nevada March 31, 2017
7 Unique Nevada Bed And Breakfasts You’ll Fall In Love With
Who doesn’t love a nice, tranquil stay in a bed and breakfast? Instead of the noise and traffic associated with larger hotels or motels in busy areas, bed and breakfasts tend to be more relaxing, romantic, and restful with a unique ambiance. Take a look at these seven truly unique, only in Nevada bed and breakfasts.
1. Paradise Ranch Castle - Austin
Among bed and breakfasts, this authentic castle provides guests with a truly amazing and unique experience. The stunning and spacious guest rooms are truly magical.
Following a wonderful and relaxing night, guests are treated to a delicious homemade breakfast. Additionally, guests have access throughout the castle, to the Dungeon bar, and to the rec room with a jukebox and pool table.
2. B Street House Bed and Breakfast - (CLOSED PERMANENTLY)
Originally built in the 1800s, current owners Chris and Carolyn have renovated the house to take it back to its original splendor.
Breakfast consists of a three-course meal with homemade pastries, scrumptious egg dishes, homemade breads, fresh fruit, and different syrups.
3. A Cowboy's Dream - Alamo
A truly luxurious bed and breakfast with a western theme, this extraordinary getaway is truly a dream. In addition to the comfortable bedrooms with custom bedding, A Cowboy's Dream also features a bunkhouse for social gatherings, a dance hall, and wedding pavilion for special events.
After a tranquil night's sleep, guests are served a hearty and truly decadent breakfast.
4. Cobb Mansion Bed and Breakfast - Virginia City
This historic building built after the great fire of 1876 has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, butler's pantry, and office. It was renovated in 2004 to bring back the splendor of Virginia City's historic heyday.
In addition to the gorgeous furnishings, guests enjoy a sumptuous breakfast with homemade pastries and granola, elegant egg dishes, and fresh fruit.
5. Bliss Bungalow - Carson City
Built in 1914, Bliss Bungalow was fully restored in 2005. Today, this Arts and Crafts style home has many original features like fir floors, pulley windows, pine moldings, and high ceilings. Much of the decor is vintage, as is evidenced by the magnificent kitchen.
The striking Meadows room has an antique brass bed and large sunny windows. Each of the house's bedrooms are stunningly decorated and quite comfortable.
6. Queensland Vineyard Bed and Breakfast - Dyer
The bedrooms, like this stunning Marteney room, are comfortable and richly decorated.
Following a restful night's sleep, guests are provided with a full breakfast. Dinner reservations are also available upon request.
7. Old Pioneer Inn - Unionville
Among bed and breakfasts, this farm country getaway is one of Nevada's hidden gems. If you want to unplug from the busy "real" world, this is the place to go.
After a restful night's sleep in one of the inn's comfortable bedrooms, guests are treated to a hearty, homemade, farm-style breakfast.
Have you been lucky enough to enjoy any of these bed-and-breakfasts? Have you visited any others? Please comment below.