These 8 Bed And Breakfasts In Northern California Are Perfect For A Getaway
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Bed and Breakfasts, also known as B&Bs, offer a personalized experience like you’re staying with a family friend. You’ll often find B&Bs in small towns where there are no hotels. Staying at a B&B makes traveling more comfortable since you will have someone hosting you. Your host can providing insight into what are must-see places and how to get around the area. Unlike modern hotels, B&Bs are often in charming and sometimes historic buildings. This makes the stay feel extra special. Check out our list of bed and breakfast that are perfect for a getaway.
1. Sea Rock Inn- Mendocino
swanky bed and breakfast
in the coastal city of Mendocino makes for a great romantic getaway. Each spacious suite has a view of the ocean and a fireplace. Explore the quaint nearby towns and relax by the beach. Any season is a good time to visit since the weather in this area is temperate.
2. Inn on Randolph- Napa
This inn in downtown Napa’s
residential historic district
provides guests with luxurious amenities like plush bedding and bathrobes. Each room is equipped with a mini fridge, and complimentary tea and coffee in the room. Enjoy a gluten-free breakfast every morning as part of your stay. The large backyard garden is a perfect place to relax and enjoy a glass of wine.
3. McCloud River Bed and Breakfast– McCloud
This beautiful yellow house was built in 1903 by the McCloud Lumber Company. Since that time the house has served many purposes. Today McCloud is a popular destination for fly fishing. You can also explore local swimming holes, hike, and golf. In the winter guests can snowmobile and ski at the nearby Mt Shasta Ski Park. There are a
total of five spacious guest rooms,
plus a cedar-wrapped great room with a bar and a private dining room. The owners say they pamper guests with homemade meals and treats.
4. Mount Shasta Ranch Bed and Breakfast– Mt. Shasta
Built in 1923 as a horse ranch, this rustic 2-story ranch is now the Mount Shasta Ranch Bed and Breakfast. The large property is only a 3 minute drive to downtown Mt. Shasta. You won’t run out of things to do here– the owners have a
long list of ideas
on their website to help get you started. Book a room in the main house, the carriage house, or in the cottage. End your day here relaxing on the large veranda with views of Mt. Shasta and enjoy a three-course breakfast in the morning.
5. Quincy Feather Bed Inn– Quincy
For a quiet and kid-free getaway, book a room at the adults only
Quincy Feather Bed Inn
. This adorable Queen Anne style victorian in the
quaint town of Quincy
was built in 1893 by Edward and Jennnie Huskinson. Each of the rooms have been named after their family members. This bed and breakfast is in a prime location in Quincy and within walking distance to everywhere you’d want to visit. There are five rooms and two cottages– all decorated in comfortable cottage style. This inn does not serve breakfast but you’re close to many cafes and restaurants.
6. Carriage House Inn- Downieville
This 3-story boutique inn is located in the quiet gold country town of Downieville.
Located on the north fork of the Yuba River and north of the Tahoe National Forest, guests can experience many outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting, rock climbing, wild game hunting, and much more. Choose from
11 suites varying in size.
Suites are chock full of amenities, such as a mini fridge, ROKU TV, plus private balconies with barbecue grills.
7. Durham House Inn- Durham
You’ll have plenty of privacy at this bed and breakfast– none of the guests’ suites share a wall. This inn is also kid-friendly, so bring your little ones. Take in the view of the garden from the second floor porch, including the two 500-year-old oak trees on the property.
This Victorian Italianate home
was built in 1874 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Each of the four guest suites are decorated with Victorian furniture, making guests feel like they’ve stepped back in time.
8. McCaffrey House Bed and Breakfast Inn- Twain Harte
This beautiful home is set amongst the redwoods, not too far from Stanislaus National Forest. All rooms have a queen or king bed and a black iron fire stove. Some rooms are pet friendly.
McCaffrey House Bed and Breakfast Inn
offers many amenities, including massages at the on-site spa.
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McCaffrey House Bed & Breakfast Inn, 23251 CA-108, Twain Harte, CA 95383, USA
Inn on Randolph, 411 Randolph St, Napa, CA 94559, USA
Sea Rock Inn, 11101 Lansing St, Mendocino, CA 95460, USA
Carriage House Inn, 110 Commercial St, Downieville, CA 95936, USA
McCloud River Bed and Breakfast, 325 Lawndale Ct, McCloud, CA 96057, USA
Mount Shasta Ranch Bed and Breakfast, 1008 W A Barr Rd, Mt Shasta, CA 96067, USA
Quincy Feather Bed Inn, 542 Jackson St, Quincy, CA 95971, USA
Durham House B & B Inn, 2280 Durham-Dayton Hwy, Durham, CA 95938, USA