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Reviewed 8 February 2021

Truly beautiful! This Inn is a historical landmark. Built in 1853 and trapped in a beautiful Victorian style. It's like going back in time. The customer service is really amaizing. The small time feel of these private owners makes it such a warm cozy atmosphere. They are right there to assist you or go over some of the history that riddles this amaizing place. They even have a ghost story attached to one of the rooms that has been documented in a hunted America book. If you are interested ask about or Google Oscar the Love Sick Ghost. in Every room is a different but glorious Victorian adventure. It is a clean and relaxing place from sitting in the living room listening to the music of the erra to the home-cooked country meals served with a smile in the dining room. The tiny city of Georgetown is where this landmark sits. The town also has this old fashion flair. I will be back and suggest you visit as well. You will not regret it.

Date of stay: February 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank 800nanettef
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Reviewed 9 October 2019

We have never been to a B/B before and what a wonderful and exciting time we had. Out in the mountains like back home where we come from, plus the Inn reminded me like my Grandparents place. Everyone there was fantastic we stayed in the claw tub room with a private bath and loved it with no TV it was wonderful. And can't wait to go back again, oh ya there breakfast is fantastic. Great Place

Date of stay: October 2019
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2  Thank deanna567
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Reviewed 3 October 2019 via mobile

2nd time visiting!!!! This place is amazing and the Staff is exceptional!!! Jason and Janine truly make you feel welcome, that this is your home away from home. We had a cocktail hour in the Parlor with a group of friends who were not staying at the inn. Jason and Janine were so hospitable and accommodating to us, they even served us wine and appetizers. The Inn is amazing, so beautiful and so well kept! Jason has so much pride in the Inn and it shows. It takes a lot of dedication to keep an Historic building such as this running and Jason has done major renovations over the last year.
If your considering visiting just stop and do it, you will not be disappointed!!!

Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Captmarkhd
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Reviewed 2 October 2019 via mobile

Halfway between the 2 parallel hwys. to Tahoe, Auburn on the 80 to the N., Placerville on the 50 - 30 mins. to the S., sits the best maintained & friendliest 120 yr. old B&B we have ever experienced, from East coast to the West. The absentee owner of just 3 yrs. is an art gallery owner in S. Lake Tahoe who worked at the Inn as a teen, under the couple who ran it for the previous 30 yrs. So a purchase of love & pride. His parents live there now & are in charge, but special kudos to Laura & her young helpers who really run this beautiful escape. Red & white wines along w/really good cheeses, salami, crackers & grapes are put out in the parlor at 5 . The 9 a.m. breakfast in a sunny front rm. is outstanding: apple pancakes, a fresh fruit compote, sausages, scrambled eggs, orange juice & the best coffee the Sunday morn. we were there. Don't miss the large patio & garden in the back, AND the very large, clean, modern hot tub at the back of the property! Every rm. was taken when we stayed but I was the only one to use it!
Should keep this find a secret...but not the fact that when they book & confirm they CLEARLY remind guests that if you arrive after 6 p.m., CALL!
Over 20 people asleep @ midnight when inconsiderate (drunk?) idiots clanged the door bell so hard & repeatedly they broke it! Phone # is even clearly posted on the glass front door! Other guests so nice & interesting we even exchanged contact info w/2 couples. Otherwise, quiet, restful. Don't know where all those people were, but only 4 of us shared happy hr. & it seemed a bunch left even before yummy breakfast.
The business district of Georgetown is all of 3 blocks long but packed w/history.
Do not miss the lovely art cooperative! Beautiful market too, w/an amazing array of freah deli items & yummy baked goods along w/staples for campers & fun sundries.
But this is an inn to savor & stay put for all 20 hrs.

Date of stay: September 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank callucan
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Reviewed 25 July 2019 via mobile

We were there to run The Rubicon Trail. This was a wonderful treat. We reserved 2 rooms, 1 with a queen bed and private bath the other room had 2 beds for our adult boys who had a shared bath next door to their room which no one else was using. We have friends who had 2 other rooms rented. I couldn't heard anyone else from their rooms. We never locked or shut our rooms. Our friends were there for 3 days and never locked there's either. Beds were comfortable. Everything was clean and decorated beautifully. Bathrooms have clawfoot tubs with showers in them. We did not have breakfast. We had 2 rigs with car trailers which they let us leave on their property while we ran The Rubicon. They were so nice and accommodating. It is a family run business. I plan to go back with a girlfriend who I do 1 or 2 trips a year with. There is a hot tub so bring your swim suit. Restaurants are very very close and delicious. This is a must stay.

Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Kathy D
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