Sonora, CA 95370
United States of America
Innkeeper(s): Eli Shahar
Circa 1889. Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and in the center of town, sits this two-story Queen Anne-style house with white picket fence, gabled red roof and wraparound veranda. Originally constructed for a Wells Fargo agent, the property includes a well that was one of the area's three original water sources for the gold rush camp that developed here in the 1850s. In addition to the usual amenities, Bradford Place also offers in-room expanded cable television, phones with data ports as well as cookies and a garden filled with flowers. Executive Chef and Owner, Eli Shahar, prepares a complete gourmet breakfast for guests each morning. The historic county courthouse is next door, and guests can walk to cafes, antique stores, bookstores and shops. Nearby is Columbia (three miles), Jamestown and Murphys, and there are giant sequoias and caverns to explore. Other activities include gold panning, river rafting, trout fishing, horseback riding and carriage rides.
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Bradford Place Inn & Gardens