About Our Rooms
Edith Palmer House
There are four guest rooms in this building which was built in 1863 along with the Cider Factory, a rock building to the rear of the house. The office, the parlor, and the breakfast room are also located in this house.
Built in the 1870's, this building has a family suite upstairs in the front for your stay.
Silver Street House
Built at the "Turn of the Century", this building completes the property with an additional four guest rooms. The rooms are named for the four Irish miners who became known as the Sliver Kings of the Comstock.
Edith's Room A renowned cook and innkeeper, Edith Palmer began the Inn back in 1948. Edith's room is named in her honor and it is one of the most requested rooms. The morning sun will gently greet you. The old iron and brass bed in this upstairs room has been in Virginia City for well over a century. The bathroom is of generous size and has a bathtub/shower.
"Evelyn's Room This room is named after Leisa's mother, Evelyn. She was a "Rosie the Riveter" during WWII welding tanks and later, after moving to Nevada, she became a nurse. Even though this is our smallest room, guests describe this room as very comfortable and cozy. You enter the room through a private entrance on the courtyard. The bathroom has a bathtub/shower."
James Flood Room The famous "One Hundred Mile View" down 6-mile canyon to the Carson Plains and beyond can be seen from the east facing windows in this room. This is the Inn's largest downstairs room and the only room with the canyon view without having to climb stairs
While filming the Misfits in nearby Dayton, Marilyn Monroe stayed at the Inn. Marilyn's Room is named in her honor. Sunbeams stream throughout this upstairs room in the afternoon. There is a hide-a-way twin bed so the room can sleep three, an extra person charge applies if used. The bathroom has a shower.
Maggie Belles Room
Pat's grandmother, Maggie Belle, is the namesake of this room. She was a registered nurse and the daughter of California pioneers. This downstairs room is distinguished by a bay window which overlooks the courtyard. The bathroom has a bathtub/shower.
Sun Mountain Suite
Nestled against Sun Mountain, the afternoon sun lights up these rooms and since the windows face west, the colors of the sunset which usually draws from the whole color spectrum can be enjoyed. This suite has a bedroom, a private bath, and living-kitchenette area. There is a queen bed in the bedroom, and a double hide-a-bed in the living area. The kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator and a microwave oven.
Overlooking the Sugarloaf Mountain, the morning sun greets you, usually with a spectacular sunrise. This suite has a bedroom, a private bath, and living-kitchenette area. There is a queen bed in the bedroom, and a queen hide-a-bed in the living area. The kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator and a microwave oven.
John Mackay Room
South facing windows in this upstairs room overlook the historic Fourth Ward School below on C Street and the Pine Nut Mountains in the background. Of all the rooms, this is owner Pat's favorite. It is also one of the most private rooms at the Inn.
William OBrien Room
The famous "One Hundred Mile View" down 6-mile canyon to the Carson Plains and beyond can be seen from the east facing windows in this upstairs room. Guests always mention the "wow" factor of the glorious sunrises viewed from this room.
Jim Fair Room
The south facing window in this downstairs room overlooks the historic Fourth Ward School below on C Street and the west facing window has a view of hillside gardens where many fruit trees grow. It is to the rear of the house and guests who have stayed in this room request it again and again.