Jamestown Bed and Breakfast Inns
1859 Historic National Hotel, A Country Inn
— Jamestown, CA
|Located between Yosemite National Park and Lake... Read More
$140 - $175
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Located in Tuolumne County, Jamestown is a small Gold Rush town situated in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California. Jamestown bed and breakfasts have the advantage of several surrounding award-winning wineries. Guests can try skiing, hiking, boating and fishing or take a ride on a famous, historic train. Because Jamestown is in the heart of California's historic gold country, you can even pan for gold! Ask your Jamestown bed and breakfast innkeeper to help you decide on restaurants and wineries from their vast experience of the area. (There might even be a secret fishing hole.) By 1859 Historic National Hotel, A Country Inn.
In the midst of the Sierra Gold Country, surrounded by wonderful wineries, this historic town is filled with antique shops and great dining. Close to Yosemite National Park. Visit the Railtown 1897 State Historic Park with one of the last authentic, operating railroad roundhouses. Walk Columbia State Park or play golf, visit Zinfandel wineries, see three life professional theatres in the county, and fish by a stream or pan for gold for a great Gold rush vacation. By 1859 Historic National Hotel, A Country Inn.
A few days stay at Jamestown, California is like living and enjoying the simplicity of the past. Here, tourists do not only get the chance to stay at historic Jamestown bed and breakfast inns, they may also relive the gold mining days of the town. Tourists can try Jamestown Gold Panning, which is how gold was being acquired at a time when the town was still very young. Visit Railroad 1897 State Park. This is actually a railroad that still works despite being more than a century old. Jamestown is indeed the place for those who wish to strike gold the traditional way. By 1859 Historic National Hotel, A Country Inn.