The Daffodil Suite has a queen bed in the main room, a Flat screen TV, an ambient electric fireplace & two arm chairs.
There is a full bath and kitchen with a dining area. Historic Main Street Is a pleasant 5 min walk. 10% city tax is included in the price.
There are two suites on the second floor of this signature Arts & Crafts era home in the Coloma-Spring Historic District. They have been meticulously furnished in the Arts & Crafts style updated with to offer plush comfort and modern conveniences.
The Daffodil Suite has a queen bed in the main room, a Flat screen TV, an ambient electric fireplace & two arm chairs. The windows provide views of the nearby hillside and lots of natural light.
In addition to the main room there is a full bathroom and ample kitchen with dining area.
For the morning, coffee and tea are provided free of charge. There are pastry shops/ and restaurants featuring breakfast all day, a short walk from your guest suite.
Wifi is accessible throughout the complex provided at no extra charge.
There is a laundry room with a washer and dryer.
There is minimal interaction with the host beyond check-in - Check out. We can [provide concierge services including booking local tours and stocking the refrigerator with the basics at an extra change.
The local area is rich with California Gold Rush history. award wining wineries, great restaurants. For nature lovers activities include white water rafting, horseback riding, biking, hiking,swimming and Skiing at the nearby "Sierra-at-Tahoe Ski Resort."
The California Gold Discovery State Park in Coloma covers events surrounding the 49er Gold Rush.
The Sierra Foothills Wine Country has 100's of artisan wineries. There are 15 - 20 tasting rooms within 15 minutes from your suite. Several are within walking distance.
There is something for every season:
IN THE FALL - Apple Hill is just up the road. In addition to farm fresh apples, homemade pies and apple cider you will find craft fairs, pumpkin patches, hay mazes, pony/ train rides, and fishing holes,
IN THE WINTER - Select the perfect tree at one of the Christmas Tree Farms. Or, for winter sports "Sierra at Tahoe," is under an hours drive. You can be home safe on the other side of the snow line after a days skiing. The drive includes beautiful views of the south fork of the American River.
IN THE SPRING - Check out the Placerville "Rails to Trails" Walking / Bike path. Bikes are available for rental at the Placerville Bike Shop.
Heading west along the trail from Downtown highlights include a railroad trestle several hundred feet above Weber Creek.
Heading east there is a railroad tunnel just east of town. The path continues on through Smith Flat to the outskirts of Camino.
Fair warning for the bikers - heading east it is a low grade all uphill, On the other hand, west bound is a fun coast downhill
IN THE SUMMER - The American River is a recreation gem. There are many access points as it winds from Tahoe to merge into the delta in Sacramento.
Coloma - a 15 min drive has river side beaches and white water rapids for the more adventurous.
Start at the source with a day tip to Echo Lake. the forest service provides boat trip across the lake where you can start a hike into desolation wilderness at 7.000 feet.
The aquatic center at Lake Natoma, 25 min West on HWY 50, offers bike rentals - bike the riverside bike path all the way to old town Folsom - paddle board and kayak rentals.
Respect others by limiting loud music.
One off Street parking space is provide per Suite.
My husband and I live in San Francisco. After enjoying weekend trips to Placerville for many years, we decided to share our love of the this area with others by opening a guest house . Whether you want to enjoy historic Main Street with it’s shops, great restaurants, year round Main Street events, wine tasting, or outdoor activities including rafting, swimming, hiking, biking, the foothills has it all. All this just a few hours drive for San Francisco.