Nevada County Chambers

Nevada County

Forests of pines and oaks flourish in the bright blue skies and fresh air on Nevada county. Rolling foothills and rugged peaks create a varied terrain that supplies many recreational activities.

Gold lured the early settlers to this county, and pride in heritage is seen in the numerous historic landmarks and annual events.

Visit Nevada County – there is so much to see and do!

These are our registered Nevada County Chambers.

Deer Creek Inn
116 Nevada Street
(530) 265-0363
(800) 655-0363
Bed & Breakfast
This spectacular 1870’s Queen Anne Victorian offers a warm, friendly atmosphere in a creek side setting, footsteps from the downtown area. Four spacious suites with private baths. Full Breakfast.
The Emma Nevada House
528 East Broad Street
(530) 265-4415
(800) 916-3662
(530) 265-4416 FAX
Bed & Breakfast
This elegantly restored and decorated 1856 Victorian is named for 19th Century opera star Emma Nevada. Quiet location, gourmet breakfast. Six rooms, private baths, fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs.
Flume’s End
317 South Pine Street
(530) 265-9665
(800) 991-8118
Bed & Breakfast
Historic building, beautiful creek side setting with waterfalls, three wooded acres, two blocks from downtown. Five rooms plus cottage, private baths, decks. Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces.
Grandmere’s Inn
449 Broad Street
(530) 265-4660
(800) 250-5808
(530) 265-4561 FAX
Bed & Breakfast
On the National Register of Historic Places, built in 1856 and restored in 1985. Lush lawns and gardens. Full breakfast. Six rooms with private baths. In central district. Wedding site.
The Parsonage
427 Broad Street
(530) 265-9478
(530) 265-8147 FAX
Bed & Breakfast
History is alive in this 125 year-old home in the historic district. Lovingly furnished with pioneer antiques. Full breakfast. Cottage and guest rooms with private baths. Extended stays and mid-week corporate rates available.
Piety Hill Cottages
523 Sacramento Street
(530) 265-2245
(800) 443-2245
(530) 265-6528 FAX
Bed & Breakfast
Charming cottages, privacy, seclusion with a garden setting, including television, antiques, kitchenettes. Breakfast. Children welcome. Daily, weekly, monthly rates.
The Red Castle Inn
109 Prospect Street
(530) 265-5135
(800) 761-4766
Bed & Breakfast
This four-story Gothic Revival landmark is one of California’s first bed and breakfast inns. Overlooks town. “Tops my list of places to stay,” says Gourmet Magazine. 7 rooms with private bath.
The Two Room Inn
431 Broad Street
(530) 265-3618
(530) 272-6713 FAX
Bed & Breakfast
This romantic inn features two spacious guest rooms in the American Gothic-style Broad Street building once known as the Teddy Bear Castle. Verandas, views of town, secluded spa, breakfast.
The U.S. Hotel Bed & Breakfast
233B Broad Street
(530) 265-7999
(800) 525-4525
(530) 265-7998 FAX
Bed & Breakfast
This newly-renovated building in the heart of the downtown historic district offers seven rooms with private bath, parlor. Full breakfast.
The National Hotel
211 Broad Street
(530) 265-4551
A national historic landmark, the National is the oldest continuously operating hotel west of the Rockies. Built in 1854-57. Comfortable lodging in an old-fashioned setting. 43 rooms, Victorian dining room, saloon, pool.
Nevada City Inn
760 Zion Street
(530) 265-2253
(800) 977-8884
Set in a park-like atmosphere, a newly renovated full service motel. Each of the 20 rooms has color cable TV, private bath, with seo leeds and telephone. Short walk to the historic district. Victorian style cabins. Corporate and senior rates available.
Nevada Street Cottages in the Wild Wood
690 Nevada Street
(530) 265-8071
Originally a hunting and fishing lodge, this small complex features four furnished cottages, a two-minute drive from the downtown historic district. Fireplaces, pets okay. Daily, weekly rates.
The Northern Queen Inn
400 Railroad Avenue
(530) 265-5824
(800) 226-3090
(530) 265-3720 FAX
86 spacious rooms in a wooded setting at the edge of town. Chalets, cottages. TJ’s Restaurant. Actual operating railroad, depot, exhibits, gift shop. Cable TV, pool/spa. 1/4 mile from Historic Downtown.
The Outside Inn
575 East Broad Street
(530) 265-2233
(530) 265-2236 FAX
A renovated 1940’s ers motor court, a few minutes walk from the historic district. 14 unique units, some with kitchens, queen beds, tv, pool. Dogs and children welcome.