Amador Wine Country Inns Availability

Use the tiles below to check availability and, if you’d like, book online for each of Amador Wine Country Inns. Please note that each inn offers breakfast, free wireless Internet, private bathrooms, and free concierge services. All inns have air conditioning and fireplaces. See more details below.

sutter creek lodging - hanford house inn of sutter creek bed and breakfast

HANFORD HOUSE INN
61 Hanford Street, Highway 49
Sutter Creek, Ca. 95685
209-267-0747
info@hanfordhouse.com
www.hanfordhouse.com

sutter creek lodging - euerka street inn of sutter creek bed and breakfast

EUERKA STREET INN
55 Eureka Street
Sutter Creek, Ca. 95685
209-267-5500
innkeepers@eurekastreetinn.com
www.eurekastreetinn.com

sutter creek lodging - foxes inn of sutter creek bed and breakfast

FOXES INN
77 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
209-267-5882
innkeeper@foxesinn.com
www.foxesinn.com

sutter creek lodging - grey gables inn of sutter creek bed and breakfast

GREY GABLES INN
161 Hanford Street
Sutter Creek, Ca. 95685
209-267-1039
info@greygables.com
www.greygables.com

sutter creek lodging - imperial hotel and restaurant amador city bed and breakfast

IMPERIAL HOTEL & RESTAURANT
14202 Highway 49
Amador City, CA 95601
209-267-9172
info@imperialamador.com
www.imperialamador.com

sutter creek lodging - sutter creek inn

SUTTER CREEK INN
75 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
209-267-5606
info@suttercreekinn.com
www.suttercreekinn.com

sutter creek lodging - avio winery cottage plymouth ca

CARRAIGE HOUSE AT AVIO
14520 Ridge Road
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
209-267-1515
info@aviowine.com
www.aviowine.com

sutter creek lodging - amador harvest inn, plymouth

AMADOR HARVEST INN
12455 Steiner Rd
Plymouth, CA 95669
209-245-5512
reservations@amadorharvestinn.com
www.amadorharvestinn.com

 ” Sutter Creek is the best town in the Gold Country. Set in a tidy green dell – Sutter Creek is the kind of town that makes you recall words like “dell” – is a Main Street lined with balconied 19th-century buildings. The prettiest Main Street you’ve ever seen? Quite possibly.” SUNSET Magazine