Ratings based on 85 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Davidfrom Reno
One of the best optionsPosted Nov 4, 2014 on Hotels.com
No better way to celebrate Nevada's 150th birthday than 24 hours in VC. Although the covered wooden sidewalks are lined with gift shops and candy emporiums (in addition to bars, cafes, museums, and antique stores) there's enough genuine western flavor to keep you entertained for an afternoon, evening, and morning. And in its heyday, when VC was the biggest deal between Chicago and San Francisco, it wasn't any less honky-tonk than this. Edith Palmer's features free-standing guest houses tucked up against the hill, a five-minute stroll from town with expansive views across the Nevada basins and ranges. Quaint Victorian-era decor, cozy and comfortable, and the best dinner house in town right there on the premises, the Cider Factory, where a hearty breakfast is served to guests. Great value all around.
for Couplesby Davefrom Irvine, CA
Best B&B EverPosted Sep 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
Quite but lively. The included breakfest is a 10. Could not of asked for more.
Recommendedby Pam & Oscarfrom Eastvale, CA
Cute & Quiet!Posted Sep 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
The entire experience was beyond wonderful. Lisa the innkeeper really takes care of her guests. Shes the nicest woman ever and shes very knowledgeable about the whole town. There was lots of fun memorabilia around the hotel. The rooms and the entire grounds were kept very clean and cute. The Evelyn room was definitely small but it served its purpose and we were very satisfied. My Fiancé and I had a magical experience and we cant wait to go back. If your on the fence about staying here, don't be. You wont regret it.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom sierra foothills, ca
Very very lovelyPosted Aug 25, 2014
Pros: The decor in here room and the deep bathtub, and the comfortable bed with comfortable pillows too.
Cons: If you stay in Evelyn's room, it is close to the cider house, so you can hear the talking of the guests. Not a problem, only if you want to sleep lat
Location: Virginia city is awesome. If you haven't been there, go soon as it is getting more popular. It was much busier this time than last time we came.
What a pleasant surprise when we arrived and were shown around this lovely place. The owners are clearly very talented, creative and know how to manage a great bed and breakfast. Breakfast was delicious, the room was pristine and charming, and we had a great time. Thank you, Edith palmers!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Shingle Springs, Ca.
High mountain get away....Posted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: Liesa was a lovely hostess....
Location: They are lots of bars, casinos, restaurants and unique shops with in walking distance. If you can handle the ascent from C st back to B st.
We stayed a single night during Reno's Hot August Nights. It was a nice get away from the hustle of Reno/Sparks. The B&B is walking distance to downtown Virginia City. The view over looking the whole town is lovely. Breakfast was very nice on the patio, food was good too and the coffee drinkable which was a pleasent suprise. The room was nice, clean and homey. The matress was very comfortable ( Jim Fair room), wi-fi too....Don't miss the dark choc macaroons from the bakery or the pizza at the Red Dog Saloon, both on the main drag ( C st).
Recommendedby Michifrom San Diego
Close to historical interestPosted Aug 7, 2014 on Hotels.com
Old.mine town with. Nice homey touch.room was little small , but. Owner was. There to serve hot. Breakfast.with. Smile.
for Familiesby Adorafrom Hesperia
Wonderful!Posted Jul 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
This was our second time staying at this charming bed and breakfast. We are always greeted with a friendly smile by Leisa. The room we had this time was a little small but perfect for our visit this time. The breakfast was once again amazing!! Last time we were served homemade waffles with fresh strawberries. This time it was an avocado and tomato omelet-delicious! This place does not have all the bells and whistles of a fancy hotel but has the charm, warmth and friendliness you would want from a bed and breakfast. When in the area we would not stay anywhere else!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom England
A Garden OasisPosted Jul 13, 2014
Pros: The garden and the breakfasts were excellent.
Location: Convenient for Virginia City's centre, but far enough away from the bustle of people. Wonderful restaurant behind the B&B - try the Old Cider Factory
In stayed here earlier in July and had a thoroughly enjoyable experience. The room was comfortable and the hostess and her husband were extremely friendly and helpful. I loved the tranquil garden which proved to be a lovely oasis of calm in which to relax.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Charming hotelPosted Jul 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
Spent one night - cute courtyard, small but nice room, easy walk into town. :-)
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Northumberland England
A jewel in the cityPosted Jul 9, 2014
Pros: Very close to town. Excellent hosts with a knowledge of information and a lovely restaurant
Location: Close to town. Ride on V&T train, meal at Cider Factory in Inn
Spent 3 nights here . Hosts were very pleasant and accommodating. Gave us plenty of information about the area and its surroundings. Breakfast was not what you expect it was better always a hot cooked meal. Gardens pleasant to sit in. A very enjoyable stay.