Conveniently located near Old Town Placerville
Posted Oct 16, 2016
We were greeted warmly by our B&B host. He gave us a tour of the home and then gave directions for walking to Old Town Placerville. One of his recommendations for dinner in OT was the Heyday Cafe, and we were delighted with the healthy food choices and the gracious service. The prices were reasonable, as well.
Our B&B room had a lock and key for it's main door, but the patio door to our room was not able to be locked. It appeared to be broken, and I shared my concern with the host when checking out.
The breakfast table service, which was set on an attractive fabric tablecloth, was eye candy. However, the breakfast appeared to be the "heat and serve" type. In all fairness to the host (we never saw the hostess during our stay), I do not know if my perception was true. Of the four plates served that morning to guests, each egg dish was cooked exactly the same and looked exactly the same after being plated. Even though tasty, the eggs, deli ham, and toast did not taste freshly cooked from scratch.
My husband and I enjoyed our leisurely conversation with the other couple at the B&B breakfast time. One of the benefits of a B&B is in meeting people from all over the world and the USA, sharing a meal together at a leisurely pace and in a pleasant atmosphere. To me, this is one of the most memorable blessings of staying in a B&B.