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The Cornelius Daly Inn in Eureka is a turn-key bed and breakfast on California's beautiful North Coast. Built in 1905, the Daly Inn is an exquisite example of a colonial revival mansion. The original owner, Cornelius Daly, built the mansion for his family, and it has served guests in Eureka since it was converted into a bed and breakfast in 1990. The five guest rooms feature Victorian decor with hardwood floors and are accompanied by modern amenities, as is the innkeeper's quarters.
With a working fireplace and tiger oak paneling to set the friendly atmosphere, the Dining Room is where guests gather for breakfast. The storage space is built-in, including a cabinet with glass doors and a large buffet. Breakfast is served from a small hallway from the kitchen, which has 14 knotty pine cabinets, a dishwasher, two ovens, four burners, a flat grill, and a refrigerator.
Annie Murphy's Room is perfect for a couple looking to relax. The French oak bedroom suite is complete with a gentlemen’s armoire and a ladies’ dressing table. For guests traveling with children, this room is often booked with Annie Murphy's Room, as the two rooms share a separate large bathroom and Miss Martha's Room features two twin beds.

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