The Swan Levine House, the oldest Grass Valley Bed and Breakfast, has a unique history as a local hospital turned art center. The largest of Grass Valley’s Bed and Breakfasts, this Queen Anne Victorian building sits back on a hill overlooking the town through its grand Magnolia trees. The Bed and Breakfast features four large guest rooms with private baths, sitting rooms and lots of public rooms with a large library and art collection. Check out the August 2008 issue Old House Journal for a four-page spread about the Swan Levine House!
4.6 on July 28, 2010
I am an Artist....staying at the Swan Levine was a real sensory experience for me! I have stayed here several times and I always find something new to see that I absolutely love. The home is GIANT....the garden is a tangly mass of color! Filled with light,cats,artwork and a real sense of warmth...this is a must stay experience if you appreciate art at all. Howard and Peggy are really amazing people who are involved with their community and it shows. The food was perfect...we are not big eaters...Peggy was gracious enough to provide us with fruit,coffee and a little banana bread..just enough to sate you without making you feel like you just ate a brick! The views from the rooms are really great and you are close enough to walk into town for dinner,shows,shopping....I love it and we will always choose to stay here-
3.4 on October 29, 2008
Returning for yet another stay at this Inn is like returning to a place as comfortable as your own home, but a lot more interesting. It's just like going to good friend's home to catch up with them since the last visit.
Peggy and Howard Levine