"The views of the canyon and the sunrises were terrific! Our only regret is that we have to leave." A Former Guest Enjoy the Virginia City of the Late 1800's. Enhance your visit by staying in period accommodations at Virginia City's finest and oldest Country Inn. Edith Palmer's Country Inn was established in a Victorian home built in 1863, before Nevada began a state. Edith Palmer, an internationally renowned chef, started the Inn after she bought the property in 1948. In the year 2000, current owners Pat and Leisa Findley began to return the Inn to it's original floor plan. This lead to the discovery of the original use of the rock room to the rear of the property, an 1863 Cider Factory. These two buildings are joined by two adjacent Victorian Houses to complete the property. An additional 1870's house will soon become part of the inn.
5 on June 22, 2013
We stayed here during our wedding anniversary. We stayed in the Marilyn Monroe room. All I have to say is AMAZING!!! I have already spoken to my friends and family about this place. They can't wait to come visit. This town is also amazing. WE WILL BE BACK!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much Pat and Leisa for everything you do/did to make our stay amazing!!!
5 on March 23, 2012
When we arrived our hostess was waiting for us. She checked us in and showed us around. At breakfast we she served a fantstic meal. While we ate, we talked about what we wanted to do while we were in Virginia City. We asked our hostess for things to see and do and she made a few reccomendations. While we sat there she gave us a little history of the city, places to go things to see and where the goasts were. Aperantly there is a little girl goast in a blue dress that shows up every once in a while. As we explored the town we constantly kept an eye out for the little girl in the blue dress. We had a geat time thanks to our host. We look forward to visiting Virginia City again and staying at Eidth Palmer's Country Inn.
3.8 on August 07, 2011
My wife and I enjoyed a quiet evening and a wonderful breakfast at this inn. It is perfectly fitting in such a town, took us back in time!
5 on August 03, 2011
This is a secret hide-out for sll things history. A learning experience from arrival until departure. The hostess Leisa has the most interesting tales and information on the whole history of Virginia City. The breakfasts were exceptionally good and very creative. A must see experience for youg and old.
5 on February 26, 2011
Great place to spend a couple of nights. Leisa keep us entertained during our gourmet breakfast with information on the town of Virgina City.The B&B was located in a perfect spot with great views from our windows(James Flood Room), at the end of the street and very quiet. The rooms were clean and very nicely decorated. This was our first stay at a B&B we will be sure to visit this B&B again and will try out some others due to our experience at Edith palmer's Country Inn.
5 on March 25, 2010
Virginia City was a stop along the way for me and my girlfriend on our road trip. We didn't want to stay in Reno or Sparks. Edith Palmer's was probably our favorite part of the whole town. The innkeeper, Leisa, made sure we were well fed and well informed when we had questions about the area. Wonderful B&B.
4.8 on February 17, 2010
We didn't know what to expect, so when we pulled up it was dark and eclectic. The room was very quaint and cozy. No phone was great. We had a great stay, loved it and Leisa the proprietor was wonderful. She even made us breakfast and gave us a tour! We'll come again!
5 on May 21, 2009
I never felt so taken care of at a hotel or inn! Breakfast was amazing, the rooms were beautiful. All in all, it was a terrific place to go to get away from it all!
4.4 on May 06, 2009
Very nice atmosphere. Calm environment not a far walk from the main street. Good breakfast, pleasant stay, great town.
5 on March 27, 2009
Talking with innkeepers, Pat and Leisa, was certainly a pleasure. Our stay provided fond memories that we will always treasure.
The famous "One Hundred Mile View" down 6-mile canyon to the Carson Plains and beyond can be seen from the east facing windows in this upstairs room. Guests always mention the "wow" factor of the glorious sunrises viewed from this room. This upstairs room has a queen-sized brass bed and private bath with a tub/shower.
$149 - $149
While filming the MISFITS in nearby Dayton, Marilyn Monroe stayed in this room. Sunbeams stream throughout this upstairs room in the afternoon. It has a queen bed and a hide-a-way twin bed can be used for a third person, an extra person charge applies if used. The private bathroom has a shower.
$159 - $159
South facing windows in this upstairs room overlook the historic Fourth Ward School below on C Street with the Pine Nut Mountains in the background. One of the most private rooms at the Inn, it is owner Pat's favorite. It has a queen four poster bed and a private bath with a tub/shower.
$159 - $159
This downstairs room is named for Pat's grandmother and is distinguished by a bay window which overlooks the courtyard. It has a queen bed and the private bathroom has a bathtub/shower.
$139 - $139
Evelyn's room is named after Leisa's mother. This is our smallest room, but guests describe it as very comfortable and cozy. You enter the room through a private entrance on the courtyard. It has a queen bed and the bathroom has a bathtub/shower.
$99 - $99
This downstairs kitchenette has an outside entrance through a small yard which blooms in the summer with multiple colors of hollyhocks. It has a bedroom with a queen, and a double hide-a-bed in the living area. There is a private bath with a tub/shower. The kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator, a range, a microwave oven and a dinette as well as dinnerware and cookware. Breakfast and housekeeping, except for clean towels daily, are not included with the kitchenetttes. Breakfast can be added for an additional charge.
$159 - $159
Nestled against Sun Mountain, the afternoon sun lights up these rooms and since the windows face west, the colors of the sunset which usually draws from the whole color spectrum, can be enjoyed. This suite has a bedroom with a queen bed, a private bath with a tub/shower, and a double hide-a-bed in the living area. The kitchenette is equipped with a coffee maker, refrigerator, range, a microwave oven and a dinette along with cookware and dinnerware. Breakfast and housekeeping, except for clean towels daily, are not included with the kitchenettes. Breakfast can be added for an additional charge.
$159 - $159
The Jim Fair room has both west and south facing windows allowing views of the fruit trees to the rear of the building and overlooking the garden seating area to the south. It is downstairs and to the rear of the house. Guests who have stayed in this room request it again and again. It has a queen bed and a private bath with tub/shower.
$119 - $119
Edith's room is the original upstairs Master Suite for this 1863 residence and one of the most requested rooms. It remains true to its beginnings with the original doors and door trim, and windows with little bubbles in the glass of the panes that have survived without having to be replaced. The morning sun will gently greet you. The queen bed is an antique iron and brass bed that has been in Virginia City for well over a century. The bathroom is of generous size and has a bathtub/shower.
$159 - $159
The James Flood room is the Inn's largest downstairs room and the only room with the canyon view without having to climb stairs. It has a queen bed and a private bath with a tub/shower. Guests request this room over and over after staying once.
$129 - $129
Largest US Historical Landmark, 1860's Silver Mine, 1860's Old West Town, Working Gold and Silver Mines, Working 1860's Steam Train, Countryside, Desert, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Reno, NV (RNO-Reno Cannon Intl.) 30 miles
From Reno, take Interstate 80 South and exit to State Route 341 to Virginia City. From Carson City, take US 50 East to State Route 341 and then take State Route 342 to Virginia City. Once in Virginia City, these routes become C Street. Turn West across from the Fourth Ward School Museum onto B Street. The Inn is the first three buildings on the left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Lake Tahoe, Reno, Nevada's Capital City of Carson City, Ski Resorts, 4-Wheeling, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ruins, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Alarm clock, Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Parking, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Individual Room Heat Control, Hair Dryer on Request, Iron on Request
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Internet Service, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Bird watching, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, 1860's Silver Mine Tours; Old Western Shootout Show; Mining, School, Hospital, Police, Firemen's, and Historic Church Museums; 1860's Mansions, Saloons, Boardwalk, Opera House; V&T Steam Engine Train, Stagecoach, Trolley, Horse & Carriage Rides; Historic Cemeteries; Ghost Tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , On Request, each guest is asked for any dietary restrictions at check-in so that we don't serve anyone food that may make them ill or that violates their religion, etc.
Our own recipe for the best pancakes we have ever tasted with a raspberry sauce and raspberry-walnut butter. Our guests agree that these are well worth getting up in the morning to enjoy along with an incredible cup of coffee, or choice from our extensive selection of teas (blacks, greens, and herbals) and choice of juice.