There is a cozy familiarity with this Bed and Breakfast. The rooms are comfortable, bathrooms clean, and breakfast is a feast of fruit and traditional american breakfast items. We will be staying here again.
Great place to stop over and visit Cathedral Gorge park. Community small and rural, the room was nicely furnished with a great size bathroom. Breakfast good standard eggs, sausage & french toast - enough to get the day started. Would definitely be worth a return trip.
This charming Bed and Breakfast, in quiet rural Panaca, NV was a last minute accommodation and I was glad I found it. I had the privilege to stay in their "cabin" and it was awesome. The morning air had the smell of fresh cut alfalfa and reminded me of early childhood in the mid-west. I would recommend this Bed and Breakfast to my friends and family. For my first experience at a B & B, Pine Tree Inn has set the bar for any future B & B's that I may stay at.
A group of seven of us stayed at the Pine Tree Inn so we could work at the Lincoln County Fair. Four of us stayed in two of the rooms inside the main house and three of us stayed in the large cabin. The rooms in the house were cozy and the cabin was quite spacious. Having two kids with us made the cabin great. We didn't have to worry about disturbing any of the other guests. We were greeted with hearty breakfasts each morning (eggs, sausage, pancakes, potatoes, fresh fruit, ...). At night we were able to sit out on the patio and watch shooting stars. We didn't want to leave.
My husband and three other couples had a wonderful 4 day stay at the Pine Tree Inn over the 4th of July holiday. Carol and Jenny are extremely generous hosts and excellent cooks. We were allowed to use the well equipped kitchen to cook our evening meals. We enjoyed our exploration of Lincoln Count--the Pine Tree Inn was an outstanding "base camp."
This was our second stay at the house for hunting trips. The house is always clean and comfortable, everything you need. The owner always makes us breakfast sandwiches and leaves them in the fridge for us to warm up before we leave early in the morning.We will definitely be back!
We stayed in the cabin which was beautifully furnished. Owner was friendly and helpful. She had warned us ahead of time there was no place within the city to eat but recommended several places nearby once we got there. Two minor issues: I had informed at booking that one of our party was vegetarian and was told it was no problem but no note was made of it as far as serving breakfast. There was still plenty for him to eat. Also once there, we were told to call, but no one answered the 3 numbers I called (plus, not a good policy in an area where not everyone gets service if you're from out of town). We went around to the backdoor and the owner either heard us or had just picked up her message (wouldn't you be anticipating it if you knew someone was coming in?)
We had a lovely stay at the bed and breakfast. We were asked what time we wanted breakfast the afternoon we arrived and awoke to wonderful aromas coming from the kitchen. We didn't realize that we were on our own to get fresh towels and that there was a hairdryer in the common bathroom but not the individual rooms. We were up and out too early for breakfast the next day but caught breakfast again on the last day of our stay. Delightful and comfortable accommodations.
The Pine Tree Inn exceeded our expectations. Needed a quite & relaxing place to get away from city life with my wife. Perfect timing for Mother's Day. Jenny was awesome, went out of her way to make us feel right at home. Would go back again!
Only lodging in this tiny ranching community. Its tucked back away in a residential neighborhood so bring your GPS or ask one of the friendly folks in town how to get to Jenny's B&B
A very nice treat to stay in the small pioneer town of Panaca. It's a good location for exploring some of Nevada's most beautiful and unique state parks. Had to drive to Pioche for dinner but the Silver Cafe's chicken fried steak was outstanding. Jenny was as nice and helpful as a body could be. She was headed out of town herself but baked us some wonderful Cinnamon Rolls. Our room was nice, a bit small which is typical but with no closet or place to hang clothes. Bath and bed was very comfortable. Would like to come back when the weather is a bit warmer to enjoy some of the outdoor seating areas. Bruce and Carol B.
We stayed here two nights in Aug 2014. Great food, comfortable room, friendly owner. Nearest cafe is about 15 miles away, but you can buy a steak at the local grocery and use the grill on the deck. We would stay here again.
We stayed as a family in the log cabin for a night when travelling from Bryce Canyon to Sierra Nevada. We were positively surprised by the log cabin and had a very relaxing night after a long drive. Jenny is a great host and we enjoyed the marvellous breakfast that was being served in the living room of the main building next to the log cabin. Communication was very easy and we would definitely stay there again if we happen to visit the area again. We highly recommend the place!
This is a great place if you're looking for a base to explore a very interesting rural section of Nevada. The B&B is located near the center of the very small town of Panaca. And the town is located between two other similar sized towns, each just about 15 miles away. Yet each town seemed to be very different. Panaca is a Mormon community: Caliente is a railroad town, and Pioche is an old mining town. And each is worth exploring. In fact, you have to go to one of the other towns for dinner because there is no restaurant in Panaca. Our room was clean and cool and the bed was comfortable. And both our hostess and the other guests were very pleasant.
The place is immaculate. The hostess (Jenny) is charming. The bed (at least ours) was very comfortable, and the breakfast was cooked to order--with a few additional touches. The bedrooms are small--as usual with most B&Bs--with limited room for luggage--but are nicely appointed/furnished. The only negative is lack of good dining in Panaca; the Brandin' Iron in Caliente is good. Travelling Texans
There was no place to eat close by, we had to drive to a near by town to get something to eat and to find a grocery store I assumed because of the name "bakery" they would have sandwichs and baked goods. Other than that it was great and I would stay there again