One night stay as part of a Silver Wedding Anniversary tour of the US. Grey Gables is set in a quiet residential street about 5 minutes walk from the Main Street in Sutter Creek, with ample, safe, parking. The owners, Sue and Roger, are wonderfully welcoming and provide a delicious afternoon tea as well as a complimentary cheese and wine hour, which is a great way to meet other guests. The rooms are spotlessly clean and are each named after Romantic Poets. We stayed in the upstairs Wordsworth room, which has highly floral decor - as does the whole establishment. Having lived through the Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady craze in the UK, this felt rather like stepping into a time warp, and Laura Ashley shares must go up every time the house is redecorated, but strangely, it really works. There is a timeless serenity here, with an air of gentility and genuine warmth to the welcome. Breakfast was delicious and beautifully presented (again in keeping with the floral English theme) and the room rates provide very good value for money (even given the dismal current exchange rate). The bathroom had a large powerful shower, with ample hot water and lovely toiletries. We would definitely stay here again if we return to Sutter Creek.
Only reason i didn't give rooms a higher rating is because ours was relatively small. Everything else was great but I would also add that parking is difficult if you come with a vehicle. The owner is a wonderful lady and some of the art work in the home is worth the price of admission. Again a great place to stay!
The B&B is top notch and charming and in a great locale. We stayed in the Garden Room and enjoyed a spacious and comfortable room and lovely view. Homemade cookies and especially breakfast were fabulous. We recommend and will come back!
We had a wonderful time, Sue and Roger really care about their guests. The rooms were charming and breakfast was a treat. This is a great place to stay if you just want to get away and have a relaxing few days from the daily grind. Thanks for a great experience
Grey Gables Inn is worth a visit just for the beautiful rooms ,house and garden ,when you add the afternoon tea ,the pre dinner drinks with Rodger & Sue andfellow guests it is truly a unique experience. Worth the trip from Australia. Sheila & Keith .
This was our second stay at the Hotel Leger. This 19th Century building and town is a fun stop in its own right, and a nice location from which to explore the southern gold country. The food was absolutely outstanding! The saloon is a great one, and a local haunt. Speaking of haunts -- no sign of ghosts during our visit...
We stayed for one night and were pleased. Our cottage room was charming, and the attached bathroom was huge. The bed was like a cloud. Dinner and breakfast in their restaurant was delicious - the corn chowder was amazing!
A stay at the Imperial Hotel is like a trip back in time to the Gold Rush days! Nicely appointed with antique furniture, yet complete with creature comforts like a jacuzzi bath tub, your stay at the Imperial will most certainly be memorable. And with Andrae's Bakery right down the street, you'll have a difficult decision choosing between a sumptuous scone or the Imperial's included breakfast.
Wife and I were celebrating our anniversary doing some wine tasting and after doing some research we stumbled onto a gem. The Imperial Hotel was a great stay. Rooms are beautiful in a great small city feel. The staff was warm and helpful and the food was outstanding. They had made a reservation at Taste for us and everything was great. Defiantly coming back!
As the categories suggest, almost everything about the Imperial was wonderful. The place was a paragon of understated elegance, a modern look acheived by highlighting the original architectural features, excellent service from reception to restaurant to bar. The room was exceptionally comfortable - even with three of us sharing. In terms of accomodation I doubt it oculd be better. The only niggle was the food, particularly breakfast, where the availability was infelxible and indeed minor requests were received with what may charitably called confusion. It was not the feeling we wanted to leave such a beautiful place with.
A lovely place, well kept, quiet location, quaint town, special rooms. The Innkeepers are super people, the food is sumptuous and plentiful, tea early afternoon, wine at 6 PM, enormous breakfast. Have stayed here more than once, and never disappointed.....
The Grey Gables is like staying in a inn back 100 years ago with all the comforts of modern life. The furniture and decorations let you imagine being back during the gold rush. Very easy walk to downtown Sutter Creek for wine tasting, shopping and food.
We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay with Sue and Roger. They are the consummate hosts. The attention to small details sets this B&B apart from so many others. We were unable to stay for breakfast but had enjoyed the dinner house Sue recommended for us. Thanks This survey requires a rating for the onsite dining which we didn't partake and so gave an average score. Come on, why can't it be left blank or have an I Don't Know choice.
We discovered this place years ago and fell in love with it. We choose to stay there every year because of all the things checked above; also we go there in conjunction with the annual Sutter Ragtime Festival the second weekend in August.
My husband and I needed to come to the area for business. The staff was really helpful with directions. The room (in the annex) was charming. We have a lovely meal in the restaurant. We will definitely return.
This is a lovely bed and breakfast with super friendly staff. We stayed in a building across the street because it has a pet-friendly room. We didn't realize when we booked that on Mondays & Tuesdays the entire town is shut down, so I wouldn't advise to stay on those days unless you'll be away from the area. The breakfast was delicious and everyone was nice & helpful. I would stay here again!