SUTTER CREEK, CA — There are many reasons for choosing a Bed & Breakfast on your next vacation excursion.  From receiving institutional and local knowledge from your hosts to the feeling of home while being away, it is a romantic and wonderful way to experience a new town.  And then sometimes the breakfast stands alone.  Some fruit, some fluffy eggs, a combination of juices, coffee and tea, why not have both?

GreyGablesGrey Gables Inn in Sutter Creek offers eight comfortable and large guest rooms, a formal dining room, and a large parlor with a double alcove. Guests often remark that this Sutter Creek Inn has the unmistakable look and feel of an English Country Manor.

Outside this Sutter Creek bed and breakfast, red bricked pathways lead the way to a terraced garden that invites a stroll through the arbors, or quiet conversation in seclusion among the vines and flowers. Leave your cares behind as you delight in birds splashing in the fountains or twittering about in the wisteria.  A beautiful haven in Sutter Creek, California.

In true English tradition, there is afternoon tea and cake served in the Grey Gables Inn parlor. In the evening, wine and hors d’oeuvres are available.

The full breakfast, served on fine bone china, is a delight for the senses, as the aroma of fresh coffee, fruits, and juices precede and accompany each morning’s tasty culinary creation.

Innkeepers, Roger and Sue Garlick provide concierge services that include suggestions for touring the Amador Wine Country located throughout the Shenandoah Valley. They help with ideas for best enjoying the Gold Country experience. And they assist with dinner reservations at the many highly esteemed Sutter Creek, Amador, Ione, Volcano and Plymouth restaurants.


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