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Beautiful old time hotel which takes you back in time, but is cozy and comfortable with the modern conveniences you need. We especially enjoyed sitting out on the upper
balcony with a glass of wine, just watching very little going by. Friendly staff, comfortable bed,...More
The Mother Lode Scots has had their Robert Burns Supper here in 2015 & 2016, couldn't have asked for better service and excellent food. To top it off, the perfect ambiance for the occasion.
The Mother Lode Highland Games had need of several rooms Again,...More
We stayed in the annex, garden suites. No one to check us in, but the key was next to the bar, front entrance. Room was fine. Gas stove and whirlpool bath were a nice touch. Note that Amador city is only open for business Thursday...More
There really is hardly anything to this tiny place but Amador City is so charming. The one hotel was in the middle of refurbishment but that didn't stop them taking guests into their delightful cottage across the street.
Staff were lovely and they brought our...More
Stopped in for a dinner for two and a bottle of wine. We were blown away by how good everything was. Service was friendly. The food was abundant, fresh and very good. In the past 20 years the dining has gone up and down, but...More
US$99 - US$133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Have not stayed in that room, but I hear it is a good room. The staff very friendly and helpful. Amador City is quite nice, historic. If you go wine tasting stop in Fiddletown there's a candy shop, Distant Cellars and Il... More
Have not stayed in that room, but I hear it is a good room. The staff very friendly and helpful. Amador City is quite nice, historic. If you go wine tasting stop in Fiddletown there's a candy shop, Distant Cellars and Il Gioiello wineries. Then take the back road to the other wineries in Shenandoah Valley
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"one of the rooms at the front with your own porch"