Virginia City Bed & Breakfast
Park Your Slippers Under One of Our Beds!
Virginia City bed and breakfasts provide an elegant and rich experience in lodging. All of our B&Bs are historic buildings, with heritages steeped in Comstock history. The "B" Street House Inn, originally built in 1875, underwent an award-winning restoration in 2007 and is now a three-bedroom guest inn. Edith Palmer's Country Inn was established in a Victorian home built in 1863. Originally, the rock building to the rear of Edith Palmer's was used as a cider factory. After the Great Fire of 1875 burned down most of Virginia City, Herman J. Harris bought the lots on where the Cobb Mansion is located, and built a home that now serves as a beautiful and classy B&B.
B Street House Bed and Breakfast
Cobb Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Edith Palmer's Country Inn
Hotels & Motels
Virginia City and Gold Hill, the area known as the Comstock, has over 150 rooms available for the traveler to stay. Clean and comfortable with a Victorian flavor, our hotels offer modern and historic Comstock flair. Our wide range of accommodations ensure that all of our visitors are happy and satisfied. There's even St. Mary's Art and Retreat Center for those looking for a getaway with plenty of space. At St Mary's, groups can enjoy fifteen rooms and six acres of the surrounding property.
Hotels & Motels
Gold Hill Hotel
Silver Queen Hotel
Silverland Inn and Suites
Virginia City Inn
Tahoe House Hotel
Sugarloaf Mountain Motel & Market
St. Mary’s Art & Retreat Center
Recreational Vehicle Park
Virginia City RV Park
Virginia City Room Counts:
Total room counts will fluctuate - St. Mary’s Art Center is not a lodging facility but can be used for large groups.