Bed and Breakfasts
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 and lore.
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 perfectly complements your historic stay.
Visit each online to make reservations, confirm specific amenities and for any special accommodation needs.
The B Street House
Enjoy the elegance of the Old West in this fully restored 1875 Victorian home in the heart of historic Virginia City. This property offers three charming upstairs guest rooms with private tub/shower combination bathrooms, luxury amenities, free Wi-Fi, antique décor and full European style breakfast. The European style breakfast is served in the parlor at an 1870s dining table. Afternoon tea time features home-baked cookies, candies, nuts and fresh fruit with an assortment of coffees and teas. Common areas include parlor and library with many books about Nevada and the American West. The outdoor gardens are devoted to heritage and antique fruit trees and flowers and feature a fountain and numerous bird baths.
58 North B Street
Room Count: 3
Cobb Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Experience a step back in time while staying in an elegantly restored three story 1876 Victorian Italianate mansion. Luxury accommodations furnished in period antiques enhance your Victorian experience. Six rooms, all with private bath, free Wi-Fi, central heat, AC, Cable TV and DVD player. One room on first floor for physically challenged guests. Full gourmet breakfast served among the beauty of numerous antiques.
Edith Palmer’s Country Inn
Breathe in the fragrance of spring blossoming underfoot to the tops of the flowering trees. Stargaze under summer starlit sky. Awaken to the sunrise filtering through the yellow and gold fall foliage in the canyons below. Sit down to a winter breakfast next to a flickering fire. Touch history. Hear quiet as never before. Watch birds and butterflies in the rock walled gardens. Experience that which compelled Marilyn Monroe to humbly write, “May I always be a welcome guest.”
416 South B Street
Room Count: 10