B Street House
58 B St, Virginia City, NV

B Street House

58 B St
Virginia City, NV 89440
B Street House, Virginia City — The B Street House Bed&Breakfast in the heart of Virginia City NV offers the Elegance of the Old West. Your stay in the fully restored 1876 Henry Piper house will be an unforgettable one. The inn features three guest rooms in period furniture, and a full gourmet breakfast
58 B St
Virginia City, NV 89440
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An elegant Bed and Breakfast inn in the heart of Virginia City, Nevada.
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B Street House, Virginia City — Unle Henry's room. Uncle Henry would have enjoyed this coziest of rooms decorated in rose red. This room features a sky light to help you enjoy the starry night sky and northern Virginia City views. This room overlooks the gardens. A clothes armoire, queen-sized bed and, of course, private bath, will make your stay a comfortable and relaxing one.

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B Street House, Virginia City — Unle Henry's room. Uncle Henry would have enjoyed this coziest of rooms decorated in rose red. This room features a sky light to help you enjoy the starry night sky and northern Virginia City views. This room overlooks the gardens. A clothes armoire, queen-sized bed and, of course, private bath, will make your stay a comfortable and relaxing one.B Street House, Virginia City — The Sam Davis room is our largest guest room. Fronting on B Street, the huge picture window provides the famed 100-mile view of Virginia City and central Nevada. Decorated in stylish tones of blue with Eastlake furniture, the room has a sitting area, antique armoire and queen-sized bed with “sleeping on a cloud” comfort. Named for Samuel Post Davis, a guest in this house in 1878, you will enjoy the spacious charm of this ample guest room. Sam Davis, a reporter for the Virginia Evening Chronicle in 1878, went on to local fame as the editor of the Carson City Morning Appeal, and later served as a Nevada State Controller.B Street House, Virginia City — V&TRR Room. Can you hear the whistle of the Virginia & Truckee Railroad? Facing the west, this spacious guest room boasts a large window with expansive views of towering Mount Davidson. When the sun sets, listen carefully for coyotes in the hills around town. Decorated in the restful colors of Nevada sage, you may even view the sagebrush on the hills west of town from this room. This is our second-largest room and holds an armoire for clothes, queen-sized bed and furnishings in historic Louis XV style.
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