As always, we enjoyed our stay at Lucinda's Inn with Lucinda and Daryl. They're always inviting hosts with warmth in their hearts and in their Inn. We never miss an opportunity to stay with them when we're in the area.
We spent two nights in one of the suites. Beautifully appointed in every way. Heated tile floor and cozy towels in the bathroom. TV and gas fireplace visible from King bed. Would highly recommend staying here. Breakfast in the morning was amazing. Close to downtown....you could walk if you like. Make sure to drive to Plymouth for dinner at Taste!!
Perfect place for a two day stay. Amador City is a very small town, but it is nestled between Sutter Creek and all the vineyards in Plymouth, Ca. Although the rooms were rather Spartan, the owners and helpers were great and our breakfasts were first class. We had dinner in the hotel the first night and we enjoyed it immensely.
For more than 50 years I have been in the hospitality business and therefore I have very high expectations, but they are not met often. Lucinda's was a very pleasant surprise. The Bed and Breakfast facility was designed perfectly to allow interactions when one wants and comfortable privacy when you want that. All the rooms were beautifully appointed, and the bathrooms are luxurious. Aside from the accommodations, the Sullivan's are perfect hosts. They make you feel like family. You will be welcome at all the wineries when you mention Lucinda's. Michael from Reno
We have become regulars at Lucinda's, and have now taken three other couples to stay on various visits. All look forward to returning. The suites are spacious and designed for comfort, views into the trees and light. Beds are supremely comfortable (even for my two meter tall husband). The separate sitting area means one can stay up into the evening while the other retires and is able to sleep. Cindy and Daryl provide excellent advice on which wineries to visit, what else you might do and dining options. Breakfasts offer a variety of options and they are very attuned to any dietary needs. For nature lovers there is a real variety of wildlife. You will see and hear many species of birds, are nearly certain to see deer, and likely to observe a fox or other small critters. It tells you something that we live nearly 500 miles away and still manage to visit at least twice a year.
We enjoyed our stay with Cindy and Daryl beyond measure! They are delightful and the breakfasts outstanding! Fell in love with the Vineyard Room. Cozy and elegant. We will definately stay here again! Mark & Loni Ditsworth
Sue & Roger were wonderful, The room was amazing & hospitality exceptional. This is a first class Bed & Breakfast. Definitely would go back when we're out in that area. I would say one of the nicest Bed & Breakfasts I've ever seen.
My husband and I came here for our 1st anniversary. We giggled at all of the cute old decor and touches. We were warmly welcomed and the help didn't stop to exceed our expectations every minute we were there. Private parking, comfy bed, warm fireplace, quiet room, large bathroom and DELICIOUS two course breakfast. Also some of the best coffee I've ever had came with breakfast that was delivered to us in our room. Great wineries and restaurants around there to make it a great romantic getaway.
We have stayed at the other B&Bs in Fair Play & the surrounding area. First time at Lucinda's - won't be the last! It was clean, quiet, very spacious, comfortable, and welcoming. Enjoyed snacks & wine from Iverson's (available on Friday & Saturday). Everything we needed was there or available. Wonderful! Gary & Beth, Sparks NV
We loved staying at your hotel as always! Two very minor things to look into. The sink faucet in bathroom worked fine but seemed only loosely attached to the sink. And the close-up mirror wobbled on the wall and felt like it might come off.
This was our second use of the Imperial Hotel as a home base for wine tasting in Amador County. We thoroughly enjoyed the Imperial, the quiet town of Amador City, and will definitely be back in the future!
We loved the charm of the old hotel. We had Room 2 which has a balcony and we enjoyed sitting out there imagining how the town might have looked in the 1800's. The next morning we watched a flock of wild turkeys mosey down the empty street. If you love history and old places, the Imperial Hotel and Amador City are a treat. We stayed at the Imperial on a Monday so the dining room was not open for dinner. This was my oversight. We did enjoy breakfast in the dining room the next morning.
(Daydreams) ... are the lingering benefits that come with a stay at the Imperial Hotel. How many times do we go somewhere and lodge in someplace forgettable? Too many times! Every so often - especially during the stressful "real" life I live - my mind plays a pleasant background visual of just sitting on the balcony upstairs with a glass of local Barbera at sunset (or in the moonlight after a fantastic dinner downstairs) looking down Main Street with my fiance. Time stood still for a couple of days there in Amador City as we took it all in. Thaaaaank you for another escape!
One night stay as part of a Silver Wedding Anniversary tour of the US. Grey Gables is set in a quiet residential street about 5 minutes walk from the Main Street in Sutter Creek, with ample, safe, parking. The owners, Sue and Roger, are wonderfully welcoming and provide a delicious afternoon tea as well as a complimentary cheese and wine hour, which is a great way to meet other guests. The rooms are spotlessly clean and are each named after Romantic Poets. We stayed in the upstairs Wordsworth room, which has highly floral decor - as does the whole establishment. Having lived through the Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady craze in the UK, this felt rather like stepping into a time warp, and Laura Ashley shares must go up every time the house is redecorated, but strangely, it really works. There is a timeless serenity here, with an air of gentility and genuine warmth to the welcome. Breakfast was delicious and beautifully presented (again in keeping with the floral English theme) and the room rates provide very good value for money (even given the dismal current exchange rate). The bathroom had a large powerful shower, with ample hot water and lovely toiletries. We would definitely stay here again if we return to Sutter Creek.
Only reason i didn't give rooms a higher rating is because ours was relatively small. Everything else was great but I would also add that parking is difficult if you come with a vehicle. The owner is a wonderful lady and some of the art work in the home is worth the price of admission. Again a great place to stay!
The B&B is top notch and charming and in a great locale. We stayed in the Garden Room and enjoyed a spacious and comfortable room and lovely view. Homemade cookies and especially breakfast were fabulous. We recommend and will come back!
We had a wonderful time, Sue and Roger really care about their guests. The rooms were charming and breakfast was a treat. This is a great place to stay if you just want to get away and have a relaxing few days from the daily grind. Thanks for a great experience