Virginia City is the largest historic district in the United States. Founded in 1859 upon the discovery of the Comstock Lode, the richest silver ore discovered to date, Virginia City became the cosmopolitan rival of San Francisco. Millionaires were made overnight in the wild mining stock speculation of the 1860s. Today tourists enjoy the Old West atmosphere, picturesque buildings, most built after the 1875 Great Fire, and the wide open spaces of Nevada.
The B Street House features three themed guest rooms
, all upstairs, with a library and parlor downstairs for guests' use. Out side there is off-street parking and a garden area featuring native and Victorian plants.
The Sam Davis Room features the 100 mile view from the east-facing window. The V&T Railroad room has a west facing window, and Uncle Henry's room features a skylight for romantic starry night skies.
Virginia City offers several fine restaurants and award-winn
ing museums, train ride, trolley and carriage tours, mine tours, cemetery tours, and shopping.
Policies & Restrictions
Not suitable for small children
Rates & Availability
Rates: $99 to $139
We offer mid-week discounts, and have several special packages like our "Stay-a-Little-Longer" or our "Romantic Getaway".