Genoa House Inn
Historic Genoa, near Lake Tahoe and Carson City in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, is Nevada's oldest town. It is the location of this authentic Victorian home listed in the National Register of Historical Places. The house has been restored to the charm and tranquility of an earlier time. A.C. Pratt, a newspaper publisher, built the house in 1872 for his family. The Genoa House Inn operated as a Bed & Breakfast Inn, but is now a private residence.
The Blue Room
The Blue Room is accented in a soft gray-blue with mahogany antiques and a queen bed. The private bath in the hall is equipped with a Jacuzzi tub and an overhead shower.
The Rose Room
The Rose Room is accented in mallard green and burgundy, has a hand-made barn wood queen-size bed, and is furnished with Victorian antiques. This spacious room has a private balcony and large, stained glass windows.
The Garden Room
The Garden Room offers a queen bed and is accessed by a gentle path leading across the yard to a covered porch with a private entrance. Take a relaxing bath in the clawfoot bathtub.
Archived in October, 2010
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