High Country Inn
Bed and Breakfast
Sierra City, California
Come away from the noise, the
traffic, the crowds...
Come to the High Country Inn.
High Country Inn is located in western Sierra County, California. We are just off Highway 49, the famous “Golden Chain Highway” that winds its way through the historic California Gold Rush country of the Sierra Nevada. The North Yuba River flows swiftly by our rooms, literally at our doorstep. The awesome Sierra Buttes tower above us, providing an incredible backdrop to the beauty of the Inn itself.
The awesome Sierra Buttes tower above us, providing an incredible backdrop to the beauty
of the Inn itself.
A unique Inn with outstanding ambiance spectacular view from each room, hearty gourmet breakfasts, private trout pond, soothing sounds of the river, all will enhance your stay at the High Country Inn. We’re generally open from Memorial Day weekend through the third week in October.
Our 4 distinctive guest rooms all have their own private baths, king beds and views of the Sierra Buttes and Yuba River. Some rooms also offer Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces and private decks.
Golden Pond Suite below:
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The Inn is open all year, and all the outdoor activities of our area are close by. The Tahoe National Forest surrounds you at High Country
Inn, with four seasons of outdoor activities at your feet:
- Fishing: Over 20 trout-filled mountain lakes within ten miles.
- Snowmobiling: Access to a vast network of groomed trails is right outside our door!
- Cross-country skiing: The entire North Yuba River region of the Tahoe
National Forest is open to you.
- Ski-only trails are available just a few miles up Highway 49.
- Hiking: The Sierra Buttes and Lakes Basin Recreation Area are
crisscrossed with a comprehensive network of trails. The Pacific Crest
National Scenic Trail crosses Highway 49 just 4 miles from the Inn.
- Golf: Five courses are available at Graeagle, just 17 miles from the Inn.
- Plus! Bicycling, swimming, boating, bird watching, museums, antique
shops, gold mines, mountain wildflowers, horseback riding and more...
"Out of the way -- but out of
--Bon Appetit Magazine
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