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Dear Friends:

Thank you for spending time with us ... away from your busy schedule.

"Eureka" is a term used to express awe at one's just discovered treasure. We hope that your visit to the Eureka Street Inn will have you saying the same!

The most exciting part about innkeeping is meeting interesting people ... and providing the best gold / wine country bed and breakfast experience possible.

We are well versed in the stresses produced by living a full and varied life. Prior to becoming innkeepers, Chuck was the Director of the Criminal Justice Program at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz. Sandy was Senior Vice President of Marketing for Coast Commercial Bank and has served on the City Council for Sutter Creek for multiple terms. She has also served as Mayor of Sutter Creek. Sandy now serves as the President of Board for Amador Country Tourism. Plus we have an extensive family of grown children, grandchildren.

In the fall of 2012, Chuck passed away. Sandy continues to run the inn ... making "wonderful breakfasts" and "providing a peaceful refuge for travelers" according to recent guests.

I look forward to meeting you and helping you enjoy Eureka Street Inn and the wonderful town of Sutter Creek.

Each morning, innkeeper / chef Sandy creates a beautiful breakfast that is inspired in its creativity and delicious to eat as well.

It is not uncommon for guests to run for their cameras before digging into the morning fare.

Hot coffee and tea is available per request.

We are happy to help with special needs and diets and ask that you discuss this with us when making your reservation.

« Picture perfect breakfasts at Eureka Street Inn!

Eureka Street Inn was built in 1914 as a family home by Italian-American Tobias Lagomarsino who operated a stage coach route between Sutter Creek, Jackson and Volcano.

The Craftsman-style house became an inn in the early 1970s and was operated originally, as the "Nine Eureka Street Inn." Many of our guests choose our inn because of their love of the Craftsman, or "Bungalow" style architecture.

Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) romanticized and popularized the Arts and Crafts style of architecture during the first two decades of this century. Today the style is known generically as Craftsman.

The Craftsman-style architecture represents a conscious departure from the "excesses" of Victorian times. Useless ornamentation, "gingerbread" and the imitation of foreign styles was abandoned.

Large, comfortable porches, straight lines and the use of dark, rich interior woods is typical of a Craftsman-style home.

The inn's original rosewood and redwood wainscoting and beams, the dramatic rosewood stairwell and the leaded and stained glass windows are a handsome backdrop for the Eureka Inn's décor of antiques and collectibles from the early nineteen hundreds - the Craftsman / Bungalow Era.

EUREKA STREET INN: 55 Eureka Street (PO Box 395) Sutter Creek, CA 95685 • 209.267.5500 EMAIL