Welcome to the second part of our 2-part series. We’ll discuss some more of the best bed and breakfasts around Chico, CA. This section will cover a few places to stay when you’re in Chico for a visit.
If you still need to check out Part 1, click here.
1462 Arcadian Ave, Chico – (530) 342-2464
The Grateful Bed is a 1905 Victorian home that was lovingly restored in 1998 and opened as a bed and breakfast Inn.
The generosity and elegance of the home are apparent as soon as you walk through the door. Every room contains classic and timeless treasures, from elegant antiques to fine linens.
The innkeepers have furnished their guests with four richly appointed chambers, each with a luxurious private bath.
Breakfasts are served daily in the Victorian dining room on fine china—and they’re delicious! You’ll get gourmet entrees, fruits of the season, fresh herbs from the garden, and more! Sparkling juices are also available for those who prefer something bubbly. You can take in all this deliciousness while sipping coffee or tea.
1 Main St, Chester – (530) 258-3338
The Bidwell House is more than an hour’s drive from the city, but you’ll agree it’s worth the trip.
Why? Because it’s not just another bed and breakfast.
It’s got everything you need for a fantastic stay in a mountain town. It’s close to four Lassen Volcanic National Park entrances—Warner Valley (Drakesbad), Kohm Yah-Mah-Nee, Juniper Lake, and Butte Lake.
With 11 guest rooms and a cottage, there are plenty of places to stay at this B&B. They all feature 600-count thread satin sheets and fluffy ultra-soft plush spa-style towels. They also have eco-friendly bath amenities made from recycled plastic bottles.
All guests receive a delicious breakfast in the historic dining room or on the patio outside. Guests can also relax by taking advantage of their library full of books, magazines, board games, and puzzles. They even have disc golf for recreation.
9858 Frenchtown Dobbins Rd, Oregon House – (530) 812-4030
Located 55 miles from Chico, this B&B is more than an hour’s drive from the city. But once you arrive at this serene retreat, you’ll feel far away from everything.
A rural countryside surrounds this 100-acre estate along with a seven-acre lake with panoramic views. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic getaway or a relaxing afternoon with friends!
All of the rooms at Frenchtown Inn have a unique feel. All the rooms feature high thread count linens, stylish furniture, and original artwork.
And then there’s the food! Their home-cooked meals are sure to please any guest.
Found the best B&B for your next trip?
The three places mentioned here provide a mix of accommodations and price points that should suit most travelers. No matter your preferences, we’re sure you’ll be delighted with one of these lovely B&Bs.
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