- Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, the Genoa House Inn B&B is located in Genoa, Nev. Genoa is Nevada's oldest settlement, and the inn is one-quarter mile away from Mormon Station State Historic Park, featuring a museum with relics from pioneer days. Six natural mineral hot springs are available at a resort two miles away. Boating and skiing are available on Lake Tahoe, less than 15 miles away.
This Greek Revival inn was built in 1872 by newspaper publisher A.C. Pratt, who created and published Carson Valley's first newspaper in the home. Complimentary wine, cheese, crackers, grapes, chocolate-dipped strawberries and chocolate chip cookies are served upon arrival. Complimentary full breakfasts are served each morning in the sunlit dining room or in the guestrooms. Meeting rooms are available, including use of the inn's parlor, dining room, library and porch. The inn features views of Carson Valley, the surrounding snow-capped mountains, and deer visiting the grounds.
The Genoa House Inn B&B offers three guestrooms showcasing antiques and collectibles. All rooms include private bathrooms, and the Blue and Garden Rooms feature jetted and claw-foot tubs. A path winds through the inn's gardens and yard to the Garden Room's private entrance, accessible through a covered porch. The Rose Room offers a private balcony and stained glass windows. Pets are allowed in the Garden Room.