Hanford House Inn

Hanford House Inn

61 Hanford St.
Sutter Creek, California 95685
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Local Phone: (209) 267-0747

Make the Hanford House Inn your next destination for a special bed and breakfast experience. This luxury B&B is located in historic Sutter Creek, the heart of the Sierra foothill wine region located in Amador County. This Sierra Foothill Inn is a blend of modern-contemporary design with historic accents.

Enjoy chef prepared gourmet breakfasts each morning at Element Restaurant and complementary wine in the evening. Comfortable and luxurious accommodations make for a memorable getaway at this Sutter Creek inn.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: Maximum 40 lbs
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
  • Other comments: Pet Fee: $35 per stay for first pet + $15 per stay for 2nd pet. Pets are allowed to enter your room through the outside access of designated pet-friendly rooms. Animals are never allowed inside the Inn itself. Please use the doggie bags provided in order to clean up after your pet.

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags

Shenandoah Valley, Amador County <br/> Photo Credit: @jeffersonthedood
Shenandoah Valley, Amador County
Photo Credit: @jeffersonthedood
Follow Highway 49 south through Amador County for yet another take on Gold Country. You’ll find lodging at historic, dog-friendly establishments like Hanford House in Sutter Creek, the Imperial Hotel in Amador City and the St. George Hotel in the historic hamlet of Volcano, as well as contemporary Days Inn and Best Western properties. You’ll want to make a weekend of it, as the No. 1 attractions, wine and food, demand lingering. more »
Kona Bear visits Andis Winery. Photo Credit: @konabear_wolfdog
Kona Bear visits Andis Winery. Photo Credit: @konabear_wolfdog
If there’s one part of California wine country getting an exceptional amount of buzz this past year, it’s Amador County—and specifically the Shenandoah Valley AVA, best known for its robust zinfandels. Most of the 20-plus wineries in this relatively compact area welcome dogs in their picnic areas if not their tasting rooms, but you’ll want to get settled into the night’s lodging before setting out to sip and swirl. more »
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