If you’re into farm-to-fork fare and craft beers and ales, then Sacramento, a proper farming town turned state capital, is for you. The city was founded at Sutter’s Fort, which is now in the centre of town, and this is where you’ll find some of the best places to stay in Sacramento.
Sacramento also has a lively arts and cultural scene, so after visiting the State Capital, you’ll probably want to hop around the Crocker Art Museum, the California Museum, the Historic State Park and Old Sacramento and the California State Railroad Museum. If you’re only able to stay for a short time then you’ll find the best places to stay will be in the Old Sacramento area, as many of the top sights are within a short stroll.
The B&B consists of two historic buildings (an 1895 Colonial Revival and a 1905 Craftsman) sitting in the heart of vibrant Midtown. Bay windows, wooden floors and four poster beds lend an old world feel. Ideally located for exploring the town like a local.