The Best Western Gold Country Inn is a wine-country hotel near historic gold-rush towns and outdoor recreation, and it welcomes our guests with landscaped grounds that feature an outdoor pool and an outdoor dining area where a complimentary breakfast is served. The Best Western spans five buildings and 84 rooms that are accessed by exterior corridors. Cable TVs, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, hairdryers and sitting areas are standard in accommodations, and high-speed internet access and non-smoking rooms are available. Start the day with the complimentary full breakfast before enjoying a walk of the hotel grounds. Relax in the outdoor seasonal pool or grab a workout in the fitness center. Pets are permitted for an additional fee, and parking is on the house. The hotel is convenient to I-20 and Highway 49. It's within one mile of historic gold-mining hubs like Nevada City and Grass Valley and minutes from shopping and dining. Empire Mine State Park and Grass Valley Memorial Park are two miles away, and Sacramento International Airport is 60 miles from the property. our guests praise the Best Western for its "pleasant grounds" dotted with an outdoor pool and outdoor dining area, as well as its "very nice breakfast menu" and "friendly" staff.
Dogs up to 80 pounds are allowed. There is a $20 per day pet fee up to $100 for the week. Up to two dogs are allowed per room.
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