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By nature, a stay at a B&B has a feeling of intimacy. You share close living quarters in charming settings, and find yourself dining with complete strangers. When you’re at at Cooper House, you're family! Janet and Bill provided us with the warmest of welcomes,...More
After staying in motels for a couple of nights, the Cooper House was a breath of fresh air, literally. Janet and Bill are wonderful hosts and a wealth of information about the area. The rooms were meticulous and had lots of character as did the...More
Janet was extremely welcoming and friendly, providing us with a wonderful breakfast including fresh smoothies each day and freshly baked cookies in the evenings.
Rooms were comfortable and quiet, and it was nice to sit out on the porch enjoying a drink. It was hot...More
Full of charm and character. An excellent location, loved the early morning walks through Angel's Camp. Janet was warm, welcoming and a fabulous cook. I looked forward to each day's breakfast and the surprise baked goods at the end of the day. I will return.
Cooper House B&B was a wonderful cozy place to stay. The place is clean, beds are comfortable and food was delicious. Enjoyed our morning drinking fresh brewed coffee on a covered front porch and later afternoon wine on the back patio. Location was very close...More
US$261 - US$307 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Take a drive up to Calaveras Big Trees. Back in the 1800's, Big Trees was one of the Great Wonders of The World and they are truly magnificent. Check out the Angels Camp Museum, and really get a taste of the California... More
Take a drive up to Calaveras Big Trees. Back in the 1800's, Big Trees was one of the Great Wonders of The World and they are truly magnificent. Check out the Angels Camp Museum, and really get a taste of the California Gold Rush. Definitely visit the town of Murphys. Its a historical gold rush town with great shopping, excellent food and 22 wine tasting rooms right on main street within a 1 mile stretch! And for your wife's birthday dinner I recommend Grounds in Murphys or V Bistro at The Victorian Inn. Excellent food and great ambiance. Make a reservation and Enjoy!