Power's Mansion Inn Coupons and Deals
Weddings are full of odd traditions, such as throwing uncooked rice at the newlyweds and watching people kiss in public. Prepare for the weirdest event of your life with this Groupon. The Deal $5,999 for a full wedding and reception package for up to 100 guests (an $11,000 total value) Wedding in a Victorian gazebo (a $1,000 value) Service performed by Minister Alfred Lee (a $300 value) Reception in ballroom with black and white linens (a $2,000 value) Appetizers, including meatballs, chicken wings, shrimp cocktail, cheese and crackers, fruit, and vegetables (a $1,500 value) Banquet dinner, including tri-tip beef, chicken, ...
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Purchase a voucher from Travelzoo then call the hotel directly at 916-425-9360 or email email@example.com to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. Not available on: Dec. 24-26, 31; Jan. 1-2. Based on double occupancy. Reservations are subject to availability and early booking is encouraged.
Escape to the Sierra Nevada foothills at a historic bed-and-breakfast, and save 65% on current rates.Sundays-Thursdays for $79 per night or Fridays-Saturdays for $89 per nightComplimentary craft beers and an appetizerDaily home-cooked, gourmet breakfast for twoTwo-night packages are available for $158 midweek and $178 on weekendsAbout the InnThe inn is 41 miles from Sacramento International Airport. Auburn, located 90 minutes west of Lake Tahoe, is known for its quaint shops and restaurants.Terms and ConditionsOnce the room is reserved with the hotel, hotel cancellation policy prevails, and cancellations or changes must be made seven days prior to arrival. Hotel-imposed penalties may apply. Any unused promotional value credit will be forfeited upon checkout. This deal cannot be combined with other offers. Guests must adhere to hotel rules and policies. Taxes and gratuity, if applicable, are additional. Voucher(s) must be used in one visit. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol.
Victorian Bed and Breakfast Nestled in Gold Country In the early 1880s, more than 20 years after the California gold rush ended and the country was thought to be barren, Harold T. Power struck it rich on his family's mine—the aptly named Hidden Treasure. Power used this fortune to build a lavish Victorian mansion, which took up a full city block in the heart of gold country and frequently housed Herbert Hoover, then a young mining engineer himself. The estate has since been converted into Power's Mansion Inn, an elegant bed and breakfast filled with period antiques. Owners Alfred and Peggy Lee have undertaken painstaking renovations to preserve the property—including building retaining walls to save a more than 100-year-old oak tree. The inn, which was voted the area's best bed and breakfast by the Auburn Journal five years in a row, features 16 rooms and suites. All are uniquely decorated with authentic Victorian artwork and wall coverings. The Power room, the mansion's original master bedroom, shimmers with shades of gold from its bay-window curtains to the linens on its four-poster bed. In the Honeymoon suite, guests enjoy a wood-burning fireplace, a heart-shaped jacuzzi bathtub, and a seating area with heart-shaped chairs. Alfred and Peggy have filled the inn's gentlemen's and ladies' parlors with antique wing chairs, oriental rugs, and Charles Dickens's prom photos. Enjoy afternoon tea service in the dining room, read a book on the terraced garden patio, or head to the Power Club next door for a housemade complimentary breakfast hosted by the hotel. This Irish pub and brewery, which Alfred dedicated to the memory of his dear friend James Visel Power—the grandson of Harold T. Power—brews its own award-winning handcrafted beers and serves filet mignon and fresh salmon. Auburn, California: Historical Beauty Couched in Natural Splendor Auburn sits in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, near Sacramento. Considered one of the best-preserved historical towns in the area, Auburn was the site of a prosperous mining camp during the California gold rush. One-hour walking tours of the downtown district depart from the Placer County Museum every day at 10 a.m. At the Gold Country Museum (located 1 mile from the hotel), patrons can pan for gold, creep through a replica gold mine, and walk bowlegged through a mining-camp saloon. A cluster of nearby antique stores sells Victorian-era trinkets, local pottery, and books. The lakes and rivers of the Sierra Foothills make good spots for fishing excursions, gold panning, and watersports. You can paddle through rugged canyons during a whitewater-rafting trip on the Middle Fork of the American River or water ski on nearby Lake Clementine. About an hour from the inn, mountain bikers careen past the Grizzly Range on the Foresthill Divide Loop Trail. Love to travel? Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for travel tips, inspiration, and photos from around the world.