Nestled amid the tall pines of the Sierra Nevada foothills and featuring its own waterfall the Northern Queen Inn appeals to nature lovers and rustic explorers. The Norther Queen hosts 45 units in its two-story main building as well as in a number of cabins and chalets scattered around the property. The inn's centerpiece is its waterfall and creek from a former mine. Rooms have free Wi-Fi cable TV work desks and private baths. Cabins and chalets have their own cooking facilities. The in-house restaurant serves three hearty meals a day. The seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub are welcome amenities after a busy day of exploring. There's also a business center and guest laundry on-site. Parking is free. Pets are welcome with restrictions. The Northern Queen is a half-mile from downtown Nevada City and the historic Nevada Theatre. The North Star Mineral Museum Nevada County Fairgrounds and Empire Mine State Historic Park can be reached in 10 minutes by car. Sacramento is just over an hour away and Sacramento International Airport is 68 miles away.
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