The Seasons B&B is a great place to stay, particularly for anyone who seeks a quiet location that also is within walking distance to historic Placerville. Robin is a wonderful host(ess). We stayed at the Peach Cottage (once a chicken coop...which we never would have guessed, until she told us). The Cottage is clean and well-appointed for on-the-go travelers (very small TV, which we never turned on--small kitchen with small refrigerator--other amenities--comfortable bed--etc.). We had breakfast each morning on the Peach Cottage deck--wonderful, organic, fresh food that Robin brought directly to us. The location is ideal (on-the-street parking, which was safe and fine on the one-way street) and very peaceful and quiet. We were able to walk into town within 10 to 15 minutes. We definitely would stay at The Seasons B&B in the future. It was reasonably priced, clean, quiet, safe, ideally located, and comfortable.…
The Seasons B&B was peaceful and quiet, located in a historic district within a short walk to a variety of restaurants and unique downtown shops. Robyn was an attentive and cheerful hostess - whatever I needed was provided without a fuss. This is my very favorite place to stay in historic Hangtown!
We stayed at the The Seasons B & B in Placerville based on website comments. It is clean and has a very nice setting but nothing special. In the past, other B & B properties offer little treats upon arrival or room amenities to make them unique. Not only was there no treats, there was no person. The room had no bottled water, home made cookies, or dog treats. This is common practice in most B & B situations. The next day, we did meet the owner/operator. Robin is a nice lady, but that was our total interaction. I would question the value of the property. We paid a premium for a standard experience.
This historic property is walking distance from Main Street, Placerville. Robyn makes terrific coffee. Four days in a row we were served a tasty quiche + something else for breakfast. (No eggs or bacon, like a B & B abroad.) There is a small fridge, microwave, & toaster at your disposal in the Peach Cottage, where we stayed. Ripe figs are growing right outside your porch. It was very quiet and the place was very clean. Large closet. The daybed is not particularly comfortable but the queen bed was quite comfortable, The floral & denim comforters were worn-looking. (The same ones from 5 years ago). TV is tiny. Shelves held some helpful & interesting books about Placerville. Robyn had suggestions about what to do. Overall, a pleasant stay.
Love The Seasons B&B. I've been here three times now and wouldn't stay anywhere else in Placerville. Historic property and Robyn knows all the history to entertain you with. Breakfast is always superb and not overfilling. Historic downtown is a hop, skip and a jump away. Love taking a day to stroll and shop and eat. We always bring our three dogs with us. They love that garden. Plenty of room to explore and run around. Will return in 6 months.