• A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Really Nice or Extremely Nice Room
• Daily Breakfast for Two
• In-Room Bottle of Champagne and Chocolate-Covered Strawberries
• $100 Credit Toward a $200 Couples' Massage
• $35 Dinner Credit at The Cellar Door
• Wine Tasting for Two at Gianelli Vineyards
• Combine Unlimited Vouchers for an Extended Stay
In the heart of California's Gold Country, Groveland has always been a bit wild. The town was originally named "Savage's Diggings" after the first person to discover gold here, Mr. James Savage, then briefly went by Garotte before settling on Groveland in 1875. Things are more civilized these days, but Main Street retains some of the historic saloons and storefronts as reminders of its colorful past.
The Groveland Hotel is a treasure left from the Gold Rush days. Each of its Victorian-style rooms boasts a unique character, while the amenities—complimentary Wi-Fi, iPod docks, coffee makers, down comforters, and more—are thoroughly modern. You'll awake to a full Innkeeper's Breakfast each morning, and in the evenings, you can stop by the on-site restaurant Cellar Door. From succulent baby back ribs to seared ahi tuna, the menu pairs California-style cuisine with a Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence wine list. Also available for purchase are massages and other spa treatments.
The Groveland is situated less than 30 minutes from the entrance to Yosemite National Park, but that's hardly the only game in town. Tee off at Pine Mountain Lake golf course or take a scenic drive. If you prefer more sedate activities, head instead to the award-winning Gianelli Vineyards in nearby Jamestown, where you can indulge in wine tastings and enjoy nature.
Enjoy California Gold Country your way at the Groveland, whether the wild is calling... or just the wine.
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The Groveland Hotel
Rich History in California Gold Country
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