Find Adventure at a Yosemite Bed and Breakfast

California’s most famous national park awaits you. Complete your experience at Yosemite National Park with quality accommodations at a Yosemite bed and breakfast that is a member of the California Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns. Giant trees, soaring granite cliffs, breathtaking waterfalls, vast stretches of wilderness – these are the landscapes that inspired the writings of John Muir and the photos of Ansel Adams. continued ...

44606 Silver Spur Trail | Ahwahnee, CA 93601 | 559-642-2001

An award winning romantic Bed and Breakfast Inn situated on 5.5 acres near Yosemite National Park. Stay for tender loving care, relaxation and uniquely delicious gourmet Apple Blossom breakfasts featuring Candy’s own recipes. Favorites include Apple Blossom Pancakes, Candy Apple French Toast and Banana Blossom Waffles with Apple Cider Sausages.

Number of Rooms: 4   |   Rates: $110 - $250 Reservations

Apple Blossom Inn Yosemite Bed & Breakfast

22830 Ferretti Rd | Groveland, CA 95321 | 209-962-6548

Yosemite Rose is a unique Yosemite National Park lodging bed & breakfast near Yosemite National Parks’ Big Oak Flat entrance highway 120. This late 1800’s ‘Italianate Revival’ Victorian bed and breakfast is a replica of a famous Bay Area mansion. The retreat lies on 210 quiet acres bordering the Stanislaus National Forest.

Number of Rooms: 7   |   Rates: $158-$275 Reservations

Yosemite Rose Bed & Breakfast

18656 Main Street | Groveland, CA 95321 | 209-962-0232

Above the fog and below the snow lies our little piece of heaven. The All Seasons Groveland Inn represents a dream. We are located on California Hwy 120, the best corridor from the north and west. Yosemite National Park is easily accessible via this highway.

Number of Rooms: 5   |   Rates: $139 - $179 Reservations

All Seasons Groveland Inn

18767 Main Street | Groveland, CA 95321 | 209-962-4000

This historic inn offers 17 uniquely-decorated rooms with European antiques, down comforters, featherbeds, robes, luxury linens, phones, voicemail, free WiFi, TV, in-room coffee, free parking, and a full hot breakfast included with your stay.

Three rooms are suites and have a fireplace and jetted-spa tub. Guest computer available. Fine dining and Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence” wine list.

Available for Weddings, Events, Business Conferences and Retreats.

Number of Rooms: 17   |   Rates: $145 - $295 Reservations

Groveland Hotel at Yosemite National Park

18736 Main Street, Highway 120 | Groveland, CA 95321 | 209-962-6455

Located in the gold rush era town of Groveland, this 10-room bed & breakfast hotel on the National Register of Historic Places, is home to Charlotte Bistro & Bar. Owners, Doug and Jenn, invite you to enjoy convenient and affordable hotel lodging on the way to Yosemite National Park.

Number of Rooms: 10   |   Rates: $119/2 people - $199/4 people Reservations

Hotel Charlotte

41110 Road 600 | Ahwahnee, CA 93601 | 559-683-0495

Near the southern entrance to Yosemite lies 160 wooded acres that now embrace luxury cottages of adobe, stone and cedar. Natural gardens, meandering rock walls and clear blue skies lull you into the slower pace of a mountain retreat. Immaculate cottages provide you with a comfortable living room, romantic bedroom, spacious bathroom and inviting country kitchen. In winter, fireplaces warm your soul, while in summer, private outdoor sitting areas draw you outside to enjoy the magical stars.

Number of Rooms: 6   |   Rates: $135 - $374 Reservations

Homestead Cottages

575 W. North Bear Creek Drive | Merced, CA 95348 | 209-723-3991

The Bear Creek Inn is the premier Merced bed and breakfast, historically known as The White House. It is a Colonial-style home on spacious grounds with gardens and fruit trees. Three suites, a Cottage, Buggy House with private baths, period decor, feather beds and down comforters.

Number of Rooms: 5   |   Rates: $129 - $169 Reservations

Bear Creek Inn

Yosemite National Park offers travel experiences of a lifetime. Ice-skate under Half Dome. Hike to the top of Yosemite Falls, the tallest waterfall in North America. Climb El Capitan. Explore Crystal Caves. Picnic beneath the ancient Sequoias. Yosemite is known for its granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, giant sequoia groves and for hosting a variety of wildlife. Visitors can explore the park through 800 miles of hiking trails and 350 miles of road. Whether you are staying in the city of Yosemite, Oakhurst, historic Groveland, Mariposa or Catheys Valley, make your trip to Yosemite National Park and California one to remember.

Make reservations at a CABBI member B&B and have confidence that you will experience warm hospitality and rustic elegance during your stay at a Yosemite bed and breakfast.