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Email: stay@ripleycreekinn.com

Rooms

No two rooms are alike! In renovating the historic buildings that comprise our inn, we have made every room unique. From a small prospector's house, to the living quarters above an old store, to the brothel, to our Main Lodge... each one is different. 

Main Lodge

Upper level rooms . . . . . 301 - 307

Ground level rooms . . . . 308 - 311


Crows Landing


Upper level rooms . . . . . 456, 457, 458, 459

Ground level rooms . . . . 465, 466, 467, 468

Kate Ryan Building


Upper level rooms . . . . . 221, 222, 223, 224

Ground level rooms . . . . 417, 418, 419


Peterson House (former brothel)


Upper level room . . . . .

501 Ground level room . . . . 500



Zeffert Building

Upper level rooms . . . . . 601, 602, 603


Geddes Building

Upper level room . . . . . 621

Ground level room . . . . 620

MacDonald House

This little house is "Room 401."  It was built by a local prospector, probably in the 1930s. It was moved from its original site to become part of the Ripley Creek Inn.

Stella House

It's almost a Hobbit House. Valentino Stella was a small man, and everything in this house is small. For a single person who would like to experience the home of a pioneer wine-maker this is the place to stay.

Lehto House

Room 610- Named after John Lehto who built the tiny house in the 1930s. He was a prospector and trapper, and apparently was not very sociable. He never married.