RESERVATIONS
760-932-7380  |  reservation@thebridgeportinn.com
click to view our website. Bridgeport Inn
205 Main St. Hwy 395 Bridgeport CA United States
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Important Information You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply. Please note guests planning to arrive after 9 pm must call during the day of arrival. The restaurant is open 7 days a week at 7am. Children under 18 years old are not permitted in rooms with shared bathrooms. Please note pets are allowed in motel rooms only and additional charges will apply.

Hotel Description

Built in 1877, this historic gold rush property is a 5-minute walk from the East Walker River. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all rooms and common areas. Mono Lake is 25 miles from this inn. Styled with antique furniture, most historic hotel rooms provide a private bathroom. All rooms are uniquely decorated at Bridgeport Inn. Daily maid service is available. A family-friendly fine dining restaurant, available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is on site and has private label wines. Each guest receives a discount coupon for use in the restaurant. A bar and public lounge are also available. Fishing, hiking and horseback riding opportunities are nearby. Unique California outdoor historic sites are available from the property. Yosemite National Park is 25 miles away. Lake Tahoe is 85 miles from Bridgeport Inn.

The Bridgeport Inn Hotel Rooms come with antique double and twin beds. The Motel Rooms all have two or three beds. Our Stagecoach Economy rooms feature double or twin beds, (without a private bath) for our budget-minded guests. Our Housekeeping Cottage is fully furnished and family friendly. Naturally, daily maid service is provided for all guest rooms. Ample off street parking available for guests. Pets are welcome in the motel rooms. A Continental Breakfast is offered daily. Samuel Clemens, who penned Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn was a frequent traveller in the old west. In the late 1800s he visited Bridgeport. The Victorian second floor room (left at the bottom) has been named The Mark Twain suite in honor of his stay at the old Bridgeport Inn.All guests are invited to use the spacious parlor downstairs to read, watch TV, play a game with friends, listen to music, use the online high speed computer or just sit back and relax. Remember, we are the only facility in Bridgeport with lodging, dining room and bar - all under one roof.

 

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