1st Choice B&B Reservations
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This historic guesthouse was one of the first houses in Mason, being built in 1869 by cattle baron, John Gamel, who also donated land to establish the townsite of Mason.
This home has been completely restored and is furnished with lovely antiques.
Modern conveniences include central heat/air, HD satellite service to large screen tv, Wi-Fi, local telephone and washer/dryer. The house has a living room and dining room with period furniture, fully equipped kitchen with full-sized stove and refrigerator, a tv room with comfortable seating along with the two bedrooms and two baths. One bedroom has a queen-sized bed and the second has a set of extra long twin beds. The period furniture extends to these rooms with antique armoires, chests and bureaus. One bath continues vintage with a claw-foot tub while the second has a modern shower.
Outdoor seating areas include a veranda porch, complete with wicker seating and porch swing (a guest favorite!). A shaded patio has table and chairs set under the canopy of an historic oak tree. Local folklore says this tree was where Gamel sold drinks to soldiers of Fort Mason!
The 1.5 acre property affords privacy yet being only a block off the Courthouse Square is very convenient to movies, museums, shopping and dining.
Come and stay where some of Mason's colorful history
actually took place!
As a guesthouse, breakfast is not included but an assortment of coffees and teas along with juice and fresh ice is provided by the proprietor. Essentials for a relaxing afternoon on the veranda swing!
Rates are $150 plus tax per night for 1-2 persons; $10 plus tax pr additional adult, up to 4 total, two night minimum.
Single nights may be available at additional cost, please contact us to inquire!
Sorry, no small children, no pets and no indoor smoking
2 bedroom ~ 2 bath
Great location for outdoor parties!
"Our stay in Mason would not have been so wonderful had it not been for the enchanting Gamel House! So much charm, I'm sure to return...what a blessing!" ~Deborah B., 2013