In the heart of the California Gold Country, the town of Murphys is located in the central Sierra Nevada foothills between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park, in Calaveras County, California. On historic Main Street, the Victoria Inn (formerly the Redbud Inn) was built 1992 in the “Miner’s Exchange” style, blending history with modern comfort. Each room is an eclectic mix of wonderful European charm, featuring high ceilings and doors, fireplaces or wood stoves, claw-footed bathtubs or whirlpool tubs. Once visited by Mark Twain, Black Bart, and General Ulysses S. Grant, you can enjoy the Gold Country history of Calaveras County, while exploring award-winning area wineries, outstanding restaurants, and such activities as golf, tennis, fishing, hiking, gold panning, white water rafting, shopping, winter skiing at Bear Valley, and water skiing on New Melones Lake.
On historic Main Street, the Victoria Inn (formerly the Redbud Inn) was built 1992 in the "Miner's Exchange" style, blending history with modern comfort.