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Days Inn Sutter Creek Star Rating 2        
271 Hanford Street

A 3-minute drive from the Golden Chain Highway, this straightforward, low-rise hotel is a 6-minute walk from Sutter Creek Wine Tasting and 11.5 miles from Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park.All rooms and suites include en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, and have free WiFi and TVs, as well as microwaves and minifridges.
The Foxes Inn Star Rating 3.5        
77 Main St.

Occupying a mid-1800s yellow clapboard Victorian home and carriage house, this upscale B&B is a block from downtown Sutter Creek, and 1.2 miles from Highway 49.The cozy, individually decorated rooms feature refined traditional decor and come with private bathrooms, plus minifridges, air-conditioning, TVs and free WiFi.
Hanford House Inn Star Rating 2.5        
61 Hanford Street

Brick-front B&B with a spa, plus stylish, modern rooms with designer toiletries & gourmet breakfast...
Hotel Sutter Star Rating 3        
53 Main Street

Set near Route 49, this warm, Gold Rush-inspired hotel is in downtown Sutter Creek, and 12 miles from Lake Amador.The traditional rooms feature flat-screen TVs, handcrafted quilts, coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi.There's a lobby bar and a restaurant serving gourmet cuisine, as well as a communal deck with seating areas.
Grey Gables Bed and Breakfast Inn Star Rating 3        
161 Hanford St

Set among flower gardens and vine-covered arbors, this B&B with an English country feel is a 5-minute walk to the quaint shops and restaurants of Sutter Creek's Main Street and a 15-minute drive to the vineyards of Amador County wine country.The 8 elegant Victorian-style rooms are individually decorated and furnished with antiques. All have private bathrooms as well as wood- and marble-accented fireplaces.
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Sutter Creek is a city in Amador County, California, United States. The population was 2,501 at the 2010 census, up from 2,303 at the 2000 census. It is accessible via State Route 49.