Stonehouse Country Inn
Winnemucca, Nevada 89426
Paradise Valley is a small agricultural area and town that lies at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Although the valley was traversed in 1828, the first settlement did not appear until 1863 when prospectors arrived in the northern end of the valley. Local legend has it that the prospectors came over the mountain and looked down onto the beautiful valley and exclaimed, "What a paradise!"
By the early 1870's there was a blacksmith with livery, two stores, a flour mill, and three hotels and several boarding houses. Although the collapse of mining did not turn Paradise into a ghost town, by 1920 the commercial enterprises had declined dramatically as many merchants and services moved to Winnemucca to be near the railroad. Today, although primarily agriculturally based, Paradise includes a deli and saloon, a mercantile store, a school house, a community hall and a park, and a post office in addition to the Stonehouse Country Inn.
The Stonehouse Country Inn is a lovely three story country home surrounded by majestic Cottonwood trees. Spacious rooms feature views from every window. A generous yard with lawn and creek provides summertime pleasure. Relax and enjoy your stay with the scenic beauty of wildlife, meadows, and ranch life. Enjoy delicious, home-cooked meals with a view of the valley and mountains. Your appetite will be enhanced by generous portions of prime rib, barbecued steak, lamb, pork, or seafood.
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