Smack dab in the middle of the Loneliest Road in America lies the welcoming community of Austin. The town sprang to life during a silver mining rush in the 1860s, and the Austin of today features stately 19th-century buildings, intriguing historic sites, and access to remarkable outdoor recreation. Take advantage of everything the area has to offer and let the charming Magnolia Gallery & Inn serve as your adventure basecamp.
The Magnolia Gallery & Inn was originally constructed in 1864—the same year Nevada became a state—and has had many past lives. At varying times, the building has been a brothel, a grocery store, a saloon, a music store, an ice cream parlor, and more. Now, the renovated property features two spacious, upstairs parlor suites available to guests traveling without children or pets. Both have a queen bed, private bathroom, comfy living room, and kitchenette with microwave, bar sink, and apartment-size refrigerator.
On the first floor, peruse the gallery and curio shop for one-of-a-kind souvenirs, ranging from paintings and local photography to vintage collectibles and handmade items.
The gallery portion of Magnolia Gallery & Inn is open from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM or by appointment. The front desk of the inn closes at 9:00 PM.