We are OPEN and pleased to safely welcome you back to Plumas County! Avoid the crowds, take in the fresh mountain air, and enjoy our many hiking and Mt. biking trails, swimming holes, rivers, lakes, fishing, and relaxing in the scenic Northern Sierra’s.
Many of our restaurants, bars, and shops are open and ready to welcome you in a responsible manner. Be sure to bring your mask, and practice physical distancing. So stay safe, and watch for updates!
Quincy Feather Bed Inn is an historic and beautiful Inn, located in the heart of Quincy, a small western town. It's nestled among the Northern Sierra Nevada mountain range. The Inn is steps from downtown, behind the Courthouse. It is within walking distance to restaurants and shops.
Quincy Feather Bed Inn has five guest rooms (outside 2nd story entrances) and two guest cottages. Private bathrooms. Each adorably decorated and outfitted with WiFi, premium TV, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot and hair dryer. It's the perfect lodging choice for professionals, couples, and adventurers.
Quincy Feather Bed Inn was built in 1893, by Englishman Edward Huskinson and his bride Jennie. It’s constructed in Queen Anne style and was known as “The Huskinson House.” Shortly after building the house, he began his mining and real estate ventures, but not before he held the title of vice president at the local Quincy Plumas County Bank. For more details regarding this family and the rest of the community, visit the local museum, only steps from the inn.
Quincy Feather Bed Inn is centrally located to enjoy all the activities Plumas County has to offer. If you are seeking a hotel, motel or cottage, check out what we have to offer by reviewing the photos of the rooms and cottages. A unique experience, yet private and non intrusive.
Check out Shelley's personal story: http://voyagela.com/interview/meet-shelley-hunter-quincy-feather-bed-inn/