The Idyllic Experience
The Richardson House
A Vacation in History The Richardson House is a magnificently restored Victorian home located in the high Sierra town of Truckee, California. Built in the 1880s when Truckee was a Wild West railroad town, the home was situated on a hill above town by a wealthy business man. Today, the home remains the centerpiece of Truckee as it overlooks the historic downtown and the Truckee River. Trains still pass through this once bustling railroad town, stirring echoes of a time that are sure to excite the imagination.
At The Richardson House, you’re just a stroll away from fine restaurants and lounges.
From skiing in the winter to fishing, hiking, and everything else under the sun in the summer.
Whether you’re in the mood for a relaxing evening or live music. Truckee’s got you covered.
Lavishly resplendent A stay at The Richardson House combines history and elegant luxury with modern amenities. No details were missed in the meticulous restoration of the grand home, whose antique furnishings, fixtures, Victorian textures and rich, inviting hues engage the senses at every turn.
A Quaint Mountain Town Right Outside Your Front Door The outside grounds feature a gazebo where visitors can enjoy wine and cheese before walking to one of Truckee’s award-winning restaurants and numerous, quaint shops. Its prime location provides visitors with quick access to the area’s numerous recreational activities.
Perfect for intimate getaways, corporate retreats, family reunions and special events, The Richardson House is the ultimate vacation rental.