The Tin Lizzie InnFish Camp, Southern Entrance to Yosemite National Park
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YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK 150th Anniversary, Victorian style Inn and Carriage House with Vintage Ford Motorcars!
The Tin Lizzie Inn is not your everyday Sierra B&B but one that mirrors the rich 150-year history and timeless natural majesty of famed, protected 'wild' lands, Yosemite National Park! Boasting four million international visitors annually, Yosemite is 'paradise' and 'mecca,' an innkeeper's dream!
Amidst the Civil War on June 30, 1864, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant Act, establishing Yosemite Valley as the first protected 'wild' land for all time. Now in 2014, Yosemite National Park celebrates the 150th Anniversary of this Act that paved the way for national parks both here and abroad.
Just two miles from Yosemite National Park, Fish Camp is the closest community to Yosemite's southern entrance and home to TripAdvisor's highly-rated Tin Lizzie Inn.
Commanding an elevation of 5,062 feet, Fish Camp is located along the Southern Yosemite Freeway. The year-round, crisp mountain air community offers an ideal retreat, particularly for those looking to escape summer heat, and the perfect setting for the elegant, recently-built, Victorian-style, turn-key B&B with Carriage House - on two separate parcels totaling just under half acre. Also to be included, should buyer wish, are two vintage Ford Model As. (Present innkeepers offer memorable area vintage motorcar tours; Broker's website provides link to a highly-entertaining, Los Angeles Times article published by an appreciative, past guest.)
If you have always dreamed of owning an inn and value America's protected wilderness, celebrate Yosemite National Park's 150 years of inspiring generations by yourself becoming 'inspired' to own The Tin Lizzie Inn, an elegant B&B at Yosemite's gateway.