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All reviews train museum salad bar small balcony charming b b bed and breakfast a late lunch northern nevada lobster roll fun place to stay room was clean grocery store great basin np loneliest road staff was friendly stay there again ralph krystal
We spent 3 nights here and loved it. Very comfortable bed, quiet area of town and walking distance to Railroad. They served a great breakfast, but had quit serving lunch and dinner a few weeks before we arrived. Would stay there again.
We had a very comfortable stay any this little family run hotel. We overlooked the train station where we rode the steam locomotive the next day. The room was cozy and we enjoyed our meal in the cafe where the staff was friendly and the...More
We have found a Gold mine in the town of Ely, Nevada. This is a quaint and charming Bed and Breakfast in the historic district of Ely "All Aboard" is just a block away from the Historic Ely Train Station and Museum. My wife and...More
Recently stayed three nights at this charming B&B in Ely. There were other options with more modern upgrades but we wanted to experience Ely and staying at the Inn aloud us to do just that. By the second day we felt like family! The staff...More
All Aboard is the best place in Ely to have dinner and breakfast. They fear a terrific menu, and meals are served up fresh and hot by a caring and personable staff. It's so enjoyable to sleep in a cozy room that is not surrounded...More
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Breakfast starts at 7:00 am, I am certain they could make it to go... They are incredibly friendly and always will to go the extra mile for their guest. AND Breakfast is included with you room. FREE !!! Enjoy your stay...
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"if a tub is wanted make sure to ask, it seems most rooms only have a shower. I do know one had a tub, I..."