Colusa House is a California craftsman-style home built in 1909, stepping through its front door is literally like stepping back in time. You’ll notice original redwood floors, wood moldings and original doors with keyhole locks. It’s been lovingly maintained and furnished to reflect today’s modern amenities with a nod to yesterday’s charm.
Colusa House is a perfect place to launch your adventure from, whether it's hunting, fishing, or just a little R&R. Colusa House is ready to host your group and is sure to please everyone with its bar and parlor for a rowdy game of poker, the outdoor patio is perfect for grilling up steaks or relax in the formal sitting area for some quiet time with a good book by the fireplace.
Downtown Colusa offers all kinds of hidden gems that you’ll love to discover- just don’t pass up a visit to Kittle’s. This outdoorsmen emporium is really something to experience. Packed with everything an avid hunter or angler could ever need- this store is a local institution, be sure to stop in- you won’t be sorry.
The Sacramento River winds its way through Colusa, along the river’s edge is a perfect spot for picnic or a little fishing or for a cool dip in the water. The Colusa-Sacramento River State Recreation Area is just 3 blocks from Colusa House and you'll pass the bait store on your way.
Just 3 miles away, the Colusa Casino hosts 1,200 slot machines, a wide variety of table games, and world renowned live entertainment options, the Colusa Casino is sure to please. In addition they feature several dining options and a luxurious spa; it truly is a unique destination.
Located in the heart of Colusa, California, we are sure that you will love Colusa House’s walkability to everything that Colusa has to offer. It’s just blocks from the downtown area- walk down to the Tap Room @ Colusa Made for live music and cold beers, Rocco’s Bar and Grill for some grub, Caffeinated for your morning coffee fix or Pina’s Juice Bar for a smoothie.
This region offers so much to anybody that enjoys the outdoors; the Sutter Buttes, the Sacramento River, the Feather River, Lake Oroville, Clear Lake, the peace of a quiet orchard, farm land as far as the eye can see, and the famed Pacific Flyway is literally our highway (in the sky) for migratory birds.