Union Street Lodging

Circa 1880’s

  •                            69 Union StreetCommon Room for Guest use
  •                           Austin NV 89310
  •                               775-964-2364
  •                        www.unionstreetlodging.com

 

                 

  Location is best described as:

  • 1860’s Silver Mining Town                       Small Town
  • Rural                                                                   Historic
  • High Desert and Mountains                     Great area for Outdoor recreation.
  •                        Motorcycle and ATV Friendly!!!

Check in time is 3 to 6 pm (unless other arrangements are made prior) and Check out time is 11am • Cancellations: 48 hour notice • No minimum stay required. • Smoking is allowed in limited areas (Smoking outside only.) • We cannot accommodate guest pets. • Children are welcome (under 12 Must occupy room with parents.) • No childcare is provided • We accept Master Card, Visa and Discover

Emma Nevada Suite
                                                                                                                                     
 Pony Express Room

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The Emma Nevada Suite is named after the famous opera singer Emma
“Wixom” Nevada from the late 1800’s. Emma was raised in Austin until
age 16 when she went to Mills College and began her rise to
fame in Europe.
The Suite features a King size 4 poster bed, with it’s own private
bath with a claw foot tub and shower. The room also features a small
refrigerator and a sitting area.
Rate $95.00 a night • single or double occupancy[/box]

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The Pony Express and Austin have a unique connection in History, William Talcott, agent for the Pony Express first discovered silver and started the rush to Austin. The Pony Express room features a four poster queen size bed and it’s own private bathroom. Rate $85.00 a night • single or double occupancy

 

 

 

 

 

Nevada Central Room

Named after the train that ran between Austin and Battle Mountain, started in 1880 running for 57 years until

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1937. The rail was owned by the Phelps Stokes family, the owner of Stokes Castle and most of the Silver mines in Austin.
The Nevada Central room has a full sized bed with a separate bath across the hall. This room has a connecting door with the Mules Relief room.      Rate $75.00 a night • single or double occupancy

MVC-330SMules Relief Room
 The Austin City Railway was nicknamed Mules Relief due to the fact they no longer had to use mule trains to bring   things up the steep grade into town from the train station, they used the City Railway.         The Mules Relief room has a full sized bed with a separate bath across the hall. This room has a connecting door with the Nevada Central room.

Rate $75.00 a night • single or double occupancy

 

Directions to property:

From either direction when you are coming in on Highway 50 into Austin. Turn on Cedar Street, there is only one direction, by the International Café, come up the hill two and 1/2 blocks to a 2 story white house with green shutters and trim. Look for our sign and the white wrought iron fence and turn into driveway by tree into a Paved parking area off of Cedar Street.

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