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Welcome to Eureka, Nevada


Eureka Inn and Hotel

Welcome to the historic mining town in Nevada.
Eureka was first discovered in 1864 by silver prospectors and is still an active mining community today. Our doors opened in 1998, and our goal is to offer our guests comfortable, affordable, and exceptional accommodations.


Come and Stay

The Eureka Gold County Inn and the Jackson House Hotel meet every aspect of your stay. We offer cozy beds, a delicious continental breakfast, and superb services. Take a look at our site to learn more about us, then call and book your room today!

Enhancing your Stay

The Eureka Gold Country Inn and Jackson House Hotel offer some excellent amenities to further enhance your stay. These include laundry service, late check-out, free wi-fi, rollaway beds and ice/ice cream. Be sure to ask us about these amenities.
Eureka, Nevada is the county seat of Eureka County and is one of three towns in the county. The town carries a population of 462 but is rich in history. A group of silver prospectors settled the town in 1864. Eureka got its name because when a prospector found silver near the town, he exclaimed "Eureka!" Mining plays a big role in the history of Eureka, Nevada.
U.S. Route 50

The Loneliest Road in America

U.S. Route 50's Nevada portion earned the nickname in 1986 in a Life Magazine article because there were no attractions or points of interest. The Nevada Department of Transportation co-opted the nickname and used it in marketing. The highway is home to some great Nevada history and desert scenery. It runs right in front of the Eureka Gold Country Inn and the Jackson House Hotel, giving visitors a stop along this historic route.


Eureka Gold Country Inn and The Jackson House Hotel feature some unique and great rooms.

Things To Do

Eureka is loaded with history and there are many activities that center on that history.


From burgers to steaks, there are some great places to eat in Eureka.
Rory Hatch
This was a great surprise. Decided to stop on our way across Nevada and we made a good choice. Friendly service, the room was incredibly clean and comfortably, the breakfast was awesome. I would definitely recommend staying here.
Jeffrey McCauley
My son and I came to town hunting and stayed at the hotel for 4 nights. The hotel is newer and well kept. The rooms were excellent and the beds were very comfortable. The hotel had a historic appeal and the price was reasonable for the amenities. The owner Jeff and the staff were excellent. I would strongly suggest staying at the hotel when in town. 
Barbara Kelly
The owner and staff are wonderful. Beds were very comfortable. Very clean room and we stayed in the pet-friendly room. Enjoyed our stay. We will recommend to others. Blessings!