If you're looking for a memorable lodging experience and have plenty of time to plan your stay in advance, the Bliss Bungalow in downtown Carson City's historic district is a splendid choice. The inn was built in 1914 as an Arts and Crafts-style home for then-District Attorney John Chartz. It was occupied by his middle son Jimmy Chartz, a popular character of local renown, until his passing in 1999. The house was fully restored in 2005 retaining the original fir floors, pulley windows, pine moldings, high ceilings and much of the decor remains vintage.
While you will be taking a trip back in time during your stay, you won't be sacrificing modern comfort and convenience. There are five private guest rooms. Each room has a private bathroom, luxuriously appointed queen bed, WiFi, DirecTV, hair dryer and dresser/closet. The common areas of the house are available to all guests including the living room with large screen TV and WiFi, dining room, front porch and kitchen, with limited cooking facilities. You can rent a single room, or the whole house can be rented for a special group or family getaway. The Bungalow is a popular retreat for business groups, so it is recommended that you plan reservations well in advance of your intended stay.