For more than 100 years, travelers from around the world have been coming home to a room at Belvoir Springs. In the early 1900s, it was a popular gathering place for such silent film stars as Charlie Chaplin and Wallace Beery, who worked at Essanay Studios in the nearby town of Niles.
No two guestrooms are alike at Belvoir Springs, but each offers a unique blend of historic charm and modern comfort Many feature original hardwood floors and woodwork and beautiful views of the surrounding hills or San Francisco Bay.
Accommodations range from private cottages, rooms with a seating area and private bath, and European-style lodging with shared bath and kitchen. All rooms are fully furnished for extended stays.
Because of the popularity of Belvoir Springs, be sure to contact us about room availability.