Park Winters

Park Winters is a celebration ready, Boutique Inn located in historic Winters, California.  Come relax and be inspired.  Recharge in the country while staying in one of our deluxe suites or plan the celebration of your dreams.  This beautiful Victorian home and gardens will wrap you in the pleasures of simple country luxury. 
The proprietors of Park Winters are creating a platform for gardeners, growers, chefs, artists and musicians.

Nestled in the lush farmlands of Northern California, Park Winters is a private country estate in Winters, California.

Our one-of-a-kind estate features dreamy gardens, a charming Victorian Inn, an elegant white barn and two rustic barns, a chic pool and hot tub, a quaint organic farm and sweeping views of the countryside. Park Winters serves as an award-winning Northern California wedding event venue, a charming boutique bed & breakfast, and offers day-visitors unique outdoor dining experiences as well as garden and farm tours.

Venture to the countryside for an escape into Simple Country Luxury.

Park Winters History

The original owner of Park Winters was George Washington Scott, born in New York on October 19, 1828, to Daniel and Sarah (Dunlap) Scott. The fourteenth of fifteen children, George had 7 children of his own after he and his new bride, Emma, crossed the plains in 1854–a six-month trip! He was one of the first American settlers in the cottonwood area (now Yolo County).  He started a large grain farming and stock-raising operation and built the elegant Park Winters Mansion in 1865.  George spent $18,000 of his own money to help build the train line roadbed for the Vaca Valley-Clear Lake Railroad through his area. By 1879, he owned almost 2,000 acres and ½ interest in another 8,000 acres. At the time of his death in 1912, he and his wife Emma were the owners of 14,000 acres. One daughter would marry into the Rice family of Dixon, and his son Clarence would continue ranching on the large family estate for many years –both of them have descendants who live in and farm the area to this day.

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