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We reserved a room (the last?) while only miles away from Bridgeport, yet when we arrived they had an upgrade available for us.

The inn is on Main street and centrally located to easily explore the area. The entrance to the inn is at the left and the restaurant to the right. Guests and diners get confused entering and exiting creating a bottleneck. The price was great for a 3 night stay, but I didn't know I'd be sharing a bathroom with other guests. I would suggest giving guests an option so that they're aware. The staff are very nice and down to earth. Thank you!

Did not stay there. Rooms had no small refrigerators, no microwave, many had no bathrooms.

The front was a historical building, apparently originally a stage coach stop. Pleasant restaurant.

It's very, very old and in ok condition for a place so old, but room is tiny and bathroom is REALLY tiny.

The bed was very uncomfortable and the room was very small. There was so much light from the hallway and outside neon sign it was difficult to sleep. Steps to the second floor are very steep and narrow. Made it difficult to carry things upstairs. It was way overpriced.

My room faced main Street so it was noisy until after 10pm. However, the next day was 4th of July so I had an awesome view of their 157th annual parade. For a town of 575 people, it was amazing.

This is an "antique" hotel. The rooms are tiny (with the bath down the hall). However, the bed was comfy, everything was very clean, the Wi-Fi was strong & fast, and the restaurant was good.

Really cool old hotel from the days of the Wild West. It has a great restaurant and bar and we got a coupon for the restaurant. You can sit on the porch and drink while looking out at the Main Street.

I stayed in one of the "cowboy rooms" with a shared bath. Both the room and the bathrooms were very clean and the overall experience was good. My only complaint is that it was very hot and stuffy in the room, and it could really use a fan.

Be aware, this is an old hotel. It has been maintained well but definely not updated in any way. Our room was clean as well as the bathroom. Beds were comfortable but the curtains are not darkening at all. The people working there are the true gems, from check in to the bar staff to the waitstaff in the restaurant, these people were great.

Terrible net work, no close to dinning area and very expensive gas station. I suggest you better fill out your fuel tank before you entrance to this location. I won't come back 2nd time to this location.

We felt for the price it wasn't the best place to stay but I don't know how it compares to other hotel/motels in the area. But I think they can charge that price because of the fact that there is not much else in the area. The room was slightly upgraded from the pics we saw online. The bed was pretty hard. I think they could stand to get a memory foam mattress pad to make the beds more comfortable if they are not looking for an expense to buy new beds. They could stand to add a headboard as well. Definitely a motel feel which I didn't totally realize when booking the room but it was generally acceptable for 1 nights stay and seemed quite clean

They give a $4 discount for food. Salmon was good. Steak was ok. Biscuits and gravy was terrible and homemade cinnamon roll was as heavy as a brick. Hotel overcharged at check in but did adjust bill next day when brought to the attention of management. Great bar area with great bartender Christina. Try bloody Mary very very tasty.

Built in 1877, it stands with beauty and pride. 139 years hotel will speak for itself. We all love this place and wish we will stay there again.

That's me. No air conditioning. No shower. Hard bed.

Main Street, Highway 395 Bridgeport CA

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Bridgeport Inn places you 19.4 mi (31.2 km) from Bodie Historic District. This 31-room hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Dining

This hotel is home to a fine-dining restaurant and a bar/lounge. For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to noon.


Rooms

Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Free local calls are also standard.


Property features

At Bridgeport Inn, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a library. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Front-desk staff can assist with tours/tickets and luggage storage. Other amenities at this hot springs hotel include a TV in a common area, a garden, and barbecue grills.

Room options

Basic Cottage, 1 Queen Bed

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 8

Double Room, Shared Bathroom

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Suite

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

3 Double Beds | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Bridgeport Inn

Everyone (13) Couples (1) Family (1) Other (1)
5
Partner Couples

We reserved a room (the last?) while only miles away from Bridgeport, yet when we arrived they had an upgrade available for us.

By on Jul 16, 2022

3
Everyone

The inn is on Main street and centrally located to easily explore the area. The entrance to the inn is at the left and the restaurant to the right. Guests and diners get confused entering and exiting creating a bottleneck. The price was great for a 3 night stay, but I didn't know I'd be sharing a bathroom with other guests. I would suggest giving guests an option so that they're aware. The staff are very nice and down to earth. Thank you!

By on Jun 20, 2021

3
Everyone

Did not stay there. Rooms had no small refrigerators, no microwave, many had no bathrooms.

By on Jun 14, 2021

5
Family

The front was a historical building, apparently originally a stage coach stop. Pleasant restaurant.

By on Jun 6, 2021

3
Everyone

It's very, very old and in ok condition for a place so old, but room is tiny and bathroom is REALLY tiny.

By on Aug 8, 2019

3
Everyone

The bed was very uncomfortable and the room was very small. There was so much light from the hallway and outside neon sign it was difficult to sleep. Steps to the second floor are very steep and narrow. Made it difficult to carry things upstairs. It was way overpriced.

By on Jul 18, 2019

4
Everyone

My room faced main Street so it was noisy until after 10pm. However, the next day was 4th of July so I had an awesome view of their 157th annual parade. For a town of 575 people, it was amazing.

By on Jul 5, 2019

5
Everyone

This is an "antique" hotel. The rooms are tiny (with the bath down the hall). However, the bed was comfy, everything was very clean, the Wi-Fi was strong & fast, and the restaurant was good.

By , from El Paso, TX on Sep 19, 2018

5
Everyone

Really cool old hotel from the days of the Wild West. It has a great restaurant and bar and we got a coupon for the restaurant. You can sit on the porch and drink while looking out at the Main Street.

By , from California on Sep 12, 2018

4

nice but hot

Everyone

I stayed in one of the "cowboy rooms" with a shared bath. Both the room and the bathrooms were very clean and the overall experience was good. My only complaint is that it was very hot and stuffy in the room, and it could really use a fan.

By , from San Francisco on Sep 1, 2017

Review comment responded on Sep 3, 2017

Thank you for the review. We do appreciate your business.

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