Food & Drink2018-04-03T23:56:45-07:00


breakfast at mccaffrey house twain harte ca
wine hour at mccaffrey house twain harte ca


Each morning a full breakfast is served at 9 a.m. in the McCaffrey House dining room. Special needs and times are accommodated with advance notice. The morning meal is authored by Stephanie McCaffrey, a master of the culinary arts, and served in a country-style setting … with views of the pristine forest, diverse birds and wildlife, rays of sunshine or snowflakes in flight.



Relax by the fireplace, chat with new found friends, enjoy a glass of wine … complimentary coffee, tea, sparkling cider, plus a cheese, cracker and fruit tray. “Happy Hour” from 5-6 each evening.

Simply wonderful! From Stephanie’s delicious dishes to comfy accommodations; excellent local recommendations to hometown hospitality. This home, built by Michael and Stephanie McCaffery, is a place crafted for warmth and comfort. Stay for a day and you’ll want to book many more! Stephanie is trained in the culinary arts and Michael is schooled in local hot spots and history. Sit sipping wine while learning about local happenings. Enjoy a cup of coffee while learning about favorite dishes and restaurants. This couple will make you feel like you belong!” – Rancho Cucamonga, CA


McCaffrey House, located above the picturesque town of Twain Harte, is an ideal destination for four season travelers. Explore the magnificent Sierra High Country and California's Mother Lode.

Many visitors come to Tuolumne County for the amazing outdoor recreational opportunities: hiking, biking, fishing, river rafting, camping, gold panning, skiing, snowboarding, sightseeing. With Yosemite such a short distance away, this is the perfect destination for outdoor adventurers.

Allow your mind to wander into yesteryear as you see such place names as Chinese Camp, French Flat, Poverty Hill, and Mi Wuk Village. Highway 120 offers year-round access to Yosemite National Park. Our county features Yosemite's Tuolumne Meadows – exquisitely beautiful! The Emigrant Wilderness encompasses several thousand square miles. The elevation ranges from 1,405 feet in Jamestown to 9,628 feet at Sonora Pass. With a population under 60,000 residence, Tuolumne County is one of the least populated counties in California.