Lodging near Yosemite for your Winter Adventure

Are you headed to Yosemite this winter? If so, February is the perfect time! For just a few weeks each year, in late February, Horsetail Fall will be at just the right angle to catch the sun’s glow, causing it to turn into a stream of fire. The “Fire Falls” phenomenon, (where the water glows orange and red like molten lava), attracts hundreds of visitors to Yosemite Valley each year. If the conditions are right (clear sky & appropriate water flow), and you’re there at sunset, you just may be able to witness this one of a kind spectacle. There are plenty of locations to view the waterfall throughout Yosemite Valley and you can pick up a park map in one of the many little shops in the resort town of Twain Harte.

yosemite sierra mountains bed & breakfast innSurely, after a long day of sightseeing you will want to settle down next to your own glowing fire! Join us at McCaffrey House Bed & Breakfast Inn for your Yosemite Lodging and relax by the fireplace during our wine and cheese happy hour, every day from 5-6pm. Located only a short drive from Yosemite, McCaffrey House is where convenience meets comfort.

Our well-appointed rooms and delicious daily breakfast will have you glad you chose us for your Yosemite adventure. (If you’re headed out early for the day we can even arrange an early breakfast for you, just let us know in advance.)

If you want to see Yosemite’s Firefall in February book McCaffrey House now, its luxurious rooms and beautiful wooded views will be the perfect retreat after a long day of adventuring. We even offer pet friendly rooms if you’ve brought your furry friend along to see the park. When searching for Yosemite Lodging, McCaffrey House is the place to be!

By |2019-02-02T19:29:53-07:00January 10th, 2019|McCaffrey House Bed & Breakfast Inn, Sierra Mountains, Yosemite|Comments Off on Lodging near Yosemite for your Winter Adventure


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.