Sequoia Restaurant

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This 1853 former private residence is now an antique-furnished restaurant, serving up delightful local cuisine and a variety of ghost stories. Rumour has it that a ghostly child has been seen playing in the garden and that a former owner, Colonel Bee, has been seen in the dining room (originally the parlour room) staring into space. It is said that the colonel never got over the death of his son, and returned so he could be with him in another life.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

643 Bee Street
Placerville, CA
United States

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38.7322664, -120.80858290000003
El Dorado County, California
Nearest Towns:
Placerville, CA (0.6 mi.)
Diamond Springs, CA (2.6 mi.)
Cold Springs, CA (3.4 mi.)
Deer Park, CA (3.6 mi.)
Coloma, CA (6.4 mi.)
Camino, CA (7.2 mi.)
Shingle Springs, CA (7.8 mi.)
Cameron Park, CA (10.6 mi.)
Pollock Pines, CA (12.1 mi.)
Georgetown, CA (12.2 mi.)


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