Volcano Union Inn + Pub—an 1880s saloon and boarding house reborn as a California Pub and Four-Room Bed and Breakfast in the village of Volcano, nestled deep in the heart of picturesque Amador County and the California Gold Country. The Union was built in 1880 by four itinerate French Canadians for $400. It was a boarding house for hard-working miners and locals until the 1920's. It enjoyed a brief reawakening in the 1950's, and thereafter it was, by turns, vacant, a private residence, and finally it was restored into a lovely destination in 2000 by the David/Burney Family. Since 2009 The Union has become a lively locals hangout and visitors delightful discovery. Offering fresh seasonal pub food, four comfortable and modern guest rooms and special event space.
American, Breakfast, Dinner, Pub FoodDining Style