HISTORY

The 1883 Burlington Hotel is the Victorian jewel of historic Port Costa, California. Set in a canyon in John Muir country on the shores of the Carquinez Strait and surrounded by sprawling parkland and open space, the hotel offers a glimpse into the region’s colorful past...

THE CAFE

Spacious, bright and overlooking the hotel garden and the main street, the cafe offers a simple menu and a sunny, beautiful place to relax and chew the fat with your friends. And chewing fat is just what you'll do. We use a lot of butter here. And, upholding the town tradition of refusing to brew decaf, we brew our coffee super strong and by the cup. If you want decaf...

ROOMS & RESERVATIONS

The Burlington has 19 unusual rooms to choose from, ranging from very small to spacious and from eclectic to rustic elegance. There are a variety of rooms including individual rooms, private adjoining suites, and both private and common baths. Take a peek at our unique rooms to find something just right for you...

LOCAL RESTAURANTS & BARS

Port Costa is said to have once hosted at least 12 bars depending on who you ask. Regardless, we're down to two... for a town of 191. Happily, both of our wonderful gold-rush evocative bars have restaurants as well. Whatever you're craving, it is not far away...

RECREATION & SIGHTS

The primary sport of those visiting Port Costa may seem to be tossing back beers at The Warehouse Cafe. But there is a lot more going on here than might be apparent at first glance while sitting at sea level out in the old rail yard parking lot. Port Costa is surrounded by preserved lands. With access to miles of hiking and biking trails, Port Costa is a perfect base for those looking to enjoy the landscape and nature of the region. Port Costa is also an oasis of a stop on the Carquinez Scenic Road bicycle path and The Bay Trail network. It can even be reached via a short jaunt from the Bay Ridge Trail...

GETTING HERE

Port Costa can be reached by car from I-80 through the town of Crockett or from Highway 4 via McEwen Road (more scenic). There is no public transit directly to Port Costa. However, it can be reached by bicycle or by taxi from the Vallejo Ferry Landing in Vallejo, the Amtrak station in Martinez or from the Hercules Transit Center...