Victorian Mansion, Buellton

Victorian Mansion

326 Bell Street

The Victorian Mansion at Los Alamos was originally built in 1864.It took over 10 years and 50 artisans to complete the 6 theme rooms. Hidden bathrooms, spiral staircases, a cannon coffee table, an egyptian mummy, a chariot and a 1956 cadillac are a few of the curiosities contained in the rooms. Spend a night at the drive in movies in the 50's room. The bed is set in an authentic 1956 Cadillac. The gypsy room is set in a forest glade containing your caravan bed. The roman room features a Chariot for your bed, a roman bath and a statue of David The Egyptian room is set in a desert oasis containing your Sheiks tent and a Kin Tut sarcophagus. In the French room you are in an artists loft overlooking the streets of Paris and the Eiffel tower. The Pirate room is the Captains quarters of a sailing ship. The Mansion was selected number one as offbeat Backroads favorite and a "must see" by France's Le Guide Du Routards The Mansion is conveniently located 25 minutes from Solvang which is a Scandinavian village famous for its pastries.... The Mansion is surrounded by 35 famous California wineries all within 15 miles. The closest airport is 15 minutes away for the small aircraft and Santa Barbara airport is 45 miles away from Victorian Mansion.