If you're looking to surprise that special someone for an anniversary, birthday or even a honeymoon, the Lovers Caboose could be just the thing! Tony & Peggy would love to help you with this celebration by placing petals on the bed, or arranging for some locally-crafted exceptional truffles.
With its canopied bed and peach colored mirrored accents, many people have referred to the Lovers Caboose as the Honeymoon Caboose.
Part of the uniqueness of the Lovers Caboose is the private Jacuzzi tub, our only caboose where the tub is nestled away in its own private room. Bring along a bottle of the bubbly - there are a few unique local sparkling wines that you can pick-up along the way.
Right outside your door there is a little park setting with a fountain and the shade of one of Northern California's famous redwood trees. It's a beautiful setting to spark some romance or just relax.
Lovers Caboose Suite Amenities
Lovers Caboose History
Lovers Caboose started its life as a Caboose on the Southern Pacific rail line. Southern Pacific built these cabooses with bay windows instead of a cupola on the top. This means this caboose is a little bigger in the middle. We believe that this caboose served on local lines up in Northern California and was built right after World War ][.
Lovers Caboose is a member of Class C-30-5, one 80 cars (including 30 for SP subsidiary Texas and New Orleans or T&NO) built by SP's Los Angeles General Shops between March and May of 1949. This class appears to be identical, other than a few minor details, to class C-30-4, built by American Car and Foundry (AC&F) in 1947. AC&F manufactured body panels for class C-30-5 and shipped them to Los Angeles for assembly by SP.
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