The Vineyard House.
What memories this place evokes, and that is just my reminiscing. Chicken and dumplings served by a tiny elderly lady who might be a spirit; discovering beer so dark it tastes of molasses; a co-worker who caretook there keeping the PM shift (and some elderly patients) at the local convalescent hospital enthralled by tales of unhuman footfalls overhead, a cozy woodstove and a warm bread pudding; an entire side room filled to the brim with forever friends and a bursting dining table; an anniversary bed upstairs and not one ghost (darn!).
The old real photo postcard (RPPC) above reads at the bottom (written in ink) "Native Sons Home, Coloma Cal." On the top floor it looks like all the shutters are closed.
This card reads "Historic Vineyard House, Cold Springs Road,, just off Hwy. 49, Coloma, California. Built in 1878 by Robert Chalmers as his private residence, house has 18 rooms, and a 25 X 60 Ft. ballrooms. Restaurant, Country Inn, Gift Shop, Saloon and Museum open all year. Color photo by Bernie Long." Written in ink "A great place to eat."
Unless you aren't too fond of ghosts... but that is a story for another day.