The Highlander and the Village Inn are both excellent choices as well. Very close to the slopes.
If you don't mind driving a short stretch, there is an establishment in the little town of Thomas (2 miles north of Davis) called the Purple Fiddle. Excellent coffee, wraps, sandwiches and one of the largest selections of beer and wine in the area. Anyway...next door to it is the Fiddler's Roost. It's a little B&B that the Fiddle runs. It's small (just 5 guest rooms) and it is an older building but it's clean and very eclectic. Runs 49 a night on weekdays and 69 on weekends. Also, the Fiddle has the absolute best live acoustic bluegrass on Friday's and Saturday nights you'll find within 100 miles of CV. I never cared much for the BG twang until I heard some of the live bands playing in that place. Incredible...and you can sit on a couch 5 feet from the stage if you want to. Even if you opt for other accomodations, you should swing by the Fiddle for a good seat on Fri or Sat. Usually a $5 or $7 cover once the band gets set up but well worth it. Here's a few B&B pix http://www.purplefiddle.com/events.html
and the Fiddle's main site is http://www.purplefiddle.com.
If you're not into the music and you want a place just to unwind, they have board games lining the walls for patron's use. Great place to knock down some high end coffee on a cold winter's day over a backgammon board. Also offer two internet terminals free for customer use. I'd live in CV year round if there was work to be had. It's got a Berkely ambience that can't be beat. Anyway, I'm rambling...again have a great time this season.