Once the headquarters of the McCloud River Lumber company and the towns first bank, the two-story historic 1903 Victorian home is just off the town's main thoroughfare. Accommodations are comprised of large rooms which are decorated in antique period pieces. A large open deck invites guests to enjoy the view of Mount Shasta and fresh crisp air.
Smoke free premises. 5 units, some two bedrooms. 2 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.
I-5 exit 736 (SR 89/McCloud), 9 mi e; 0.3 mi n on W Minnesota Ave to Main St, just n to Lawndale Ct, then just w. Located in historic district. 325 Lawndale Ct 96057 (PO Box 1560).
Dining & Entertainment
no TVs, no phones, wireless Internet.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 8 guests
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Pros: It was like me and the kids owned the place. We were able to make ourselves right at home. The breakfast was one of the best meals of the entire trip..
Cons: the town totally shuts down at 8 pm
We had use of a real fridge & a microwave on the main floor. We were able to eat our leftovers in comfort. Very convenient to the main street for donning, shopping, & wandering around.
Pros: Warm welcome. Comfy & charming B&B. Outstanding breakfasts, which included a fresh fruit salad. Excellent variety & very fresh.
Cons: Nothing negative.
Pros: The staff was very nice and made reservation for us for dinner down the street. Historical old building with lots of charm.
Cons: The bed significantly sagged in the middle. There was a water glass on the floor under the night table. The ice machine in the hallway was very loud.
Pros: Big room with comfortable bed. Double spa tub in room. Air conditioning unit. Very friendly staff and excellent breakfasts. Quiet location. Free Wi-Fi and cookies. Walking distance to all local eateries.
Cons: Only thing was noisy fan connected to light in bathroom.