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The Weaverville Hotel

1 review

203 Main Street
Weaverville, CA 96093-0537 US



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Payment types accepted include Visa, Travelers Checks, Master Card, Personal Checks and Cash.

The types of beds available include Queen, Twin and Double.


Circa 1863. Sitting in the midst of Trinity Alps in the historic downtown district, this restored hotel is listed in the National Register. Play cards or gather for conversation by the fire in the Victorian parlor. Television, a guest refrigerator and 24-hour refreshments are available in the small lounge. Relax on porch swings and rockers beside the hotel. Guest bedrooms are named after Trinity County gold mines and feature generous amenities. Many rooms boast four-poster beds, gas fireplaces and clawfoot or champagne tubs. A five dollar per person credit is provided for breakfast at the nearby Noel's Garden Café or The Nugget Restaurant. Enjoy gym privileges offered across the street at White Wolf Gym.Publicity and Awards: James Hilton's "Lost Horizon", "Gold Is Where You Find It" (1938).Location: Mountains and Small town.


Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Snacks/Refreshments.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Snacks/Refreshments and Restaurant off Premises.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Reading Lamps, CD Player, Ceiling Fans, Clock Radio, Coffeemaker, Turn-Down Service, Desk, Hot Tub/Spa/Jaccuzi, Fireplace, Hair Dryer, Bathrobes, Bath Amenities, Iron/Ironing Board and four rooms with clawfooted "champagne tubs" with warmed air bubbles.
Amenities On Site: Library, Parlor Games, Copy Machine, Phone, Fax, Fireplace, Limited Handicap Access, Television, Hearing Impared, VCR, Laundry Facilities, Gift Shop and DVD.



“We booked this hotel as we were visiting Weaverville for the 'Autumn in the Alps' Quilt Festival and because it is right on Main Street and next to the Band Stand. We were delighted to find it a wonderfully comfortable hotel with modern amenities and authentically historic ambience: antiques in the rooms, old photos, newspaper articles, etc. The room was quiet and the bed was very comfortable; the best we'd slept on all week. The parlour, with it's fireplace, was delightful. WiFi was strong throughout the building. The proprietor, Jeanne, was very friendly and extremely helpful. We left behind an iPhone adapter; she notified us as soon as it was found, and sent it to us immediately. ... Best of all, from our perspective, the hotel had one of the largest displays of quilts on Main Street: hanging from the balcony as well as on lines all across the front of the hotel. That's Civic Pride!”
— Rick Harter