À propos de ce logement
This room features a king bed and antique decor from the Orient to comfortably transport you to another world. Located on the south side of this historic building, it is a sun filled suite, nice views of the mountains and even a peek of the trains as they pass by. The old fashion kitchen and bathroom still retain some of the 1940's features, ask for pots & pans.
Great eateries, wonderful hikes, Botanical Gardens all withing walking distance. Drink and bathe in the best water in the world.
Stay in a quirky historic hotel in beautiful, Dunsmuir! Find out why: It's the famous "Ripley's Believe It or Not" Upside Down Hotel - you enter the lobby and ...
A 2 minute walking distance from the Amtrak, downtown shops and restaurants, and the Sacramento River.
This old hotel offers a stay like no other! Built in the early 1920’s by Abner Weed, and originally called “The Weed Hotel,” Hotel Dunsmuir burned to the ground and was rebuilt in the 1940’s in traditional 40’s Art Deco Style. The post fire renovations were built around the building’s original brick skeleton. With the re-opening of the hotel in 1947 it again became known as “Dunsmuir’s finest”.
Once the largest city north of Sacramento, travelers visited Dunsmuir for its lively culture, pure healing water, and incredible natural beauty. Hotel Dunsmuir offered the most extravagant accommodations available in town and was once frequented by wealthy travelers and movie stars.
After almost 100 years, the building is in the process of being revived yet again. The rooms available are uniquely themed and feature a full kitchen, sitting room, bedroom and bathroom. Relax, explore the town’s rich history, soak up the incredible natural beauty and pure glacial drinking water, and support our efforts to restore The Hotel Dunsmuir.
Accès des voyageurs
You will have access to your suite, the roof and the lobby of the hotel.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I work full time and am happy to interact with guests when available.
Located in the Shasta Cascade area of Northern California, Dunsmuir is a popular destination for tourists. Visitors come to fish trout in the Sacramento and McCloud Rivers, or to see and climb Mount Shasta, Castle Crags or the Trinity Alps. Visitors ski (both alpine and cross-country) and bicycle, or can hike to the waterfalls, streams and lakes in the area, including nearby Mossbrae Falls, Hedge Creek Falls, Lake Siskiyou, Castle Lake and Shasta Lake.
Dunsmuir is located on the Upper Sacramento River, a blue ribbon trout stream that attracts fishermen from all over the world. Wild rainbow trout abound in the river. Additionally, the City has a private stocking permit from the Department of Fish and Game. The City currently has a "Big Fish Program" and stocks the river within the city limits with trophy-sized rainbow trout up to 14 pounds (6.4 kg). These stockings take place during the summer months. Catch-and-Release fishing is permitted in the river during the off-season, so fly-fishing is available year round.
The town is also a destination for historical and cultural tourists, as the town has preserved an authentic 1920s and 1930s look and feel. Dunsmuir's long connection with the railroad draws railfans to enjoy the sights and sounds of the railroad in the steep Sacramento River canyon. Dunsmuir is officially a Union Pacific "Train Town" and enjoys many financial benefits because of its relationship with the railroad.
Dunsmuir has frequent events that draw people from far and wide. Dunsmuir has been described by many as an ideal venue. During the summer, the City hosts many local weekend festivals, including "State of Jefferson Brewfest", "Dogwood Daze", "Railroad Days" and the "Tribute to the Trees" al fresco dinner/concert along the river in the City's pristine park, home to Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens. These events, along with the wonderful work done by the volunteers of the Botanical Gardens, bring joy to those visiting Dunsmuir. The City also has another river's edge park, Tauhlindahli Park, over which passes Interstate Five, and several popular easy access fishing spots.
Lots to see and do withing walking distance.
We are located next to the train station.
Registered guests only.
Please clean up and wash dishes after preparing a meal.
Food and coffee grounds go into the container provided, please refrigerate food waste so as to not encourage ants.
We charge a basic cleaning fee to cover the costs of laundering sheets, towels, and general cleaning.
You can avoid additional cleaning fees by leaving the space as clean as you found it.
If extra cleaning is required we charge $25 per hour. If you leave the apartment as you found it, there will be no additional charges beyond the basic cleaning fee. Please don't remake the beds if they've been slept in, so that we we know which sheets need to be cleaned.
Missing key fee $25.
Any damages or missing items will be reported and you will be charged for them.
Please do not leave wet clothes on the floor, wooden furniture or allow wet clothes to drip onto the floors as it can damage the wood and carpet…
Skis or bicycles may not be brought into the apartment.
Old building=Old Pipes | Flush toilet paper only.
No FEMININE PRODUCTS, BABY WIPES OR DIAPERS IN TOILETS PLEASE!
Make sure all lights, fans and heaters are turned off when you leave the apartment.
The recycle bins for glass and plastic are located in the cupboard by the stairs and the trash bins are outside the main door to the right of the building.
We appreciate your assistance in keeping our environment clean and green.
This is a peaceful space and we ask you to remember to respect the privacy and quiet of your neighbor's.
Keep noise to a minimum and make sure you observe quiet time 9pm to 7am.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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