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Weaverville Hotel

Lodging, Hotel or Motel
Hospitality Since 1861

As you walk through the hotel’s door, you'll feel the history. Guests can expect to soak up the ambiance of yesteryear which is pleasantly paired with all the modern conveniences. Each room is named after a Trinity County gold mine and beautifully decorated for a nostalgic era gone by. Creaky floors, ironed sheets, bubble bath in the tubs, antique wine glasses and opener in all rooms, and spa robes are just a few of the unexpected little luxuries offered by this small hotel. The genuine welcome and hospitality is a rare and unexpected extra in today’s busy world.

Attributes

  • Locally or Family-Owned Business
  • Family-Friendly

Located in the midst of the Trinity Alps, in the historic downtown district, this hotel is an anchor of the town's gold rush history.

Originally built in 1861, it was restored to its original high ceilings and wood floors during renovation finished in 2004. The ambiance is of the 1880’s with four-poster beds, gas log fireplaces, and claw-footed tubs in most of the 7 rooms. All rooms have private bathrooms with showers, air conditioners, heaters, ceiling fans, hair dryers, coffee makers, and WiFi. A microwave and refrigerator are available in the store-room across from Room 2. A telephone is available for guests in the telephone booth at the top of the stairs. No smoking inside the building but there are several swings and comfortable rocking chairs along the side of the hotel where guests are welcome to smoke if they wish. This is a pleasant place to sit on a summer evening, even if you don't smoke. Rates are lower during the week than on week-ends, quite a bit lower in the winter time than during the summer.

Hours

Check-in is between 2pm and 6pm and check-out is at 11am unless otherwise arranged.

Please call for questions:
(800) 750-8853 or (530) 623-2222

Pricing

Each room is priced according to size, day of reservation, number of occupants, and ammenities.

Amenities

Enjoy a game of cards or a cup of fresh-brewed tea, chat with friends, or just curl up in front of the fire with a good book in the old-fashioned, quiet ambiance of the Victorian parlor and library. Teas, coffees, decafs and old-fashioned gingerbread cookies from local Susie's Bakery are available 24 hours a day in the small lounge behind the parlor. Also, you can enjoy an assortment of old movies, or watch the news if you like.