Ratings based on 51 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Jane from Matlock
Stylish hotel in unspoilt areaPosted Sep 26, 2013
Pros: Authenticity, room size, lovely bed and bathroom
Cons: Hairdryer, some tourist info available, if not in the room then in one of the common areas
Location: Unspoilt forest with trails, close to Mt Shasta city and the mountain itself. Interesting introduction to Oregon and it's emerald triangle!!
Beautifully presented building, lovingly restored with tasteful, comfortable and classy décor and furniture. Room was spacious, clutter-free and fresh.
for Everyoneby Jim from Dubuque, Iowa
Our stay in G.G.'s AtticPosted Sep 13, 2013
Location: McCloud is a fascinating old town with a renewed sense of purpose. Explore it. Restaurant choices, unfortunately, are in short supply.
G.G.'s Attic is a lovely and very large room. It has A/C. The room is suitable for three people. A couch or side chairs would be a nice addition to the room, but there are chairs and a small table that suited our needs. There is a nice common room for all hotel guests. We ate breakfast in the cafe at the north end of the building. The other cafe seemed a bit too pretentious for this journey back in time. If you go during the summer, sit out on the front porch after dark and listen to the crickets. It's a magical experience and will transport you to a time long past, in a place far from civilization. It's not hard to guess that we loved our stay in this great old building.
for Couplesby Annette from Visalia, California
Beautiful hotel close to mountains rivers and lakePosted Sep 12, 2013
Pros: Owners were very friendly and very helpful.
Location: Mount Shasta and McCloud River nearby within easy driving distance. Fish hatchery and lots of rivers and lakes for fishing.
Beautiful hotel in a nice location away from crowds. Lovely view of Mount Shasta from our room. We will definitely be returning when we get the chance.
Recommendedby Maria from San Francisco
Quiet pleasant hotelPosted Aug 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is old but is nicely refurbished and retains its authenticity as an historical building. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, with updates such as flat screen TVs, free wifi, nice bathroom amenities, and breakfast credit at either of two small cafes in the same building. Staff were very friendly and helpful. My reservation in recommending this hotel location is the limited dining options in McCloud. There is only one restaurant that is open after 5:30PM and food there was marginal. For other options, you must drive to either Dunsmuir or Mt. Shasta City.
for Everyoneby Foothills from Placerville, CA
Comfortable, clean and pet friendly!Posted Aug 24, 2013
Pros: The Mercantile Store was fun to browse through and Fountain Cafe offered a diner breakfast which was included with the room (price limit).
Location: 5 mins to the Falls at the Fowler entrance of the forest; a 5-minute drive to Shasta town; a 30 min drive up 7000 ft onto Mt. Shasta (paved road).
We stayed overnight in a pet friendly room. Darlene gave us a nice room on the ground floor with direct access to the garden for potty trips. The room was clean and comfortably decorated with antiques. The wood floor was perfect for our two small dogs. The owners were friendly and very helpful.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Narayanan from Pleasanton
aweseome ambience and comfortable stayPosted Aug 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
very nice hotel in McCloud that is close to Mt.Shasta. We stayed there the night before our hike to Mt.Shasta. The rooms were very unique, spacious and comfortable. (we stayed at the 1940s room and the minnesota room). The owner is a very friendly person . I would definitely keep this place in mind again...
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
This hotel is very cute and charming but...Posted Aug 4, 2013
Pros: Friendly stuff, clean.
Cons: Hotel is too dark and not many opitions for dinner.
Location: Place is really cute but next time we're staying in Shasta. More choices for restaurants, shops and closer to the mountain. :)
Hotel is cute, but not in the city. Nothing around. My room was very well decorated with a nice tub, but the bed was too soft and the room was very dark. (the Founders) Not all roms are the same. If you want to be away from the city this is perfect! Breakfast was good and the people from the hotel were really friendly and nice!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
Exceptionally wonderful place...so relaxing and beautiful. You will love it!
for Couplesby Suzanne from Bay Area -- CA
I love this place!Posted Jul 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
The McCloud River Mercantile Inn was wonderful in so many ways. The room was gorgeous and spotless and every employee we had contact with was incredibly friendly and helpful. Breakfast is offered via a voucher for a charming restaurant conveniently located in the same building -- we loved it. A detail I notice when I stay in hotels is whether the toiletries offered include the cheap shortcut: 'conditioning shampoo' -- ew -- or the real deal. The McCloud had delightful shampoo, conditioner, soaps, etc. Yay! This might me a non-issue for some travelers, but, to me, it shows that the innkeepers pay attention to details. I hope to visit again, but it is a long way from where we live, so we will have to come up with a plan to find ourselves in the area again. Love this hotel!!
Recommendedby Couple on vacation from Sacramneto CA
Posted Jul 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Hotel was really great. The room was charming, look like and old attic. Very comfortable beds. The management was very nice, helpful and was able to reccommend a great lodge near by where we had a great meal. Will deffinately be back.