Ratings based on 59 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good place to stay overlooking Mt.ShastaPosted Jul 7, 2014
Kind and thoughtful service. Not many option for restaurant and had to go next town for the selection.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Quaint Hotel With Quality FeelPosted Jun 3, 2014
Pros: A/C, WiFi, comfortable, breakfast included ($20 per room), Spacious bathroom
Cons: The bed creaked a little whenever we moved and with a sleeping baby nearby, it proved for a less than perfect nights sleep (because of the baby waking
Location: The only restaurant that was opened past 6pm was at another hotel down the street. It was a little pricey, but the food was excellent and all homemade
We only had the opportunity to stay for one night as we were passing through to Oregon, but our room (Minnesota Room) was beautiful, clean, and ready for us upon arrival. The weather had been warm, but the temperature in our room was cool and inviting. The shower/tub was a tall, older style tub which would have been great for a bath if we had the time. The hotel was fitted with WiFi which worked great, and was much needed since our data limit was fast approaching with our phone provider. Breakfast was included in the corner cafe downstairs and it was delicious. We have already recommended that my in-laws stay here on their trip up north.
for Couplesby Melissa T from SF Bay Area
Romantic Historic GetawayPosted Jan 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
Nestled on the main st of downtown McCloud, it takes you back in time to when the town was bustling with railroads and lumbar. I love how they have kept the historic value and decor of the place. It offers you adorable unique, individual rooms and a common area with small kitchenette and fireplace. Downstairs you can go shopping in one of the many stores. Also grab food at the cafe on the corner. Only 15 east of Mt. Shasta city. The only issue I have was the dust or something that caused my boyfriend and me to sneeze constantly the entire time we were there.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Great Hotel Amazing BreakfastPosted Nov 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
The beds were a little uncomfortable. The rooms are amazing, very friendly help, the free breakfast at the diner is amazing Aubrey and the crew whip up amazing omlettes.
for Couplesby Laurie from Gilroy
charming and romanticPosted Nov 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was our first time in the Shasta area in many years and we had never been to McCloud before. We used the search engine for Hotels.com and found the McCloud River Mercantile Inn. It was everything we hoped for and more. The hotel was authentically furnished with rustic antiques and decor. The bed was comfortable and the in room gas fireplace very romantic. Darlene and Kevin were great hosts and helped us find restaurants and sites in the area. The room had dual showers and a great soaking tub. We would definitely go back.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler from Eugene
Nice respit off I-5.Posted Nov 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Make sure that White Mountain Cafe is open during the time of your stay.
for Business Travelersby carol and rich from east bay ca
Beautiful locationPosted Sep 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
We absolutely enjoyed every minute of our stay. The room was clean and very tastefully decorated, we stayed in the Railroad Room which had a soaking tub that was fantastic.The bed was very comfortable. Everyone at the hotel was very nice and helpful telling us about the area and places to see. To tell you the truth we felt very at home. Our Golden Retriever was welcomed and he enjoyed the walks thru the town and down to the water falls not to faraway. The food at the White Mountain Cafe is really good. We are going to go back and stay again. I recommend this hotel you won't be disappointed.
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 Couplesby maddy from England
Wished we could stay longerPosted Sep 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
We were upgraded to Charles Miller room at no extra cost. Views of Mount Shasta at sunset and late dawn were fantastic. Room was very large as were the bed and the bathroom area. Very friendly staff and $20 credit for breakfast at the café was very welcome.
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.