4.8 on July 08, 2014
Just east of Mt Shasta is the delightful little town of McCloud. Within this town is the McCloud River Inn, an old mill company office transformed into a terrific B&B. The character of the old mill is maintained with our room being one of the old offices complete with wood paneling and plenty of natural lighting. A warm welcome by one of the proprietors, Ursula, including a tour of the old building, a private bathroom and a great breakfast make this B&B one of our favorites and certainly on our list for a return stay!
5 on May 08, 2014
This is probably the cutest inn I have ever stayed in. The decor throws me back into the past in the best ways. I walked around to the vacant rooms to check them out. They were all beautifully decorated. Our room was roomy and comfortable. The bed is wonderful. I have a hard time sleeping away from home normally but slept like a baby. The breakfast was delicious. I definitely want to go back for another visit when I have time to explore that area.
4.0 on May 01, 2014
What value; $99 package for a lovely suite of well appointed rooms, quality linen and comfortable beds, spacious and a fine breakfast. The $25 gift certificate the outdoor recreational store took the cake. The BnB has lovely common spaces and a relaxing atmosphere. There was no staff there when we arrived; a help yourself orientation but there were yummy cookies to greet us. The only compliant I would have was the small bath towels but next to the pluses this was very minor. We will definitely stay there again when we travel to the Mt. Shasta area.
4.4 on April 20, 2014
This place is right in line with other quality bed and breakfasts. The place is nicely kept up and has a great atmosphere. Inn keeper is professional and friendly. Check the Inn's website for specials. We booked a great special that made this a real value (normal prices are still fair, but it's nice to get a good deal).
5 on April 16, 2014
Ursula and staff are top notch! Room was very nice. The fresh baked cookies when we arrived were awesome!! Quiche for breakfast was the bomb! Even the people staying there were very nice! Rooms were quiet. One couple was worried that their 10 month old kept everyone up...we never heard a peep!! We will definitely be staying there again!
4.2 on April 16, 2014
Enjoyed my stay. The hosts were able to answer my questions about local history. Very interesting area.
5 on March 04, 2014
A bed so comfortable we didn't want to get up, except we didn't want to miss the generous and excellent breakfast. Isn't that what a bed and breakfast is supposed to be? The house was once the administrative offices of the lumber company that owned the town,and there's lots of history around if one is interested. Our room, Switchboard, was large, beautifully decorated, and comfortably furnished; however, thankfully, traditional decor stopped at the door to the modern and functional bathroom. Our hosts were helpful, interesting, and kindly kept hot water for tea available all day long (since it was either raining or snowing, we worked and read in our room a lot).
5 on September 10, 2013
I love my time at Mccloud River Inn. It is always beautiful, relaxing, and quite. The waterfall room is my choice because it is spacious, and has a wonderful Jacuzzi tub that always helps me to relax. .
5 on May 05, 2012
Great hospitality and gourmet breakfast.
4.0 on September 14, 2011
We decided to stop in McCloud en route to an event in Oregon, and are glad we did. The inn is very nice and the service friendly. A nearby hike to waterfalls along the McCloud river was recommended which we thoroughly enjoyed. Freshly made cookies were an unexpected treat on our arrival!
4.6 on August 30, 2011
We stayed in one of the other B&Bs in McCloud previously, and found this one to be superior in every way. Our hostess was very personable and the breakfast superb. The bathroom was spotless, as was the rest of the building.
4.0 on August 26, 2011
We stayed in the President's Room. It was very large and comfortable. Take a drive up the road to Mt. Shasta too. It was a clear day we were there. Innkeeper makes chocolate chip cookies and has them waiting.
4.0 on July 17, 2011
My husband and I celebrated our 15 year anniversary by getting away and staying at this Inn. We loved the beauty of the area and the gorgeous Inn! Our first sight and smell when we walked in were from the the delicious plate of homemade chocolate chip cookies that were there for all the guests! Our room was perfect and we loved relaxing in the whirlpool tub for two right in the bedroom! Not far from the Inn are amazing places to hike and see the breath-taking falls! This was my favorite anniversary celebration by far and we really hope we can go back soon! Thank you Ursula, for taking care of us! PS. We loved the breakfast quiche, yogurt and fruit too! Sandie Haskins Lincoln, Ca.
5 on June 05, 2011
I stayed at the McCloud River Inn during Memorial day weekend. The room I stayed at The President's Map Room was so cozy, comfortable, and very spacious (even a both room was spacious). Breakfast was delicious each mornings. Fruit with yogurt was served beautifully, and the main plate followed. Coffee, tea, and home-baked cookies are available all day. It took 15 min or so to get City of Shasta, but I enjoyed driving on 89. Scenery was beautiful. Also, there were a lot of places to see and visit in McCloud. Highly recommenced!!
5 on April 12, 2011
This was my second visit to McCloud River Inn. Despite my disappointment over a last minute dog sledding trip cancellation, my sisters and I had a wonderful time exploring the Shasta region, having a wonderful birthday dinner at Wayside Café and enjoying the hospitality of Ursula and her husband Mike. The full breakfast was delicious and beautifully presented, and Ursula allowed us a late checkout while I consoled myself with a pedicure and manicure at a local salon. The cookies in the afternoon are soooo good. The town of McCloud is a friendly place to visit and central to the Ski Park and other area attractions. We are planning to be back for the Christmas season with more of the family to stay at the Inn.
4.6 on March 24, 2011
Stopping at the McCloud River Inn was a one-night stay with our intention to make it to Ashland, OR for a matinee the next day. The snow began falling just about check-in time (6PM); we saw a note and keys in the welcome box directing us to our room, but Ursula and Mike hadn't left yet. We had scheduled a meal in Dunsmuir (around 15 miles away) and after quick hello's and their opinion that the road from McCloud to Rte 5 would be navigable without chains so far, we had a great dinner at Cafe Maddelena. Our trip back was uneventful except that the snow covering Rte 89 was not insignificant. We slept hoping the snowfall would stop. It did not, and by daybreak McCloud was a winter wonderland with chains required from McCloud to the freeway and on the freeway well past the Mt Shasta cities heading north. We were served a delicious frittata for breakfast by Ursula and discovered Mike piecing together a set of cables to get us on the road. He mounted them and showed me how to handle them. I offered to pay for the cables and his service and he waved me off. Long story, short....the cables held out through the snowy portion of I-5 headed up across the Siskiyous, and we made our matinee at the Oregon Shakespeare festival with 20 minutes to spare. Next trip we will plan some more leisure time in McCloud, which looked to be a fascinating step into an earlier time and Southern side of Mt. Shasta. The hosts at the McCloud River Inn have two new fans. Ed and Rina, Santa Cruz, CA
5 on March 14, 2011
Stayed here as a gift, we will be back. The rooms are huge, nicely decorated. We looked at all 5, every one was outstanding. Food was excellent, nice array of things to pick from. Nice big screen TV in one room, plus a fun sitting area in the back. The Innkeeper made cookies every day, not fair to make the house smell that good. Stay here, it's a nice location, right next to the main street, very short drive to restaurants in town and also to town of Mt. Shasta. Very friendly staff, gave us some great dinner ideas.
4.6 on August 27, 2010
I have stayed at the McCloud River in on 4 separate weekends and consider it a unique and enjoyable place. It has an excellent location, is quiet, the room was ornately decorated and furnished and spotless. The food is always something new and excellent. I highly recommend anyone visiting the McCloud area to try it-I almost guarantee they will return time and again as I have. Bill Malosh Sacramento, Ca
4.8 on January 21, 2010
Great hotel, The rooms was clean and homey. The whirlpool was awesome. Breakfast was good and met some really nice people in the morning. If ever in the area I would recomend you stay here.
4.8 on December 25, 2008
The owners of this B&B have provided a perfect retreat. We enjoyed our stay so much, we booked another date as we left!