Circa 1900. Nestled within the beauty of Shasta National Forest, rests this country Victorian. Five serene acres of lawns and woodland create a peaceful setting for this Nationally Registered Historic Inn. The interior has been painstakingly restored, and each of the five guest rooms has its own individual charm. Private baths are standard with some rooms boasting of whirlpool tubs. Breakfasts are a treat, and a typical menu might include a savory Greek quiche, homemade breads and a selection of fresh fruits. Enjoy your breakfast in the parlor or on the veranda while watching the birds play. Plan time for a relaxing massage at our on site Day Spa while staying at the inn. If you are interested in outdoor activities, you will not be disappointed. Among these activities near the inn are hiking, site seeing, mountain biking, fishing, golf, alpine skiing, snowmobiling, etc. Local shops and historic sites are within easy walking distance.
The light colors, antique furniture, and cozy atmosphere of The Drawing Room will give your spirit the lift you've been looking for during your stay. Comfortably accommodating two, this room is perfect for a private getaway with that special someone. Details:
If it's richness you want, The President's Map Room is ready and waiting. Deep toned wood with rich white and green accents provide an elegant atmosphere to relax in style. Its richness, generous space, and luxurious bathroom combine to make this room a far cry from the ordinary. Once the primary office for the President of the Lumber Company, it is now destined for those who want to rest in style. Details:
This spacious room will comfortably accommodate a family in need of space, but is equally well suited for the more romantically minded guests. The Mother McCloud Suite combines space, luxury, romance, and amenities, while compromising nothing in the process. Let the richness of this Victorian room captivate your senses as you unwind to a relaxed pace in McCloud. Details:
Once the center of communication for the McCloud area, now enjoy this window filled room with a filtered view of Mt. Shasta. The bright and airy ambiance of The Switchboard Room sets it aglow for all that enter. A distinctive choice for the hopelessly in love, this room includes an adjacent sitting room with daybed making it just as perfect for families.Details:
The pinnacle of romantic accommodations, no corners cut, and no detail overlooked. Named after the relaxing and romantic McCloud River Falls, you'll find a relaxing water source of your very own with the two person whirlpool tub! The Waterfalls includes a sitting area that will provide you with comfort beyond compare during your stay with us. Details:
4.2 on September 17, 2014
My husband and I really love this Inn, we stayed in the Mother McCloud room which is beautiful. We really enjoyed the peace and quiet. The service was excellent, and we will be back again!
4.0 on August 05, 2014
I can recommend the house for vacations aswell as for a short stay. Thanks.
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. .
Historic District, Ski Area, Mountains, Small town
Sacramento, CA (SMF-Metropolitan) 180 miles
Take Interstaate 5 north to Mt. Shasta (appx. 3-4 hours). Turn at exit for McCloud and Hwy. 89. Travel 9 miles, turn left on Colombero Drive. Turn right on Lawndale Ct. We are on the right at 325 Lawndale Ct.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Stream/Lake Fishing, Golf, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
BBQ grill, Bath robes, Board games, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos , On Site Day Spa
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
This deliciously light crepe-style pancake is served up with fresh fruit, warm fruit sauce or syrup and real butter. You top it however your heart desires. Enjoy it with the other side dishes and a steaming cup of hot coffee or tea. You'll have fun reading the comments in the guest books about this wonderful breakfast. You might even want to add your own thoughts.