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I've stayed in a lot of fine hotels over my 63 years, but this is one of the nicest. I loved it. The owners, Jeanne and Brian, who beautifully renovated a historic hotel built in 1861, are the on-site managers and they see to every...More
The Weaverville Hotel and Emporium turned out to be really beautiful. Perfectly restored, totally charming, clean, comfortable, and reasonably priced as well. Jeanne is a really gracious hostess, who made us feel that we were welcome in her home. The hotel has a great parlor,...More
My wife and I recently stayed at the Weaverville Hotel during a road trip through Northern California. This was our favorite lodging. The hotel is lovingly restored with charm and an attention to detail. The rooms are comfortable, extremely clean and with linens to die...More
This place is an absolutely gem run by the best innkeeper! Jeanne is sweet, warm, caring and down to earth. She thinks about the type of amenities that guests would like that make their stay a lot more comfortable. There were fluffy bath robes, slippers,...More
This is a wonderful place, and Jeanne Muir really knows how to run a hotel. Spotless, love the authentic decor, creaky wooden floors, most comfortable bed ever. I visited at Thanksgiving, and the whole town really rolls out the holiday trimmings. The room has a...More
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Thank you for your inquiry about the Weaverville Hotel's policy on pets. I do love my dog so am sorry to day, no pets. Since we only have 7 rooms and since most other lodging facilities in town do have pet-friendly rooms... More
Thank you for your inquiry about the Weaverville Hotel's policy on pets. I do love my dog so am sorry to day, no pets. Since we only have 7 rooms and since most other lodging facilities in town do have pet-friendly rooms, we opted not to allow pets. The Weaverville Pet Motel at the other end of town has an excellent reputation if pet owners still want to stay here.
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"My room was toward the center/rear of the building. Nice and quiet, looking over trees."