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My husband and I took a side trip to the Trinity Alps on Jan 2, 2015. We booked the Weaverville Hotel and thought we would stay one day. Our Room was superb, welcoming with the fireplace and sitting area and our host and hostess Jeanne...More
When we booked the Weaverville Hotel it looked like a great location,right in the middle of the historic district in this Gold Rush era town. The best surprise was how the owners, Jeanne and Brian treated us like old friends and did everything to make...More
We booked this hotel as we were visiting Weaverville for the 'Autumn in the Alps' Quilt Festival and because it is right on Main Street and next to the Band Stand. We were delighted to find it a wonderfully comfortable hotel with modern amenities and...More
We recently stayed at the Weaverville Hotel when we attended a family gathering of the ancestors of one of the founding families of the hotel. The hotel has been updated for comfort but still retains the period look. All the furniture are antiques but there...More
We were on our way to Weed for a 50th wedding anniversary weekend, and decided to take advantage of the trip to see the Joss House in Weaverville (which has been our bucket list forever).
We decided on the Weaverville Hotel as a place to...More
Response from Jeanne M | Property representative |
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."