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All reviews staff was friendly and helpful vaulted ceilings who lives nearby mini muffins would stay here again wandering around nice property continental breakfast is railroad museum victorian style new owners one of a kind nevada county the main street nq woods snow
We had a chalet for the weekend. The deck overlooked the waterfall and creek. It was so peaceful and serene. The chalet was nicely laid out and spacious. There was a pet/urine odor that was not pleasant and I needed to buy a candle to...More
I am really reluctant to give the Northern Queen low marks. But sadly, I must. The inn is a historic landmark, and as a lifelong railfan, I've long wanted to visit the hotel with it's own narrow gauge railroad. I visited with my family to...More
Dirty, smelly room. Broken coffee maker which also hadn't been cleaned. Dishes and silver wear were dirty. Staff rude and unhelpful. I was really disappointed. Left multiple messages for manager to contact me, none were returned.
A difficult review to write, given that expectations were hight for a 39th anniversary getaway. Location out of the center, great trees and a creek (though dry after May) with space and some outdoor seating makes this potentially a good choice. Add to that the...More
BEWARE of racism here! We were lied to in an attempt to prevent us from staying there. My boyfriend and I are an interracial couple. I am African my boyfriend is Mexican and French. We arrived to the inn in the a.m. hours, tired from...More
We are a pet friendly hotel (there is an extra charge for people with pets) with a year round stream and waterfall running right through our property. Downtown is just within walking distance, but far enough away so that it... More
We are a pet friendly hotel (there is an extra charge for people with pets) with a year round stream and waterfall running right through our property. Downtown is just within walking distance, but far enough away so that it is still quiet and peaceful.
The Northern Queen Inn