We just returned from a trip to Trinity County and a stay at the historic Weaverville Hotel. The hotel was worthy of a trip on its own. The owners have done an incredible job of restoring this beautiful building. The entire hotel is immaculate and the detail of the workmanship is amazing. The woodwork, period furnishings, and beautifully appointed rooms all contribute to a feeling of quiet elegance. Yet the rooms have all the modern conveniences and most even have gas fireplaces. The linens are luxurious and the quality of the amenities is remarkable. But it’s the hospitality that really makes this hotel a jewel. The welcome is warm and welcoming, yet never obtrusive. Jeanne Muir, owner and hostess, is one of the most gracious you’ll find. She’s extremely helpful, knowledgeable about the local history, and goes out of her way to make your stay an enjoyable one. Jeanne, and her husband, Brian, certainly have it down right; this hotel is everything a small hotel should be. And that’s not even counting the big chocolate truffles that magically appear on your turned down bed every evening! We’ll return to Weaverville just to stay in this romantic inn. It’s truly worth the trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel, originally built in 1861, was last rebuilt in 1880 after burning to the ground. We have painstakingly restored it to the original high ceilings and wood floors, attempting to recapture as much of the original charm as possible. Private bath with shower in all rooms, most also have claw-foot tubs with bubble bath. All rooms are air conditioned with ceiling fans; most also have gas log fireplaces, a welcome feature during our colder months. Prime retail therapy is to be had in our great little Emporium downstairs where everything from sterling silver jewelry to women's clothing to great gift items can be found. The emporium is open every day, 9am till 6pm except Sundays, 10am-6pm. That's every day of the year! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Weaverville Hotel And Emporium