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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Shasta Cascade reviews

  • GREAT!!!!!!!!!

    "I already recommended this beautiful guest house to my friends. Here are the detail information about this property. 1. Location - 30 minutes to 1 hr away from the north part of Lassen volcanic park(the small number of roads in the park make you drive one or more hours to reach each direction of the park wherever you stay.) - 30 minutes away from Burney falls state park - one and half hr away from Lava beds monument - 1hr 45 minutes away from Mt. Shasta - one and half hr away from Kohm -Yah-mah-nee visitor center 2. Cleanliness - Beds, sofas, towels, everything and every room in the house : super clean, no bad odor 3. Convenience - 3 bedrooms with lots of beds(3 queen sized beds and 5 single beds) - a lot of cute kitchenware - well-organized 4. Magnificent view - This is a peaceful ranch guest house; cows, grassy plain, and starry night.(milky way, shooting stars..) - You can see Lassen peak in the living room. 5. Friendly and helpful owner - Elena, the owner, is really kind, sweet, friendly, and helpful. 6. Reasonable lodging rate - no ridiculous deposit and proper cleaning fee We had a great time. Thank you, Elena. My picky son awfully loves your house."
    Guest: kyoung ah l. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 2, 2016
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  • Gorgeous location, peaceful, relaxing, well-equiped house!

    "What a fantastic property! The first thing we noticed was the quiet - so peaceful that we could easily hear the Trinity river about 100 yards away. The first evening a doe and her fawn casually strolled through the front yard. The house is very comfortable and the kitchen has everything you need. The clothes washer and dryer were a bonus. Being August the weather was a little warm, but the house was nice and cool. We watched the Perseid meteor shower and some deer came right up behind us. Weaverville is an easy drive for groceries and restaurants. Truly a gem, we can't wait to visit again in Fall for the autumn colors."
    Guest: Jean D. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 17, 2016
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  • Expectations exceeded!

    "Great house. Beautiful setting. 4 spacious bedrooms, plus the multiple-bed loft; and a large dining room table for our group. Everyone agreed a return trip a must!"
    Guest: SAM B. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 20, 2016
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  • Amazing riverfront stay in a charming Gold Rush-era cabin

    "We had a wonderful, relaxing stay at the Miner's Cabin. Heidi and Steph were great hosts. They were easy to reach before our trip when we had questions or asked for recommendations, but during our stay, our privacy was completely respected. The cabin itself was rustic and full of charm, but fairly well-stocked. We imagined what the cabin must've been like before it was restored – How many miners would live here? Where did they sleep? These days, it's a great retreat for those who don't expect an immaculate, luxurious, tech-enabled hotel stay when they're out in the woods. That means small, creative spaces (a shower and toilet sharing the same space -- no sink; a steep ladder to a lofted bed; no stove, but a microwave and toaster oven, and a grill on the outdoor fire pit) and of course, pretty spotty wi-fi and cell phone connection. We appreciated the free long-distance calling on the landline, and for the most part, that we could almost completely disconnect from the world for a couple of days. We – and our Formosan Mountain Dog, Benny – also greatly appreciated that the cabin is dog-friendly. We came to Trinity County to get away from city life and hit the nearby hiking trails. We visited Whiskeytown Falls on the way to Douglas City, meandered some of the Weaver Basin Trails, and drove through the Trinity Alps, but we could've easily just spent more time sitting on the Adirondack chairs on the Miner's Landing at the cabin. From this little piece of heaven, we watched the olive green Trinity River rush by, as well as the many birds, butterflies, and other wildlife that call the area home. We cooked meals in the fire pit and sat by the glowing logs as night fell. On our last evening at the Miner's Cabin, we spied a majestic bald eagle perched in the treetops of a nearby pine (Fortunately, we had brought binoculars). A magical ending to a magical weekend."
    Guest: Sarah H. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 8, 2016
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