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If you need a quick getaway but still want a cozy atmosphere, this is for you! Here you can experience both history and comfort. I have to first say that my husband and I decided very last minute to book a weekend getaway, and after...More
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Response from national2, Owner at 1859 Historic National HotelResponded August 4, 2016
Thank you for your wonderful and detailed response. We always strive to give the best service, possible. Indeed, this is a very unique property and it is one of the 10 oldest continuously operated hotels in California.
The only clarification that we would make, is...More
We have been here several times and enjoyed it each time. An old hotel from the 1800's, very quaint. The staff is great and the restaurant and bar are really good. Lots of shopping on the street. Be on the look out for "Flo", the...More
Historic and charming hotel in historic and charming Jamestown: old buildings, wood sidewalks, interesting shops, pretty Golden State vistas. The hotel features gorgeous original hardwood floors; a beautiful original bar - ask to see the Prohibition-era "speakeasy." Very friendly and competent staff. Very clean hotel....More
My wife and daughter and I stayed here for two nights at the end of May on our way to explore Yosemite. The hotel is really characterful - all Victorian colonial style full of antique furniture. The staff were really helpful and friendly especially Daniel...More
Nice bar, dating back to the 1850s. Cozy, comfortable room. Pleasant 2nd story porch. Great breakfast buffet. Friendly employees. It was an excellent choice--unique, historic, memorable, on Main Street, with easy parking.
Response from national2 | Property representative |
Thank you for considering us. Parking is off premises, either in the parking lot next door, or on the street which most consider to be quite safe. This hotel pre-dates automobiles and the old horse stable still stands... More
Thank you for considering us. Parking is off premises, either in the parking lot next door, or on the street which most consider to be quite safe. This hotel pre-dates automobiles and the old horse stable still stands, less than a block away. We have on occasion, parked bikes or a show car in our driveway. This would not be a big problem.
Hope that this helps.