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326 Chestnut Street
530-926-1536 or toll free 877-375-4744
There is a place in Mt. Shasta,
California unlike any other, located in a bird sanctuary at 3,500 ft. at the
base of majestic Mount Shasta which rises to 14,162 ft. In the center, of
formerly named Strawberry Valley & later Sisson, Mt. Shasta City has a
meticulously, restored, Victorian home that was built by Katie Kohn who migrated
from Luxembourg in 1888. Next door, we also offer the Spanish home which
was built by her daughter, Katie, in 1938. Dream Inn is located 1 block
from our main street, Mt. Shasta Blvd., in downtown Mt. Shasta & is within
walking distance of many shops and restaurants. When you enter the Dream
Inn, you will be greeted into a home that is both timeless & timely. Although our bedrock is in the past,
we have free to our guests high speed, wi-fi internet access for their devices.
There is a strong sense of
history to the Victorian home with 5 guests bedrooms. Bedroom # 1 has a
king size iron bed, a HD/TV/DVD on cable & a recently renovated bathroom
with a claw foot tub & shower riser. Upstairs bedrooms # 2 - # 5 share 2
bathrooms; one upstairs all in knotty pine, double sink & shower as well as
downstairs a bathroom with the
original claw foot tub & shower riser. Three of these guest's bedrooms
have queen size beds & bedroom # 3 has twins. The only room upstairs
that has a HD/TV/DVD on cable is room #4.
Suites # 1 & # 2 are in our
Spanish home right next door. Suite # 1 has a California, king size bed,
bathroom with shower, a family room with a couch with a fold out bed, a
HD/TV/DVD/VCR on cable & a dry bar with a small refrigerator, microwave & coffee
machine. Suite # 2 has 2 California size, king bedrooms,
bath with a claw foot tub & shower, living room with HD/TV/DVD on cable, dining room & its own
A full, gourmet breakfast is
served in the Victorian home between 8:00 & 10:00 AM to all our guests beside
the fireplace in the winter & also in the gazebo in the summer.
Open all year, suite # 2 is $160,
suite # 1 is $120, bedroom # 1 is $110 & bedrooms # 2 - # 5 are $80 each.
Check in is any time after 1:00
PM & check out is at noon. With cancellation 7 days or more in advance,
there is no charge, in less time there is a $40 per room, per day charge.
A 10% bed tax goes to the City of Mt. Shasta. All major credit cards are
accepted as well as checks & cash. Rates are subject to change.
To make a reservation please
call us at 530-926-1536 or toll free at 877-375-4744.