McCloud Hotel & Sage Restaurant

Complimentary High-Speed Fiber Optic Wi-Fi Internet

January 12th, 2016 by mccloud

Stay connected on your next getaway to the mountains. While we encourage you to unplug and enjoy some time away from the demands of work we understand that sometimes you need to keep an eye on business while you are vacationing. Now, you can be assured of high-speed Wi-Fi in every corner of the hotel and surrounding gardens. We just completed a major upgrade that will allow you to stream content from your handhelds and laptops or stay connected with your office during during your time with us. For couples planning a destination wedding you will now be able to stream live video of the ceremony and festivities. We are super excited to start the new year with this improved service. And, did we mention that McCloud has terrific mobile phone reception. 5 bars most of the time on AT&T.


Spectacular Northern Lights Show

May 11th, 2024 by mccloud

May 10, 2024, McCloud, CA–Last night, the northern lights were visible in northern California due to a rare geomagnetic storm. The Space Weather Prediction Center issued a G5 storm watch indicating intense solar activity that made the Aurora Borealis visible.  

McCloud Hotel – A Space for Art

May 8th, 2024 by mccloud

Dorothea Barlett Schoenstein, Artist – A Plein Air California Impressionist’s work is currently showing in the McCloud Hotel gallery.

As a “plein air” artist, finding a suitable outdoor location to work in can be pretty challenging. It involves carrying a portable easel, a canvas secured with a bungee cord, oil paints, and brushes to the chosen location. Dorothea Barlett Schoenstein, an artist specializing in this field, often takes on such challenges and ventures to various outdoor vistas to paint. Our area is known for its trails, which attract people to the natural beauty and challenges of the climb. However, Dorothea prefers painting by a lake, in a field, or at the McCloud Lower Falls. She is one of many artists in the country who practice plein-air California Impressionism. Painting ‘en plein air’ is more than just a representation of the surrounding view; it is a visual interpretation of a scene influenced by the varying elements of nature. “Working outdoors is an inspiring experience. Compositional variations are created by rapidly changing natural light, requiring constant rethinking of prior decisions. However, this is just one of the challenges for a ‘plein air’ artist. The wind can be blowing, the hot sun is often directly on me, and bugs are attracted to the odor of my oil paints. It is an experience!”

‘Dorothea is a painter who finds inspiration in the natural world. She is captivated by how trees stand out in a landscape, with their branches reaching up to the sky or twisting downwards. She is also awed by the beauty of sunsets, rushing rivers, and vibrant greens in the valley. Dorothea wonders how many shades of purple she can see. These elements are open to artistic interpretation and motivate her to paint nature on canvas. She strives to bring her personal experience of sitting in nature and her unique artistic interpretation to her plein-air paintings.

Edgar Payne, one of California’s greatest plein air painters, says, “In painting from nature, the artist faces the problem of judging between the influence of realism and the power of artistic ingenuity. Nature always challenges.”  No art experience equals the challenge and joy of painting from life, be it the human figure or Mother Nature. It is personal and a record of the time and place.

Dorothea Barlett Schoenstein is a highly respected artist who has been creating and exhibiting her work for over 50 years. She holds degrees in Art from Penn State University and UC Berkeley and has also pursued Doctoral graduate studies in Venice, Italy, at New York University. For 18 years, she owned the Bartlett Fine Arts Gallery in Pleasanton, CA, and has also taught Life Drawing, Basic Drawing, Color and Composition, and Art History at Chabot College, Hayward. Dorothea has earned numerous awards for her extensive exhibition of work, including one-person shows in Italy and the United States. Although initially recognized for her work with the female nude and sizeable mixed media abstracts, her recent focus has been on realism, particularly ‘plein air’ landscape oil paintings. She and her husband, Alan Schoenstein, have retired to McCloud, CA.

Her work will be on display indefinitely at the McCloud Hotel, historic downtown McCloud, CA. Many of the pieces are for sale.

Spring Special Now through April 28

March 19th, 2024 by mccloud

Escape the winter blues and embrace the beauty of spring! There’s no better time to visit McCloud Hotel than during this season of renewal. With blooming flowers, pleasant weather, and vibrant landscapes, spring offers a refreshing change of scenery that will rejuvenate your mind and body.

Experience the thrill of exploring nearby waterfalls, whether hiking in lush green forests or discovering colorful gardens and quaint towns. Spring travel offers something for everyone, so take advantage of the great deals and discounts available now. Enjoy our 20% OFF Spring Special available Sunday through Thursday until April 28. Book Spring Special

Take advantage of the opportunity to create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime. Start planning your dream spring vacation today and pack your bags for an adventure-filled escape. It’s time to make the most of this magical season and embark on a journey you’ll never forget. 

Join us at Axe & Rose for Pub Crawl!

March 15th, 2024 by mccloud

Join us on Saturday, March 16th, as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. We’re serving up lots of Celtic fun, games, and more! Plus, we are excited to announce that Irish Logger Fries are back by popular demand. Don’t miss out on this delicious once-a-year treat! Wear green and bring your lucky charm for a chance to win prizes.  Doors open at 4pm. 424 Main Street, McCloud, CA 96057  Book at room or suite at the McCloud Hotel and make it an overnight celebration! 

Are you looking for a cozy winter escape in the mountains?

January 12th, 2024 by mccloud

Escape to the mountains this winter and experience comfort and adventure at the McCloud Hotel. Our cozy rooms and suites offer a warm retreat after a day of skiing or snowshoeing through the stunning winter landscape. Unwind in our inviting lounge by the fireplace, or sip a hot cup of cocoa in our welcoming lobby. Our knowledgeable staff is always available to help you plan your ideal winter getaway, whether carving the local ski slopes or indulging in a pampering spa treatment. Take advantage of the magic of winter in Mount Shasta – book your stay at McCloud Hotel today and make memories that will last a lifetime!

If you need to stay connected to work while traveling, don’t worry. Our McCloud Hotel, located in the heart of Mount Shasta, offers a high-speed fiber optic internet connection that allows you to stream movies or quickly join a Zoom meeting. Additionally, we have two dining options available. The Axe & Rose Public House opens at 4 pm and serves artisan burgers, flatbreads, and many more, along with local brews and craft cocktails. On the other hand, Sage Restaurant inside the McCloud Hotel offers a cozy and romantic atmosphere where you can enjoy seasonal and organic California cuisine. The menu features many local purveyors, farms, and plant-based dishes.

Sage Restaurant Now Open Monday and Tuesday!

January 1st, 2024 by mccloud

Exciting news! We are delighted to announce that starting from January 1, 2024, Sage restaurant at the McCloud Hotel will open on Mondays and Tuesdays. Moreover, we have arranged for both Sage and Axe & Rose restaurants to be open for dinner on alternate nights. Yes, you heard it right! Sage will be open from Friday to Tuesday, and Axe & Rose will be open from Wednesday to Sunday. So, please mark your calendars and prepare for an exceptional dining experience at our restaurants. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to savor the best cuisine in the region!

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We are located at 408 Main Street in McCloud, CA, on the southern slope of Mount Shasta. Yes, we are close to the Mt Shasta Ski Park. Sage is requesting reservations. Please get in touch with them by phone or text at 530-859-8111.

Sage Restaurant at the McCloud Hotel

Our Sage dinner experience showcases the best of California Cuisine by combining traditional cooking techniques with the allure of seasonal ingredients. Additionally, our menus feature grains, vegetables, farm-specific beef, fowl, and fish selections that take center stage. The imaginative menu is infused with influences from California, France, and the Mediterranean and changes with the season. Furthermore, our dishes include vegetables and herbs from the hotel garden and locally sourced grass-fed beef, eco-sustainable fish, and organic options that are gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan. The extensive wine list has been carefully selected to complement the cuisine.

The romantic Sage dining room is located off the hotel lobby and features Arts and Crafts Mission-style framed prints by Chico artist Dave Simcox. During summer or when weather permits, outdoor dining is available under a pergola-covered terrace overlooking the gardens. Additionally, Sage Restaurant is available for private events and catering.

We serve dinner from Friday to Tuesday evenings with seating from 5:00 PM to close. While walk-ins are welcome, we encourage you to make a reservation, especially in the summer, as dining space is limited.  MENU

Axe and Rose Public House

Axe and Rose Public House in McCloud, CA, is a casual dining restaurant that offers a unique and inviting atmosphere. With its pub-style decor and warm lighting, it creates a comfortable and laid-back dining experience that will make you feel right at home. Mount Shasta’s breathtaking alpine scenery surrounds the restaurant.  Patrons can choose between indoor or outdoor seating, including a cozy deck and courtyard with firepit seating.  Its walnut live-edge tables, corrugated steel, and wooden crate back bar with three big-screen TVs further enhance the restaurant’s rustic charm.

Dating back to the 1930s, the building boasts a rich history. It was once used as a workforce cafeteria for an old lumber mill and later as a dance hall. Today, it has managed to preserve its craftsmanship and details, making it an ideal place for casual neighborhood gatherings, weddings, and retreats. The restaurant’s use of locally sourced, organic, and sustainable ingredients whenever possible demonstrates its connection to the community, making it an excellent choice for those looking to support the environment.

Regarding the menu, Axe and Rose Public House offers a variety of options, including artisan burgers, flatbreads, steak, and beer-battered fish and chips.  Additionally,  the restaurant offers a standout signature grilled cheese with house-made blackberry jalapeno jam. The restaurant also offers mixologist-crafted cocktails and local brews on tap.

If you’re looking for a place to unwind with friends or loved ones after a long day on the slopes, Axe and Rose Public House are only 5 miles from the Mt Shasta Ski Park and Nordic Center. The restaurant is perfect for dinner with a group or a romantic night out for two. It is open from 4 PM to close from Wednesday to Sunday. So, experience the best dining in Mount Shasta at Axe and Rose Public House in McCloud, CA. MENU

‘Tis the Giving Season!

December 19th, 2023 by mccloud

If you’re running out of time for holiday shopping, don’t worry! Gift certificates make great last-minute gifts that are sure to please. You can purchase a gift certificate online and deliver it to your inbox within minutes with instant download options. 

McCloud Hotel Gift Certificates can be for an overnight stay or at our restaurants.

Not only are gift certificates a convenient last-minute option, but they also give your loved ones the flexibility to choose something they truly want or need. Plus, they can be a great way to support small businesses and local economies. 

So, if you’re feeling the holiday shopping stress, take a deep breath and consider giving the gift of choice with a last-minute gift certificate. Purchase Now

Join us for March Shenanigans

March 8th, 2023 by mccloud

March 17 celebrates the foremost patron saint of Ireland and kicks off a weekend full of St. Patricks Day festivities on McCloud’s Historic Main Street. Goings on include a Lucky Charmed Forever Jewelry Event from 10 am – 5 pm on Saturday, March 18, at Peregrine Functionals & Finery shoppe. Food & drink specials at local restaurants and the 6th Annual McCloud St Patty’s Pub Crawl Saturday night. Live music, costume prizes, and more. Rooms & Suites include a full hot breakfast BOOK NOW


An Evening With Charles Dickens

December 5th, 2021 by mccloud

The Dickens Dinner and the Bennett Gale performance of “Scrooge” return to the McCloud Hotel, Saturday, December 18, 2021. This year’s festivities will take place in the Cascade Event hall located next door to the hotel adjacent to the Axe & Rose Pub. The 5-course feast will include traditional English Christmas favorites. This will be the only Siskiyou County performance of Scrooge this year. The seating starts at 4 pm. Performance at 5pm followed by dinner and music at 6:15. Call 530-964-2822 to reserve your table today.

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Love is in the Air this Valentines Weekend!

January 15th, 2021 by mccloud

Treat your amore to a weekend celebration of love in the mountains. From winter hiking or snowshoeing to downhill and snowboarding at Mt Shasta Ski Park.

Rooms and suites from $159. per night include breakfast.  Guests may add flowers or a 375 mil bottle of champagne and chocolate to their reservation.  Axe & Rose Public House restaurant is open for dinner from 4pm to close. Check availability now.


McCloud Hotel Re-Opens June 12 Clean + Safe Certified

June 8th, 2020 by mccloud


In preparing to welcome guests back to our hotel, we are making some changes to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff.   McCloud Hotel remains committed to upholding the highest standards of cleanliness and have taken an extra level of sanitary precautions to qualify for the California Hotel & Lodging Association Clean + Safe Certification.  Below are some of the response measures that will help us maintain a healthy environment for everyone:

-Designated staff to focus on sanitizing, which includes routinely cleaning all frequently touched surfaces throughout the hotel and restaurants.
-Disposable wipes so that high touch surfaces (for example, doorknobs, handrails, tables) can be wiped down and disinfected by staff throughout the day.
-Hand Sanitizer at the check-in desk.
-Single-use disposable wipes for guest use will be available in-room and throughout the hotel.
-Increased cleaning of restrooms and public areas.
-Housekeepers will not enter rooms during guest stays.
-Guest rooms will remain sanitized and sealed for 24 hours prior to check-in.  
-Breakfast will be delivered in-room or provided in the dining room and lobby with tables spaced for social distancing. 
-Signage will ask guests to wear a face mask and maintain social distancing in public areas.

Axe & Rose Open for Takeout

May 15th, 2020 by mccloud

Updated Nov. 17, 2020 –McCloud Hotel announces the Axe & Rose Public House restaurant will be open for takeout only starting Wed, Nov 18, 2020.

Hours of service are Wednesday through Sunday at 4 pm to close. Special Thanksgiving Day menu and Hours require a pre-order.

Modified Dine-In will depend on Public Health recommendations and the California COVID response tier.  The restaurant staff will be wearing masks and following public health, social distancing guidelines. Look for expanded hours of service as the state and county orders change.  Gatherings are prohibited.

Axe & Rose Public House Has been a popular Mt Shasta area restaurant to gather since it opened in 2018.  The address is 424 Main Street, McCloud, CA 96057 and is adjacent to the McCloud Hotel. The Axe & Rose Public House restaurant is looking forward to re-opening dine-in service when county public health guidelines allow.  Until then, Axe & Rose Public House is offering curbside pickup. 

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Cascade Volcanoes & Klamath Mountain Seafloor

October 29th, 2019 by mccloud

Next Tour is Nov 1st and 2nd. $65. per person. Reservations through McCloud Hotel or

guest comment Feb 2016When driving Interstate 5 through Siskiyou County, it’s impossible to ignore the incredible scenery unfolding around you. To the east, the Cascade Volcanoes, Mt Shasta (14,162’), Shastina (12,303’)and Black Butte (6,325’) dominate the skyline. Looking west, an ancient seafloor has been tilted and lifted up to form Mt Eddy (9,025’) and the Eddys Range of the Klamath Mountains.

Our investigation into the Geologic History of the area will last approximately 4 hours. We’ll be driving to 4 localities where we’ll be exploring the geologic forces responsible for the dramatic landscapes of the region.

Before leaving McCloud Hotel, a short presentation on the basics of Plate Tectonics & Volcanoes will be given to help provide some background for the geologic features we’ll be seeing.

Since receiving my degrees in Geology from San Jose State, I have taught classes at numerous Bay Area colleges. In addition to teaching, I’ve spent the last 20 years organizing and leading Geology field trips to many different regions in California, including Mt Lassen, Death Valley, Big Sur, and Mammoth Lakes. From Volcanoes to Deserts and Coastlines to Mountains, the variety in California landscapes are a direct result of geologic processes over time. Bringing people face to face with the Geology and Geologic History of an area has been a passion for me and one of the most rewarding aspects of my career.

Winter Wonderland Getaway

February 18th, 2019 by mccloud

The roads are clear and the snow is perfect for a snowshoe hike out to the waterfalls or a day on the mountain downhill skiing, snowboarding or exploring the great vistas from the Nordic Centers cross country trails. Check availability now

Afternoon Tea at the McCloud Hotel

February 14th, 2019 by mccloud

Our Victorian Tea tea last December included horse and carriage rides during the Innkeepers Tour open house weekend in McCloud.  Our recent Valentines tea featured heart shaped macrons and chocolate flavored tea with the lobby fireplace taking the chill off the snowy afternoon.  The next Afternoon Tea at the McCloud Hotel with be Saturday. May 11 in honor of Mothers Day.  The three course menu includes a selection of savory and sweet treats, scones and choice of loose leaf tea.  Reservations 530-964-2822.

Sage Restaurant Offers Easter Brunch & Dinner

February 13th, 2019 by mccloud

Easter at the McCloud Hotel Sage Restaurant is a celebration of food, friends and family.  Neighbors and guests are invited to gather on Sunday, April 21, 2019 from 11am – 2pm for the presentation of a sweet and savory special Easter brunch menu.  Dinner is served from 5:30 – 8pm.  Specialty wine drinks, salads, cast-iron skillet specialties, savory mains and desserts with a focus on organic and locally sourced ingredients will be featured. Limited seating. Reservations suggested 530=964-2822.

McCloud Hotel Opens Axe & Rose Pub and Event Hall

June 18th, 2018 by mccloud

The McCloud Hotel opens the Axe & Rose Public House and Cascade Room Event Halll, a large indoor banquet room with a stage that can accommodate up to 180 guests. Located at the north end of the McCloud Historic District, the Axe & Rose Public House offers a unique Mt Shasta dining experience, full bar and traditional pub style menu. Once the workforce cafeteria for the old lumber mill, and later a dance hall, the Hall building provides craftsmanship and details largely preserved in its original condition from the 1930’s.

The Axe & Rose adjoins the Cascade Room Event Hall, new indoor conference and banquet space. With its 14 foot high, coffered ceiling and intricately hand-stenciled wood beams, the versatile space will wow your guests. Both venues may be combined for larger private events.

Just 5 miles from the Ski Park and Nordic Center, the Axe & Rose has a laid back and relaxed mountain atmosphere that makes it the perfect location to meet up with friends after a day on the slopes. Open 11:30am daily for lunch and dinner.

Come explore historic McCloud and McCloud River Waterfalls Trail. We are Mt Shasta’s Southern Gateway, 9 miles east of Iinterstate-5 along State Route 89 aka the Volcanic Scenic Byway. 408 Main Street, McCloud, California 96057

25 Best Romantic Getaways in Northern California

March 5th, 2018 by mccloud

McCloud Hotel tops list of 25 Best Romantic Getaways in Northern California according to Dream Vacation Magazine.

The McCloud Hotel is a historic hotel snuggled in one of the most beautiful spots imaginable: On the green slope of majestic Mount Shasta, with the world-famous fly fishing McCloud River running by and its three waterfalls a few miles away. Built in 1916 for the workers employed by the McCloud River Lumber Company, the hotel has since been meticulously restored to provide comfortable and elegant accommodation for modern travelers exploring the spectacular nature all around. Many original features have been retained, such as the registration desk with the original mail cubbies. The beautifully landscaped gardens around the hotel are popular for social gatherings and weddings. The hotel has its own gourmet restaurant on the premises, and the wisteria-covered terrace serves as a glorious dining space on warm days.

408 Main Street, McCloud, CA 96057, 530-964-2822 25 Best Romantic Getaways in Northern California – Photo: McCloud Hotel


Last Minute Gift Ideas

December 8th, 2017 by mccloud

Need a last minute gift that still feels thoughtful? An online purchase of a McCloud Hotel and Sage Restaurant Gift Certificate can be E-mail delivered instantly. The voucher can be used for Hotel, Sage Restaurant or personalized to include a bottle of Champagne, Massage, Great Shasta Outdoor Adventure or Fly Fishing Package.

For those of you that want to shop locally, check out our lobby gift counter.  The McCloud Hotel has expanded their gift offerings to include books, cards and an exclusive line of organic essential oils from Uma and pure bath & body products from Beekman 1802 and Camille Beckman.

We’re standing by to help you with last minute gift ideas you can access quickly and easily, without breaking the bank. 

North Lobby Gallery Opens at the McCloud Hotel

November 14th, 2017 by mccloud

Dorothea Barlett Schoenstein, Artist – A Plein Air California Impressionist
Opens Retrospective Solo Art Exhibit at McCloud Hotel
Reception Sunday, November 19th 1 – 4pm

The McCloud Hotel and Sage Restaurant, in the historic district of McCloud, will be hosting a retrospective showing of area Plein air oil paintings by artist Dorothea Barlett Schoenstein. The exhibit of 20 paintings from 2005 to 2017 will remain indefinitely in the north lobby gallery of the hotel. Visitors are welcome to view the art during open hours of the hotel. An opening reception to meet the artist, with wine and cheese, is planned for November 19, 1-4pm.

One of the challenges for a ‘Plein air’ artist” is finding a scene compatible for a days’ work in the open air studio of nature. A portable easel, a canvas (secured with a bungee cord), oil paints and brushes are all physically carried to the location. Artist Dorothea Barlett Schoenstein often takes that challenge and ventures to various outdoor vistas to paint. Our area is known for its trails attracting people to the natural beauty and the challenge involved in the climb. But for Dorothea, she’s out painting by a lake, in a field or at the McCloud Lower Falls. She is one of many artists in the country painting in the Plein air French Impressionism manner. “Painting ‘en Plein air’ is not just a representation of the surrounding view; the challenge in painting from nature is that the artist is faced with the problem of judging between the influence of realism and the power of artistic ingenuity. Nature always challenges” (quoted from Edgar Paine, famous California artist).

Painting Plein air is definitely more of a visual interpretation of a scene influenced by the varying elements of nature. “It is an inspiring experience working outdoors. Swiftly changing natural light creates very real compositional variations which cause prior decisions to be reevaluated constantly, but this is just one of the challenges. The wind can be blowing, the hot sun is often directly on me, and bugs are attracted to the odor of my oil paints. It is an experience!” says Dorothea

Dorothea Barlett Schoenstein is a recognized and collected artist. Actively practicing as an artist for more than 50 years, she holds Art degrees from Penn State University, UC Berkeley, and Doctoral graduate studies in Venice, Italy under New York University. For 18 successful years she owned the Barlett Fine Arts Gallery in Pleasanton, CA. She was an Instructor of Life Drawing, Basic Drawing, Color and Composition, and Art History for Chabot College, Hayward. Dorothea has exhibited extensively, receiving many awards over the years, including one person shows in the United States and in Italy. She has juried and judged numerous shows. Originally known for her work with the female nude and large mixed media abstracts, her recent work has turned toward realism doing ‘plein air’ landscape oil paintings. She and her husband, Alan Schoenstein, retired to McCloud, CA.

The McCloud ARTS Society (McARTS), Dorothea is the founding director, will have a donation jar available in support of the new visual arts program at the McCloud High School. The McARTS recently donated $2000 toward the program. This donation jar will continue those funds.

Come for the art and stay for a tour of the elegantly restored McCloud Hotel.   On the National Register of Historic Places, and prominent in the McCloud Historic District, the massive yet elegant three-story wood frame McCloud Hotel exhibits a refined Colonial Revival architectural style. The spacious lobby beacons one to relax with a glass of wine in front of a roaring fire. With arts & crafts and mission décor, the hotel’s Sage Restaurant is open to the public Wednesday – Sunday evenings 5:30-8pm. The imaginative menu changes with the seasons.

Ms Schoenstein’s work will be on display indefinitely at the McCloud Hotel located at 408 Main St in the historic district of McCloud. For further information contact the artist 530-859-0880; or the Hotel 530-964-2822.

Come play!

April 22nd, 2017 by mccloud

Lassen Volcanic National Park, Shasta Lake and the legendary Mount Shasta all loom large in our backyard. Discover these and other hidden gems in California’s far north territory. Kids 12 and under stay free when using existing beds.  Check out 40 Places to See Before Your Kids Are All Grown Up

A Night of Latin Music, Food and Wine At McCloud Hotel

March 27th, 2017 by mccloud

We’re kicking off our 2017 music series with a night of pan-Latin music, food and wine. Chef Lonnie will be preparing a special tapas menu for the evening that will include paella. Sangria and Malbec wines will be featured by the glass.

Grant Ruiz has played classical guitar from the age of ten and is now an active flamenco guitarist and teacher in Southern Oregon. He has studied in Spain and participated in many productions at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He is an adjunct guitar instructor at SOU, a board member of the Jefferson Classical Guitar Society, and a founding member of the ensemble Flamenco Pacifico.

Dan Fellman is a jazz guitarist who specializes in the music of Django Reinhart and his “Hot Club of France” group of the 1930’s and 1940’s. He’s performed with local bands Gypsy Rogue, Back Porch Swing, and the Djangoholics, and in duos with Ashland guitarist Ed Dunsavage and Portland-based guitarist Dan Balmer.

Together, Dan and Grant fuse their voices and approaches to create a pan-Latin sound, covering the music of Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Cuba, Mexico and more.

Reservations recommended 530-964-2822

Winter Is A Special Time Of Year At McCloud Hotel

February 4th, 2017 by mccloud


Looking for a romantic getaway for that special Valentine or Presidents Day weekend? McCloud Hotel provides an array of winter recreation, 5-star dining and pampering options to fit all budgets.


Sage Restaurant at the McCloud Hotel is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday evenings featuring California cuisine that embraces simple ingredients from the sea and land and sustainable, local sourcing. Located on the southern slope of majestic Mount Shasta, the volcanic jewel of the Cascade Range, in the century old renovated McCloud Hotel, Sage Restaurant celebrates thoughtful food in relaxed historic surroundings. We offer an extensive wine and craft beer list to compliment every meal.



Winter Recreation in the area includes includes skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and ice-skating, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and sledding. Packages start at $15 per person. Most packages include equipment rental.



Special Add-Ons!
Love Is in the Air! Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary or night away from the kids, make the evening extra special with our romance package. Split bottle of G.H Mumm Brut Champagne and Godiva Dark Chocolate Sea Salt, provided upon your arrival for only an additional $50.00.

Looking to be Pampered?  Interested in a muscle soothing massage after a long day on the slopes? Choose a 60 or 90 minute Swedish or deep tissue massage with aromatherapy essential oils and hot stone options.



Wagging Tails Welcome! Your 4-legged companion will get a tail-wagging welcome to our dog-friendly hotel. We provide a water bowl, loaner plush pet bed, treat and courtesy bags for walking your dog. Limit 2 dogs per room, please. There is a $30 fee per dog.


Join us at McCloud Hotel for a season of memories.






Celebrate the Holidays at Sage Restaurant

December 5th, 2016 by mccloud


The McCloud Hotel family would like to wish you joy and happiness this holiday season by extending a special thank you to our guests. Emccloud-hotel-sage-dec-specialnjoy a relaxed fine dining experience at Sage Restaurant with a special holiday menu. Our guests may choose from a 3-course prix fixe menu for $30 or a la carte items from our regular dining menu. An extensive wine and beer list compliments your meal with a menu of locally made desserts to round out your dining experience. Sage is located inside the McCloud Hotel just to the left of our lobby entrance. mccloud-hotel-fireplace-nov-2016

If you haven’t been to the McCloud Hotel, you have yet to truly experience Mount Shasta. The McCloud Hotel has been lovingly restored and offers the perfect getaway with historic hospitality and luxurious accommodations. Imagine drawing back the curtains in your well appointed room and watching the snowflakes drift down over the mountainside. 

Reservations for Sage Restaurant and McCloud Hotel are as easy as visiting our WEBSITE. Our McCloud Hotel family wishes you the very best this holiday season and a healthy and prosperous 2017.







Hiking McCloud

September 4th, 2016 by mccloud

The small town of McCloud does not often get brought up as a great hiking destination. It is widely recognized as a beautiful, historic and peaceful community and a great vacation getaway. Yet, it is not mentioned as the place to go for a plethora of great trails. Nearby Mount Shasta City generally takes up all the oxygen as the hiking epicenter. This is for good reason, given its proximity to the Everitt Memorial Highway (the only paved road up Mount Shasta), the Trinity Divide, and the abundance of trails immediately outsidMcCloud River Lower Fallse the city. Yet Mount Shasta City’s accolades should not come at McCloud’s expense. There are a variety of fantastic trails located not far from town. The McCloud River naturally comes to mind as the top attraction but there other paths of spectacular beauty found outside of McCloud that deserve recognition. The best of these are the trails on Mount Shasta itself. Though not often considered in this context, McCloud is the gateway to the east side of the mountain. Despite being a bit of a drive from town, hiker must pass through McCloud to get to them and these are some of the best trails on Mount Shasta. Whether it is the high trails on the mountain or roaring waterfalls, McCloud has a lot to offer hikers, even if it does not have a great reputation as a great hiking destination.  Read the full article and find maps to trails here:

Why McCloud Is An Underrated Hiking Destination


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