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An Evening With Charles Dickens

December 5, 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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North Lobby Gallery Opens at the McCloud Hotel

November 14, 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.

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

March 27, 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 4, 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.






Thanksgiving Dinner at the McCloud Hotel

October 9, 2014 by mccloud

Join us this November for Thanksgiving – we are serving a complete Thanksgiving dinner. Book your room and dinner soon!  (Dinner charge in addition to room charge).


Attend the benefit for the Great Shasta Rail Trail – May 1

April 19, 2013 by mccloud

Rails to trails

McCloud Local First Network Presents

Celebrating the GSRT

An evening of wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres and silent auction benefiting the Great Shasta Rail Trail

Featuring the music of Gerry Smida

May 1, 2013  6 pm to 9 pm

At the McCloud Hotel, 408 Main Street

Tickets:  $20.00 in advance; $25.00 at the door

Tickets available at:

The Fifth Season, 300 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mt Shasta

Village Books, 320 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mt Shasta

Mt. Shasta Book Nook, 331 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd.

McCloud Outdoors, 209 S. Quincy Avenue

McCloud Mercantile, 241 Main Street

Other Side of the Mountain, 303 Main Street, McCloud

Shasta Land Trust, 1918 West Street, Redding

Henry Patterson Optometry, 37333 State Hwy. 299E, Burney

Accommodations offering a 40% discount when you purchase tickets include:

McCloud Hotel (964 2822)

McCloud Mercantile Hotel (964 2330)

The Eagle’s Rest vacation rental (April 30—May 2) (926-6400)


The Great Shasta Rail Trail will be coming soon on the bed of the McCloud Railroad between McCloud and Burney—80 miles of trail. 

Come to our party and learn more!

Wine Tasting – Del Rio Winery and McCloud Hotel

February 9, 2013 by mccloud

Wine glassesSOLD OUT!!!!

Join the McCloud Hotel and Del Rio Winery for Wine Tasting and Wine Maker’s Dinner on April 26, 2013.  Menu and further information is on the Specials page.

The Del Rio Winery

Located along the Rogue River just north of Gold Hill, Del Rio Vineyards and Winery is the home of one of the largest vineyards in Southern Oregon. A family run business began with the planting of the grapes in 1997. The family atmosphere is evident in all aspects of the estate. With over 200,000 vines the vineyard is producing a diverse selection of grape varieties. A lot of love and time is devoted to the development process of our premium estate wines.

As the vineyard has grown over the last ten years, so has the winery and wine label. The tasting room now serves 10 exquisite varietals: Syrah, Pinot Noir, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Gris, Viognier, Chardonnay, and Early Muscat.

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