Hotel & Emporium
“Located in the midst of the Trinity Alps, in the historic downtown district of the old gold rush town of Weaverville, California. There is not a single traffic light in the entire county.”
The Weaverville Hotel and Emporium has within a two block radius, a gym (guests have gym privileges), 2 coffee houses, several good restaurants, a local brewery, an ice cream shop, a 1939 movie theatre, several art galleries, the historic Chinese Joss House, and the Jake Jackson Museum and Blacksmith. There are several interesting shops as well, including our own Emporium featuring fine chocolates, sterling silver jewelry, European and American soaps and lotions, and a great selection of women's clothing and other great gift ideas for every pocketbook.
The hotel, originally built in 1861, was last rebuilt in 1880 after burning to the ground. We have painstakingly restored it to the original high ceilings and wood floors, attempting to recapture as much of the original charm as possible. The building is on the National Register of historic places. In fact this entire end of town is on the National Register.
Please be informed that the building is a smoke-free environment. There are swings and rocking chairs along the side of the building where guests are welcome to smoke if they wish. Also, lots of books available, but if you really need a T.V. in your room, this might not be the place for you.