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The hotel is very nice inside and out and staff was very friendly. I arrived very late due to flight delay caused by Frontier Airlines and front desk clerk assisted me with my bags in getting them up to my room. The only downside was that the elevator wasn't working and there didn't seem to be any ...
The hotel is in a small town. It was a small mom and pop kind of hotel. The room was cool, had everything we needed. The only downside was the smell in the hotel. It's over 100 years old and you can smell the oldness.
Arrived after 5pm, check in was fast and easy, the staff was very friendly, room was clean, and there were a few restaurants/stores within walking distance. Would stay again. :)
You can tell that they are in the process of remodeling/upgrading this hotel. Our room was clean and in good repair. The showers are on the smaller side. We were overall pleased.
The room was acceptable - I would stay there again but my wife only would if the bed was firmer. Her back is still sore a week later. Clean but old. Very few outlets - we had to unplug microwave to plug in our phone charger. And watch out if you're in the shower and someone flushes the toilet! Stayed ...
Very fast check-in. Staff is wonderful and helpful. Room is quite and contains fridge and microwave.
The area surrounding Yosemite National Park has a fascinating history. The foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains are home to many small towns and villages with a big past – for this is the heart of Gold Rush California. In the late 1800s thousands of people looking to get rich quick made their way to the miners’ camps here to go gold prospecting. Many of these camps are now modern towns or villages, and there are plenty of historic buildings and museums to visit.
Choose a hotel in Coulterville, Sonora, Mariposa or Jamestown if you would like to stay in a historic hotel in Yosemite National Park. Whether you’re looking for proximity to historic sites and museums, or you’d like to stay in an original 19th century building, there is a historic inn, lodge or motel in Yosemite for you.
Visit the town of Bodie – California’s official Gold Rush Ghost Town – and walk through its deserted streets, exploring original shops and imagining what it was like as a bustling town full of gold prospectors over 100 years ago. For even more detail, hit some of the excellent Gold Rush museums in the area: try the Tuolumne County Museum in Sonora, the California State Mining and Mineral Museum in Mariposa or the Groveland Yosemite Gateway Museum.
The centre of Jamestown is a great base for history fans. It’s full of period buildings, including some historic hotels. While you’re in town, visit the Railtown 1897 State Historic Park and check out a superb collection of old steam trains, many of which have been used in Hollywood films.
To learn about the history of Yosemite National Park head to the visitor centre in Yosemite Village. The nearby Yosemite Museum is full of fascinating exhibits focusing on the culture history of the native Miwok and Paiute people, including live demonstrations of traditional skills.