1859 Historic National Hotel

18183 Main Street, Jamestown, California, 95327-0502, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 18183 Main Street, Jamestown, is near Railtown 1897 State Park, Stanislaus National Forest, Tuolumne County Museum, and Wood's Creek.
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    TravelPod Member Reviews1859 Historic National Hotel Jamestown

    Reviewed by rachlovely

    Quaint and a bit spooky

    Reviewed Oct 5, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Lovely people and made very welcome despite our late arrival. Quaint little room, but had all we needed. Slightly perturbed at midnight when my bedside light suddenly lit up. We never did find the switch, so convinced it must have been the resident 'Flo' having some fun

    1859 Historic National Hotel
    Jamestown, United States

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    TripAdvisor Reviews 1859 Historic National Hotel Jamestown

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    Travel Blogs from Jamestown

    Did anyone say picnic?

    A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 11, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... bus came and Ann was at the front of the queue and thought she could still make the bus, but she didn't and we had to wait another 15 minutes for the next one. How serendipitous this would turnout to be as the bus we were on was stopped by a park ranger to allow a mother bear and he cubs to cross the road. All fear of brown bears was lost at this point as the bears ran away from the rangers chasing them out of the camp ground. Unfortunately we were all ...

    In the meadows

    A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a little warmer and the water looked tempting, until you walked in. At knee height your shin bone froze and you lost all sensation in your feet. When you finally got back to land and the blood tried to venture to your toes again it was like pouring scalding water on your feet. It looked so much fun when Nick did it that I felt compelled to give it a go. The next spot twenty minutes down the road was out of the fire zone and gave amazing views ...

    Day 3 - Jamestown's Railtown 1897 State Park

    A travel blog entry by gamiclea on Aug 31, 2011

    12 photos

    ... Railtown State Park. We found the park but the parking lot was empty. Despite that fact, we unloaded the Miclea clan and headed indoors. We were told that the roundhouse was going to close in 10 minutes but we were welcome to roam the grounds and not have to pay the entrance fee. I guess being late does have it's side benefits.

    We toured the grounds and checked ...

    Yosemite - The Proposal

    A travel blog entry by claireandsteve on Jul 19, 2011

    3 comments, 51 photos

    ... a lot of the walk was paved and was much more crowded due to its popularity. The waterfall was so fast flowing and much more dramatic although shorter in height than the Yosemite falls. We were soaked by the time we made it to the top; The views from there weren’t as good as the Yosemite falls however. The walk on the first day remained our favourite for a number of reasons.

    On another day we took a raft down the Merced river that runs through the ...

    Jumpin' Jellybeans, its Harvie the RV

    A travel blog entry by bourkeclan on Sep 20, 2010

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... had printed off directions, so we found it in the dark ok. It was just after 8 pm when we arrived – we had no booking and reception was closed, but they had instructions for self-check-in as well as an ominous warning in the window about mountain lions in the area.

    With nothing open, we decided to head the 2 miles back into Groveland for pizza and meatballs for dinner, and found a supermarket still open so we picked up some bread and milk for ...

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    1859 Historic National Hotel
    Jamestown, United States