Mount Shasta Resort3.0 out of 5.0
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Last month my wife and I had the opertunity to reunite with a group of friends we used to camp with. We always camped at Lake Siskiyou and ate well done burgers. Well, we're older now and like B&Bs and good restaurants. One our last night we all decided to splurge and eat at the Mount Shasta Resort. The restaurant is located on the golf course with beautiful vistas of pine studded mountains all around. The wait staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. But the best part was the food. In my title I said it was the best food I have ever eaten, and that's not an overstatement. I had their salmon with mashed potatoes. The salmon was perfectly prepared and the rest of the meal was outstanding. We will definitely be back in the future.
My girlfriend booked us a night here in early August. There was no view, although one was advertised. There was a big stain on the carpet in front of the fridge. On one side of the bed the light socket didn't work and there was no side table. The headboard was unattached (loose screws) from the wall and bed so whenever we moved in the bed it rattled around and against the wall. The mattress was well used. For $80 a night it would have been worth it but not the $220 she paid. Mediocre and dated. I will say the jacuzzi tub was nice and worked well. And it was quiet, in the woods. I left a note for management when we checked out so they have been informed.
Lots of steps but a lovely location in the woods. It was too hot for hiking until early morning. The walk to the lake is steep but rewarding. The room was clean and large. The bathroom was also very clean. Beds were comfortable. The outdoor activities are many but the heat and smoke from various fires in Oregon and California made it inadvisable. The morning walk was the only outdoor activity we could manage. The view of Mt Shasta was impressive but the smoke made us yearn for a clear day. Spring might be a better season to visit. Still, a nice stop on our road trip.
We only had one night but wished we had had more. The cabin we stayed in didn't have a view of the lake but it was well situated in the woods - very private and lovely. We were surprised how big the cabin was and it had a full kitchen. We did the 7 mile walk around the Lake which was fabulous - flat with great views and accessible from the resort property.
My wife and I stayed at a lakeside cabin in early August for a several day period. The cabin was divided into two units, so you did have neighbors, but the layout was such that the kitchen and bathroom of the two units shared the common wall. The cabin was nestled among the trees with a filtered view of the lake and views of the mountains in the distance, some with patches of snow still visible. We have stayed in various locations in the French and particularly the German Alps, as well as the Nagano area of Japan, and this reminded me places we stayed in Mittenwald (Germany) and in Nagano. The unit we had was quite spacious, and also had a deck outside with a table and chairs that one could eat meals at. During our visit, temperatures were quite high during the day, and so it was pleasant to have an air-conditioned space in which to dine, and also to sit during the hottest parts of the day. The kitchen was generally well-equipped, and although I always bring some of my own cooking utensils from home on a trip like this, I probably could have done without them here. The one minor annoyance was the lack of a dishwasher. Citadine Hotels in Europe have these marvelous small dishwashers, about half the size of a regular full-size unit in their suites with kitchens, and something similar would be a lovely addition to the larger units at the resort. I don’t mind washing some dishes, but we found ourselves washing them more often than we wanted to. The resort offers to wash dishes for you, but a small dishwasher would be as effective, and certainly less intrusive. Generally speaking, the units were very nicely kept. In our unit, a bit more attention to cobwebs might have been called for, particularly in the bathroom. The screens on windows were also not a particularly good fit, leaving large gaps. I consider the dishwasher, spider, and screen issues to be quite minor blemishes on an experience that my wife and I both enjoyed, and we intend to return to the resort in the future. It is much easier than flying to Bavaria. Now that we have a better grasp of the “lay of the land” there will be specific cabins that we would prefer, but your tastes and ours might differ. We happened to visit in August, and daytime temperatures were often above 90°F. We did enjoy sitting in the shade on the patio, particularly when there was a light breeze and the branches of trees did their dance. It was a quite beautiful thing to experience while also viewing the lake and the distant mountains while sipping a glass of wine. The scent of the pines was quite noticeable and pleasant. I can imagine that at other times of the year, specifically late spring and mid-fall, we would spend even more time outside, and would have enjoyed our visit even more.
On the rustic side, but not in a bad way. Our cabin had a view of the lake Siskiyou, a/c, and it was clean. Perfect for a week get away. We enjoyed dinner at the club house and enjoyed the beautiful of Mount Shasta and the delicious food. Employees were friendly as well.
We had lunch here and it was fantastic! The place is very clean and the view of the mountain is just spectacular. The eggplant sandwich was great and they make a really good Cobb salad. Later I went for a massage and the therapist did a great job kneading out the kinks in my back for the long trip home. I can't say enough about this place and can't wait to come back!
Quaint and spacious cottages, great location to tennis and golf on property, excellent in town dining, try Lilies, it was very cozy, wonderful menu and attentive staff. Unreal vistas of Mt. Shasta and short ride to Bunny Flat.
We only stayed 2 nights but could easily have stayed longer. We had a double queen room with just a mini fridge. However, this was the biggest room of that type we have ever stayed in, and we've vacationed at these types of places a lot. There seemed to be an extra amount of floor space. The cabins are in a great location, surrounded by forest, just steps from Lake Siskiyou, and a few seconds drive from the main lodge, restaurant, and golf course. There is no beach access by the cabins, however you can hike a trail a few feet above the lake with great views. The beach is only a few minutes drive away. Two times we saw deer hanging out right outside our cabin. There are also picnic areas and barbecues around the cabins. The best thing about the location compared to other hotels is you're farther away from I5, though you can still hear the train. I only noticed it a couple of times, though. Maybe once during the day and once at night. The golf course is gorgeous and not too expensive for what you get. It has a great mix of long, challenging holes and shorter, easier holes, and it was in great shape. You get a work-out, too, if you walk, because the course is basically in the foot hills, so you walk up and down a bit. The restaurant was pretty good and seemed to always be almost empty, which was great. Plus if you're staying at the resort you get a 20% discount. With such a great deal and good food, we ate every meal there.
I wanted to book a "Woodland room", but was told none were available, so we stayed in a 1 bedroom chalet. It was clean & comfortable. The leather couches in the living room had definitely seen better days, with cracks & holes in the leather(see photos). The golf course was challenging. The bar/lounge had decent food, with a fair number of menu choices. Overall, I would probably come back again & hope I could reserve a Woodland room instead.
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83% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 218 reviews