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"Aloha, we had such a beautiful experience. The home is as lovely as ever, the breakfast delicious and awesome and our room divine. Thank you for all your warm, loving hospitality. With much love and many blessings."

− Gabrielle, 9/12/16

"After I made a reservation for the wrong date you were so helpful in fixing that and I was just so happy to have a room for the night. You were very pleasant and kind. Breakfast was delicious. It's a trip to remember."

− Rayna, 8/28/16

"Serendipity was with us as we drove by and noticed how inviting it felt. As we were looking for lodging we made a U turn and next thing we knew were comfortably at home here. I could move in on the veranda. And we got to sleep in 2 different rooms, both of which were special. You hospitality is as magical as the surroundings. PS. Special thanks to Rene for doing everything possible to assure our comfort. and to Kachina for welcoming us warmly on our arrival. PSS. You have a great cook too."

− 8/26/16

"Stayed here recently on a trip from Oakland to Portland and LOVED it. I normally drive straight through and was looking for a place to stay that was a step above a motel. This is not the fanciest place, but everything is well cared for, clean, and spacious. Really enjoyed the common room with couches and fireplace and all of the kitschy decorations all over the place. Wine, hot drinks, snacks available all day/evening. Pet friendly - I enjoyed walking my dog around the area with a clear view of Mount Shasta. Free wifi and a TV in the main house (also TVs in the rooms, which I didn't use). Everyone there was friendly and the rates were really affordable. Stayed in the carriage house (with a shared bath) and was very comfortable. Breakfast was coffee/tea, juice, fruit, croissant, eggs, potatoes. Kind of feels like you're at someone's house, and I enjoyed that. I will definitely stay here again. "

− Jen A.

"My GF and I were on a CA trek and particularly enjoying Mt Shasta, but had not found the place we really wanted to make our base, when I found this gem under B&Bs on a trip advising iPhone app. We stayed in the cottage (formerly the ranch hands house when the place was a working racehorse ranch) and loved it so much we stayed 6 nights! It is so comfortable with 2 bedrooms, a full kitchen, and a wonderfully roomy & relaxing living room with a wood burning stove / fireplace that we never experienced the fireplace in the main building most speak of here (although it looks wonderful with all the antique furnishings). The owner, Bill, is a rather distinguished gentleman & couldn't be more friendly & helpful, and the ambiance sitting on the front porch of the main house with Mt Shasta towering to the front east is just completely spellbinding. If you want to explore alpine rivers for rock-hunting or sightseeing, they are just down the road, as is beautiful Lake Siskiyou. Bill happily made us oatmeal as requested for breakfast, along with all the amenities in his lovely dining room. I can't think of a place I would rather return to on the entire 5300 mile month long trip than this one...we are booking this for an entire week again & learning to fly fish up here ~ for us it's paradise! I will attach photos of the cottage since there are already many of the main ranch house."

− Andrew W.

"We stayed two nights at the Mount Shasta Ranch Bed and Breakfast. We ended up there because no rooms were available at our first choice. We ended up being very pleased to have discovered this business. Our room was very large and the bathroom was old-fashioned but huge. The room had a couple of comfortable chairs and a comfortable sofa (great for napping.) There was a TV in the room which we never turned on. Breakfasts were fabulous. On checking in they asked us if we had any allergies or other food problems. They prepared special dishes for those who could not eat the prepared items. One morning they prepared fresh blueberry pancakes for one gentleman who could not eat eggs. In the afternoons and evenings there is a fresh baked cake for snacking on and wine and tea. One problem with staying in the Mount Shasta area is the noise of all the trains passing through.The Mount Shasta Ranch has double-paned windows which eliminated the train noise. We plan to return to the Mount Shasta Ranch as it was a very pleasant place to stay at a very reasonable price for the area."

− Jacquelin S.