We decided recently to visit Columbia State Park as a warmer springtime alternative to Bodega Bay. This motel, conveniently located just off Main St. in Jamestown, is only a short distance from Columbia.
The Jamestown Railtown Motel met all expectations and was a perfect choice. We thoroughly enjoyed Jamestown, and found The Jamestown Hotel to be a perfect place to unwind at the end of our day. Dog-friendly (we had one) and featuring a great outdoor patio overlooking Main St., the staff were welcoming and all friendly. We enjoyed a bottle wine, followed by an excellent steak dinner, and then came back for breakfast the next morning. When we left, on Sunday morning, this little state park picnic-focused overnighter was clearly the first but not our last trip to Jamestown. We will be back.
Traveller from Sacramento
Situated in the historical district, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Gianelli Vineyards and Railtown 1897 State …More
Quaint hotel, lots of character. Restaurant excellent, lovely old bar. Jamestown is a very small western town, nice and quiet as Main Street is not a main highway. Be warned the rooms do not have tv's if you like tv.
Traveller from UK
Situated in Jamestown, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Gianelli Vineyards and Railtown 1897 State Historic …More
This place suits our needs perfectly as performers at the All Hallows Fantasy Fair across the street, and we have been staying here for 5 years due to the convenience.
The building is small and old and in the past it defiantly was somewhat unkempt and the cleanliness was a bit questionable, but this year I saw much improvement.
We stayed in the Jr suite and the room was freshly renovated and upgraded as was the lobby, and both were nice and clean, our stay this year was defiantly more pleasant. With the new improvements about the only drawback that remains is that every room (aside from the suite) has a tiny little shower (the suite has a full size bathtub shower) and like a lot of smaller places they simply cannot afford to meet newer tighter pool regulations and thus their pool and hot-tub are closed, but neither of these concern me personally.
I rate this place high, but do keep in mind though that this is not an upbeat newly built hotel with built in entertainment like a pool and bar, this is an old little place with less than 20 rooms, but for what it is a nice little place.
Traveller from Sacramento
Located in the heart of Sonora, this lodge is within a 15-minute walk of Mother Lode Fairgrounds, Tuolumne County Historical …More
The motel was easy to find, there is 24-reception and staff was kind. The room was a bit old but clean and with all essential comforts. We did not have great wifi reception in our room, Overall good for the price.
Situated in Jamestown, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Gianelli Vineyards, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, and Mother …More
Pocket Guide: Yosemite National Park Sonora Hotels
Named by miners from Sonora Mexico who settled here in 1848, the city of Sonora rests in the Sierra Nevada foothills, in the heart of California’s Gold Country. The city boasts the area’s largest historic downtown district, and hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year. Many of Sonora’s buildings date back to the 1800s, including the restored Opera Hall, built in 1885.