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Oakland California
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well, it shows! Reasonable prices for very good food. Efficient and friendly service,and comfy chairs made for an enjoyable meal. Ed, the new manager, knows what he is doing and has picked his staff accordingly. The bar next door has it all. If you miss the dinner service you can get very tasty food from the bar menu. And don't... More 

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Moss Landing
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 24, 2016

We stayed in the wheelchair accessible room in the back annex. It was a nicely appointed room at a reasonable rate. There were a few small things, like the very low toilet and steep little ramp at the front door that were not optimal, but it is an historic property and we really enjoyed the visit.

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Pleasant Hill, California
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 24, 2015

My daughter and I stayed here and were very happy in this tiny little town. Our room "Dogtown" was quite large and had a modern bathroom in it, and the old fashioned beds were very comfortable. We had some initial trouble with the key, and Sharon, the owner, admonished aloud one of the ghosts, and then the key worked fine.... More 

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Reno
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 8, 2015

A group consisting of four couples did an overnight at the St George Hotel in Volcano, CA. It is an "old" hotel! It is not the "Four Seasons" or "Waldorf", so keep that in mind. Sharon runs the place. She will check you in, bring ice to your room, etc. We arrived about 3 PM so some of us went... More 

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West Point, California
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed April 8, 2015

Went to St George for our anniversary dinner on 3/21/15. Had another person with us. He ordered garlic fries with his sandwich, I had a turkey club and my husband had the special Ribs. We were shocked when the meal arrived, the garlic fries were greasy fries covered in about a cup of minced garlic. Even a garlic lover wouldn't... More 

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California
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed October 27, 2014

The hostess at the hotel mentioned there were historical photos of the town in the bar. We went into the bar and were there two or three minutes looking at the photos when the bartendar (I guess) said, OK ladies, either in or out!. He wasn't very welcoming in a tiny town dependant on tourist dollars. He also smelled like... More 

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Agoura Hills, California, United States
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 15, 2014

If you are looking for a quiet, interesting, historical place to stay, then the St. George hotel in Volcano, CA is for you. We arrived on July 4th after a day of river rafting. We checked in, which unlike modern hotels, is the wait staff going out back and looking for "Sharon" the hotel care-taker. I checked in and got... More 

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Pine Grove, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 12, 2014

The St George Hotel is a fantastic place to stay eat and drink. With that said the main reason my husband and myself go to the St George is the colorful and crazy bartender BOB. Bob is quick with a joke and keeps everyone happy and entertained. If you dont stop by the St George Sat for lunch or Sunday... More 

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Atwater, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 10, 2014

Headed to Volcano for some photo shooting in Amador County at Daffodil Hill. The Hill on the average stays open mostly from 3 - 4 weeks. Hillsides of freshly blooming Daffodils. Beautiful area. i decided to stay at the St, George Hotel, which is real close to a few attractions that I wanted to get some photos from. Another one... More 

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Newport Beach, California, United States
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed March 5, 2014 via mobile

I had to book 2 nights here for myself and coworkers on a business trip. We were the ONLY people staying at the hotel and yet, they still put them in a room in the new annex building and me in a tiny room in a corner of the second floor of the "haunted" main building. The saloon was fabulous... More 

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The St. George Hotel is located in Volcano-the “Gem of the Mother Lode”, slightly off the beaten path in the Sierra Nevada Foothills of California. This 3-story building with wooden balconies is the first thing you’ll see upon approaching the entrance to town. The St. George Hotel is listed on the national Register of Historic Places.The main Hotel was built in 1862. It is a 3-story brick building with 14 inch thick walls. The Hotel, built by B.F. George, was named “The St. George” to “thwart the demonic Fire Dragon”. The first two Hotels on the site (Eureka in 1853 and Empire in 1859) were destroyed by fire. The Hotel was known in the late 1800’s as the best Hotel in the County. The Hotel was one of the first 3-story buildings in the State, and Volcano is one of the original Gold Rush towns in the Mother Lode.The main Hotel has 14 guestrooms on 2 floors, two with private baths and the remainder with shared bathrooms. An additional one-story annex building, built in the 1960’s, offers 6 rooms with private bathrooms and televisions. Want to bring your dog? No problem. We have one room in the annex which we allow your pet to stay with you for an additional nominal charge. In 2003 the “Garden Cottage” was added and features a private deck, queen size bed, fireplace, double Jacuzzi tub, shower, television and DVD player. At the back side of the property, the Zinfandel Conference Center offers a perfect setting for meetings, gatherings or conferences with its small kitchen, separate queen bedroom and spacious area for seating in the living room and a television.The lovely and magical grounds of the St. George are a joy in every season. They are perfect for outdoor wedding ceremonies, receptions, summer teas and parties. The Daffodils and Tulips in Spring time and the grand trees and flowering bushes in summer provide privacy and shade and offer beautiful outdoor sitting areas throughout the gardens for reading, meditating, or reflecting on simpler times. ... more   less 

Additional Information about St. George Hotel

Address: 16104 Main St, Volcano, CA 95689-9901
Location: United States > California > Volcano
Price Range: $55 - $195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 22
Also Known As:
St George Hotel
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