Take a step back in time at the oldest hotel in the Yosemite area. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada foothills, the Groveland Hotel offers easy access to Yosemite. Our newly renovated hotel features 18 beautifully-appointed guest rooms, wrap around porches, and a delightful tiered patio. Fresh carpets, windows, bedding and lighting provide the modern amenities you're looking for while enveloping you in the historic sophistication of the early California ranch-style.
Originally built as a trading post in 1849, the Groveland Hotel has had many lives. The Groveland Hotel is one of the few remaining buildings in the Sierra Nevada build in the Monterey Adobe style which was in vogue in the late 1840 and 1850s. Guests can still see the original adobe bricks used to build the structure.
Owners Jenn and Doug Edwards purchase the Groveland Hotel in June of 2017. They first moved to Groveland from Seattle in 2012 when they bought the historic Hotel Charlotte in Groveland. Doug brings his extensive experience as a chef to Provisions restaurant and Jenn oversees the management and marketing for their properties. Doug and Jenn can frequently be found at the hotel teaching their two young boys the business.
100-425/nt US Dollar
18767 Main St., Groveland, CA, 95321, USA
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