RATES: call 949-632-4650 Cottages1,2,5:$99 1nt;$89 2nt $79 3nt; $69 4nt; week $385 plus10%tax,clean fee$40. Cottages 3 & 4: $125 1nt, 2nt $115, $105 3nt, $95 4nt, week $525,10% tax, clean$50 Cleaning fees on each cottage are a one time fee: $40 for 1,2,5 and $50 for 3,4. weekly rates are a great deal for each cottage enjoy a full week our 3 night rates are a steal of a deal, get on board for family fun cleaning fee is a one time fee. And more fun, cottages 4 and 5 have an inner adjoining door that can be unlocked to make one huge cottage that sleeps six...fun fun fun. And Cottages 2 and 3 have DirectTV for even more fun. The below description is loaded. We are off interstate 5 in Northern California. You can call the owner 24 hours a day 949-632-4650 or email email@example.com THIS FUN PROPERTY was the hide out for JFK and Marilyn Monroe, The Rat Pack and Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Dorsey Band, John Wayne, Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Lana Turner, and Howard Hughes. Built in the 20's it was the hidden resort for the stars of Hollywood and entertainment. The owner Is Brian Theriot former United States UCLA Captain and NCAA Champion in track and field and trained here when running a world best of 3:56 for the mile.
Castle Stone Cottages are quaint, fully furnished, on the Upper Sacrmento River. South of Dunsmuir and Mt. Shasta by miles. Fully furnished. Cottages 1 and 2 are two room studios with two beds, one a pull out sofa, Cottages 3 and 4 are one bedroom with pull out sofas in the living room. Cottage 5 has a huge private deck with mountain views. ASK ABOUT THE COTTAGES 4 AND 5 COMBINATION RENTAL AS WE HAVE ADJOINING DOOR OPENING TO A MEGA COTTAGE THAT SLEEPS 6. Everything is provided. Hike, Ski, Swim, Fly Fishing, boat Lake Shasta or Lake Siskiyou.
We have golf courses nearby as well. Castella is a quaint town and here is a bit of history. Also email owner Brian Theriot 24/7 Mt. Shasta Area Cottages are also on Facebook and so is Brian Theriot.
From the Redding Record Searchlight Newspaper
Former UCLA superstar Brian Theriot and his wife, Melissa Crow, own and operate the property. Brian grew up in Castella and used Castella Loop as his private training ground. He knew everyone in the community as did his parents and grandparents (Castella residents) Jim and Hazel Hobbs before him.He was good friends with Mike Padula, owner of Mike's Place bar, the most popular bar in town. When the trains pulled into Castella, they stopped right in front of Mike's. The offloading passengers usually headed straight for Mike's Bar. This story is based on the eyewitness accounts of Castella residents George Costas, a silver miner; Swede, an old fisherman; and Mike Padula, owner of the bar. All three stated the meeting of President John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe took place at Castella in 1962. All three witnesses have since passed away, however, they told others who still remember every detail of the story. One of those told was Brian Theriot, current owner of the cottages. He was told when he was a young boy. He is now 54. Brian purchased the cottages from a friend in 2003. Since then he has spent time at the cabins cleaning and primping whenever he can get away from his home and business in Southern California. During one of his stays at the cabins, he found two hidden photos of Marilyn Monroe inside Cabin #5, a storage cabin. Brian was able to determine from the background of the photos that they were both taken outside the stone cottages that date back to the early 1900s. The following information was provided by Brian. George Costas, Swede, and Mike Padula all agreed the meeting between Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe took place in 1962. No one knew how Marilyn traveled to Castella. The first place she was seen was in Mike Padula's bar, where she sat and chatted with Mike for at least three hours. She was alone. Mike Padula had a note saying 'M car here at noon for you and J.' According to Mike, three hours after Marilyn arrived, a big, black, shiny limousine with black windows pulled up outside. When Marilyn noticed the limousine, she immediately went out and climbed in. Mike saw President Kennedy inside the limousine. For the next two days, the limousine remained parked behind one of the stone cottages down the road from the old Engle Inn Resort — its name in 1962, where President Taft, an avid fly fisherman, was once a guest. Also, Brian said Marilyn signed her name in lipstick on the wall at Mike Padula's bar. That in itself wasn't unusual, because many other stars' signatures such as Mae West, Jimmy Dorsey, Lena Horn and Cary Grant graced the mirrors and the walls of Mike's Place bar. Brian states he saw her name on the wall when he was 13 years old while sitting at the bar with his Irish setter, father Richard Theriot, and grandfather Jim Hobbs. Castella was a hot playground area for movie stars from the 1930s forward to escape to. It was also a place where liquor flowed freely during Prohibition. Trainloads of people would arrive from all points south, get off the train and head for Mike's Place Bar across the road, and later to the many resorts and hotels in the area. The cabins are still there. The Engle Inn Resort main building is still there. The property no longer operates as a resort; only the cabins owned by Theriot are rented overnight or as vacation retreats. Mike Padula's bar no long exists nor do many of the hotel structures and stores that once dotted the loop such as Amos Johnson's Hotel and Store. And the train no longer stops at Castella.
We have wood stoves, Wi Fi. Cottages 1,2,4 have DVD. Cottages 2 and 3 have DVD and DirectTV. We have a local market the famous Ammirati's Tavern and Deli.
Castella is a small hamlet on the Sacramento River of no more than 200 people. The Union Pacific runs through the town with majestic train views. We are below the awesome Castle Crags and Castle Crags State Park.
Each cottage is uniquely decorated and furnished as if you are walking into a home environs. Cottages 1, 2, 3, and 4 have niche patio areas with BBQ. All dishes and utensils, cooking goods, all provided. You will want to in winter dress warm and visit Mt. Shasta. Summers are huge with a swimming hole and rope swing into the Sacremento River. We are 50 yards from the river in the woods.
Call: 949-632-4650. The cottages are family owned by Brian and Melissa Theriot who have 4 children. All now adults with huge athletic histories all trained in the mountains of Castella and Dunsmuir. Dunsmuir is the home of the best water in the world.
Please consider us for your valued vacation and family respit time. We love our guests and don't forget to leave a guest book sign in located in each cottage..
We have a website on the internet but cannot post the URL here. We can spell it out and let you do the work: Castlestoneinn dot net.
Owners favorites: Visit the Mt. Shasta Fish Hatchery. Inner tube the Sacrmento River, high dive 4 miles south at Sims Swim hole, rope swing, hike Castle Crags to the dome, bike ride, running, hunting, beer pubs in Dunsmuir and Mt. Shasta, eat at Black Bear Diner in Mt. Shasta, BBQ at night, walking the quaint town, beer selections and deli at Ammiratis Market, walk to Mossbrae Falls in Dunsmuir, explore Shasta Caverns at Lake Shasta.
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AWESOME KITCHENS. AWESOME FURNISHINGS. If you love the mountains, outdoors, rivers, quaint shopping, snow skiing, water skiing, fishing, relaxation, hiking and running trails, off road opportunities, wildlife appreciation, and a hometown market in walking distance, Castle Stone Inn is for you. And you have an owner, Brian Theriot, available 24 hours a day at: 949-632-4650. Near Sacramento River with complete river access and swimming, fishing, inner tubing.
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RATES: call 949-632-4650 Cottages1,2,5:$99 1nt;$89 2nt $79 3nt; $69 4nt; week $385 plus10%tax,clean fee$40. Cottages 3 & 4: $125 1nt, 2nt $115, $105 3nt, $95 4nt, week $525,10% tax, clean$50 Cleaning fees on each cottage are a one time fee: $40 for 1,2,5 and $50 for 3,4. weekly rates are a great deal for each cottage enjoy a full week our 3 night rates are a steal of a deal, get on board for family fun cleaning fee is a one time fee. Each cottage has a bbq. River access. late check out requests are considered Cottage 5 is newly opened. Enormous deck. plenty of parking. Call owner for details: Brian Theriot 949-632-4650 From $69/nt to $525/wk
Brian Theriot is a world class marketing executive and his wife is Melissa is a well known Hollywood Studio executive. They have 4 kids, Trevor, Danielle, Tina, and Bucko. Brian is a fomer world class runner for UCLA hitting the mile in 3:56 and USA Bronze Medalist, USA Champs 800 meters. Brian grew up each summer in Castella since 1959. Brian and Melissa are more than happy to field your calls at 949-632-4650.
BRIAN THERIOT purchased this cottage in 1926
Fishing, Sacramento River, Hiking, Golf, Lake Boating, Ski, Hunt, Family Trips. There is nothing like Castle Stone Inn. We are very unique in that the cottages and fully furnished and beautiful. You are only 10 miles from Lake Siskiyou. 20 miles from Lake Shasta. Less than 10 miles to golf location. 16 miles from Snow Skiing on Shasta Mountain. As we said golf mecca in this region with Lake Shastina Golf Resort, McCloud Golf Club, Mt. Shasta Resort, and Weed Golf Club.
There is nothing like Castella in terms of getting away from it all. We are a historic town of 200 people in old gold country and bootlegging. We are away from the hustle and bustle near the Sacramento River and close to Dunsmuir and Mt. Shasta. We have a property manager that you can contact as well during your stay.
Bird watching, river otters, bears, railroad watching, antique searching, mingle with the locals in Dunsmuir and Shasta. The Dunsmuir Pizza Factory has the greatest pizza and games for kids. You will want to bring some inner tubes during the summer months for trips down the sacramento. Just head up river to the State Park and jump in. You can get off directly in front of the cottages. Bring river shoes for wading and swimming as the river bottom is rocky. We have wood burning stoves to keep you comfy during your stay. In the summer months feel free to pick wild blackberries that surround the cottages.
The owner will guide you to great other highlights but feel free to check out the Dusnmuir Chamber of Commerce website as well as the Mt. Shasta Chamber of Commerce website. The one and only market in Castella is world famous Ammirati's Tavern and Deli with wide selection of beers from around the world and fabulous home baked items. There is a local post office for sending letters and postcards and to accept packages. We have WiFi and cell phone coverage in the area. The major town of Redding is just 45 miles south. You might want to visit Lake Shasta for boat rentals or nearby Lake Siskiyou. Jet ski the day away as well. Not far away is the unique and historic Shasta Dam. For the kids you might want to visit the epic Shasta Caverns with amazing caves and tours. Don't forget eat at the Black Bear Diner in Mt. Shasta.
You will love our wood stoves. You are in the woods but easy access to the I-5. We are one mile of major intersate 5 adjacent in the woods and the lush Sacramento River. Horseback riding too in Yreka.
My wife and I stayed in cabin number 3. We fished, floated down the river, hiked, swam, and enjoyed the beautiful scenery.
Dunsmuir is only 10 minutes away. Mt. Shasta is only 20 minutes a way.
Fly fishing - caught over 10 rainbow trout fish. We used the guide service Red Hackle Guide Service. Ask for Brian.
Overall, we will be coming back.
I had a wonderful 5 day stay at Castle Stone the last week in January. I am always leery of friend recommendations being a bit over exaggerated, but when I arrived at the cabins I was overwhelmed in the most positive way ever. My wife and I stayed in Cottage 4 and were welcomed that afternoon with a fresh pot of hot coffee (and cocoa) and cakes once we stepped through the door. Perfect beverage and snack after a long drive from the San Fernando Valley. I have been to Big Bear several times, but the stay in the Mt. Shasta area was unlike any I had experienced. The furnishing were quaint and very comfortable and the wood burning stove made me feel like I had truly escaped civilization. Bacon and eggs never tasted so good. We skied as much as we could, but being able to take a daily hike makes me yearn for the spring and summer months when I can return and lace up my sneakers for some runs along the trails, finishing with a dip in the rivers and creeks once the temperatures are a little friendlier. If you want some quiet time, an extensive library is available where you can browse subjects that pique your interests from world events to the history of the area and other local folklore. Clean, cozy and picturesque is how I would describe the my experience. All in all, a perfect long weekend getaway. Believe me, I won't be a stranger any more.
We live in Southern California and my daughter attends the University of Oregon. Traditionally, when we head home after a visit with her, in an effort to break up the trip, we will usually stay somewhere in Weed. On a recent trip home from Eugene we decided to head a little farther South before stopping. Boy, are we glad we did! Nestled among the pines in the quaint little town of Castella, we stumbled upon the Castle Stone Cottage Inn. What a gem! The cutest little set of cabins you will ever find, we stayed in Cottage #2, known as "Padula's Lodge". It was clean, cozy and well appointed. The bed we slept in was very comfortable. Being in a mountain-type rural area, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that there was free wi-fi. We took a hike along the river, which is truly a "stones throw" from our bedroom, all the way to the famed, Duffy Falls. Our plan, the next time we stay, will be to hike up the Castle Crags area. That will be in the Summer, when we move our daughter back home. With Lake Shasta near by, this is a terrific place to stay, summer or winter.
My wife and I just wanted to get away for a days and when I was kid I use to come up to the area. Well she just fell in love with the area. Our room was clean, warm and actually looked just like the website. I hate going to chain hotels where everything is programmed to sell you something and pack you in with no place to park. We spent one day at Mt. Shasta skiing and then took a day off to just relax at our pace.
I plan on coming back late this summer to do some fishing and the wife can wait to come along to enjoy the hiking trails.
We enjoyed a wonderful winter New Years in the snow and fun at Castle Stone Inn. My family rented out the bigger unit Cottage 4 which had a great separate bedroom for my wife and I. The kids loved the comfy pull out bed in the living room sitting right next to our roaring wood stove fire. We were thrilled with all the furnishings, antiques, and fun DVD TV for the kids to play movies. The snow was deep and fun. We made a snow man. The location was as promised in pristine Castella with a great local store in walking distance called Ammirattis market with loads of local beers and a great deli with a locally made thing called the Sofa Buddy Burrito. Our cottage was as the pictures depicted on the website and we picked up our keys at the full service property managers in Dunsmuir a fun loving man named Louie who also runs a hotel. We had no problems with using our credit card and it was fun listening to Louie spin tales about Old Dunsmuir and Castella. Dunsmuir is loaded with great places to eat like MaGuires. Shasta is 10 miles up the road and we ate at Black Bear Diner. Around the cottages we saw deer, a bear, and lots of beautiful trees. The Sacramento River is a stones throw away and lovely. Plenty of wood is supplied for our fire to keep warm. We will be back next winter and this coming summer as well. If you like the winter months in the mountains, a hot wood burning stove, great kitchen, and peace and quiet. This is the place!!!
This cottage is not habitable in the winter. I am sure it is a darling summer and perhaps early fall rental.
The temperature inside the cottage was 40 degrees when we arrived. The only heat in this building is a tiny wood stove, about the size of a breadbox. The cottage is not insulated, nor are there warm curtains to cover the windows. There was no kindling for the woodstove, and all of the large pieces of wood were wet and frozen and had to be dug out from under two feet of frozen snow. A note on the table invited us to forage for kindling on the grounds surrounding the cabin. HAH! This is impossible when there are 4 feet of snow on the ground!
Our search for a hatchet yielded only a splitting mall, with which we barely managed to make a few pieces of kindling to start a fire. Did I mention that we are two women in our 50s? After 5 hours of burning wet wood in this tiny wood stove, the temperature inside the cabin reached 58 degrees. That's as warm as it ever got. There was no actual sleeping going on due to the need to feed the tiny wood stove every 30-45 minutes to ensure that the fire did not go out. Remember, no kindling!
The two small rolls of extra toilet paper under the bathroom sink had been chewed to pieces by mice. In the morning, all items on the kitchen counter had been explored by said mice, who made their presence known by leaving mouse poop all over the cutting board and the top of the fridge.
With a large, adequate wood stove, and lots and lots of dry wood and kindling, and no mice, this may have been a nice winter adventure. We had planned to stay three nights, but had to abandon ship early the first morning.
Please do not rent this cottage in when it's cold and snowy,
Castle Stone Cottages www.castlestoneinn.net provides a wide range of family fun. lovers paradise, writers, ski, swim lake shasta, boating, fly fishing, a totally unique experience for those that want to just plain get away from it all. The famous local market and tavern Ammiratis is but 400 yards away. In the woods and right off interstate 5 just south of Mt. Shasta and Dunsmuir. This is fly fishing and standard fishing paradise. We have golf courses, hike Mt. Shasta, ski Shasta, and we sit below the majestic Castle Crags State Park where hiking to the historic Castle Dome is a favorite. Dunsmuir is home to the best water in the world. Shop Mt. Shasta and ask about the aliens that live deep in the mountain. See our website: www.castlestoneinn.net. You can fly into Redding airport or take the fabolus Amtrak which lets off in Dusnmuir. We have a full property manager and major crdit cards are accepted. Break out the card or the cash and enjoy wildlife, love, fun, the outdoors. We now have 5 cottages for your enjoyment. Private decks. BBQ. Lots of fun. We have complete river access.
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RATES: call 949-632-4650 Cottages1,2,5:$99 1nt;$89 2nt $79 3nt; $69 4nt; week $385 plus10%tax,clean fee$40. Cottages 3 & 4: $125 1nt, 2nt $115, $105 3nt, $95 4nt, week $525,10% tax, clean$50 Cleaning fees on each cottage are a one time fee: $40 for 1,2,5 and $50 for 3,4. weekly rates are a great deal for each cottage. Cottages 4 and 5 can be combined for a huge unit. call: 949-632-4650
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