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     To reserve a room, please call 530-926-1536 or toll free 877-375-4744.  Write to the Dream Inn at 326 Chestnut St., Mt. Shasta, CA 96067. Check in is anytime after 1:00 PM & check out is at noon.  Please advise us on your travel needs for special times.

                                                     Dream Inn

                                      Spanish Home         Victorian Home

All year suite #2 - $160 suite #1 - $120 bedroom #1 - $110 bedrooms #2 - 5 - $80 each

     Our cancellation policy is if you cancel a week or more in advance there is no charge.  In less time there is a charge of $40 per room, per night.  All rates are subject to change.  We accept cash, checks & all major credit cards.

     Our homes are strictly non-smoking but smokers are welcome to enjoy the outdoors with its many seatings.  We are also pet & children friendly when well behaved.  Please let us know of any special requests.

     Lonna Smith & David Ream are your innkeepers & we both live on the property.  We welcome you to our homes; the Bed & Breakfast.  Very likely you will also be greeted by our Black Lab, Leon.  He might bark at the door but he won't hurt you; he's just saying hello!  He was rescued from the local animal shelter at the young age of 2 months.  He loves people & pets & has been raised both by us & all of our guests.  He is never allowed in the guest's bedrooms.

     Here you will dream surrounded by a white, picket fence, 190 rose bushes, a variety of perennials, pines, cedars, spruces, maples & 2 apple trees.  In the backyard is a romantic gazebo, 2 brick patios, flower beds, 2 small lily ponds with waterfalls, koi & goldfish. 

     The town of Mt. Shasta, population 3,612 people, is surrounded in National Forest & its main street, Mt. Shasta Blvd., is a block away from the Dream Inn.  Our location is central to numerous fine restaurants, coffee shops, eclectic shops, book stores, the library, California's first fish hatchery & our town's museum, the "Sisson Museum."