Footage of the Inn on ESPN2 "Destination Outdoors" aired in March 2003 Also watch for the Inn's participation in PBS nationwide Auction Series!
Located in the small historic mining town of Lewiston, the Inn is situated on the bank of the catch and release flyfishing section of the Trinity River.
The Old Lewiston Inn was opened in 1989 after restoration was completed on the building. Since the opening, the Inn has received acclaim from our guests and travel publications. Designated one of Northern California's best inns and destinations from 1993 through the present.
The Inn has excellent reviews from various California guide books including Seth Norman's guide
to Northern California flyfishing.
The rooms have private entrances, private baths, and decks overlooking the river. The seven rooms are furnished with antiques of local origin. Each room has the flavor of a different decade. All lodge rooms are air conditioned and include refrigerators. Breakfast is served family style in the dining room of the main house.
If you are interested in doing things other than
fishing or just plain relaxing, the Inn has guidebooks for day hikes into isolated Alpine lakes where you can spread a blanket and picnic at the foot of the Trinity Alps.
Hike or bike on paved roads along nearby lakes or go off the beaten path into mining camps inhabited only by the ghosts of forty-niners long departed.
Well marked trails and paths will allow the adventurous guest to explore some of the most beautiful wilderness this country has to offer.
Stroll down to the antique shop and marvel at the large collection of period pieces.