Shasta Starr Ranch B&B

Shasta Starr Ranch B&B

1008 W.A. Barr Road
Mount Shasta City, California 96067
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Local Phone: (530) 926-3870

Shasta Starr Ranch B&B
As many of the B & B’s long time guests may know Julian and Kachina Starr have purchased the Shasta Starr Ranch Bed and Breakfast and as of April 1, 2015, taking over from Bill and Mary Larsen.

Bill and Mary owned the building for 30 years, 20 of which it was run as a Bed and Breakfast; giving it lots of love and hard work. The Starr’s feel honored that the Larsen’s chose them as their predecessors and will continue the Bed and Breakfast’s much loved traditions.

The new owners, Julian and Kachina Starr have owned and operated Turtle Rock Resort in Gold Beach, Oregon for eighteen years and will bring their experience and expertise to the care and restoration of this historic, rustic Bed and Breakfast in Northern California. They look forward to welcoming you.

This 2-story ranch house offers a rustic glimpse into the past in a historical setting. Built in 1923 by H. D. “Curley” Brown as a thoroughbred horse ranch, the original guest accommodations included the main house and several cottages and bungalows.

Present-day guests enjoy the unique atmosphere and mood of those early years still reflected in the Shasta Starr Ranch Bed and Breakfast Northern California. This magnificent home has four spacious guestrooms in the main house, separate carriage house with five bedrooms and a two-bedroom cottage.

• Dogs are welcome.
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Paco and Mount Shasta. Photo Credit: @mikilitong.gala
Paco and Mount Shasta. Photo Credit: @mikilitong.gala
The Shasta Cascade region’s name comes from a monumental mountain (Mount Shasta, at 14,179 feet, one of the highest peaks in the country) and the Cascade mountain range that begins where the Sierra Nevada peters out, just north of Lake Almanor in Plumas County. The mountain, 75 miles north of Redding, is considered by many to be one of the world’s most spiritual “power spots,” but even if you’re not into New Age philosophy, you owe it to yourself to bask in its bewitching presence. more »
Mountain Dog. Photo Credit: Amy Scott
Mountain Dog. Photo Credit: Amy Scott
On a clear day, 14,179-foot-high Mount Shasta comes into view just north of Sacramento as you make the trip up Interstate 5. You might mistake it for a cloud at first, but soon, its distinctive, snow-capped volcanic cone comes into unmistakable focus. By the time you get to Redding, it’s an indelible part of the landscape. Take a rest stop with Rover, and keep driving an hour up the road to Mount Shasta City, a walkable town of 3,500 where every other shop, it seems, deals in spiritual experience and paraphernalia. more »
Dog enjoying the Shasta scenery
Photo Credit: Beth King
Fall is great time for a scenic-drive vacation, and it would be hard to find a better variety of options than in the scenic Shasta/Cascade region, which boasts 12 designated scenic byways, each with its own intrinsic qualities. The 500-mile Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, which winds through the least populated part of California, is one of just 21 routes nationwide designated an “All-American Road” by the U.S. Department of Transportation. more »
Heading north from Redding, DogTrekkers will find an abundance of Fido-friendly hike, splash, play and stay choices—too many for just one trip. Mount Shasta City, nestled at the foot of the imposing, 14,162-foot volcanic peak of the same name, makes a great base for a getaway.  more »
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