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Circa 1859 HISTORIC NATIONAL HOTEL
Restaurant, Boutique B&B, Original Gold Rush Saloon
California Historic Landmark
This historic property is one of the ten oldest lodging properties in the State of California.
Catering to the comfort and culinary delights of the clientele, owner Stephen Willey has owned and operated this hotel & restaurant for over 48 years and is now very much looking forward to retirement.
The restaurant features 2 dining rooms with a seating capacity of 75 and a patio with additional seating of 50.
The hotel features 9 guest rooms, all with private bathrooms, operating as a bed & breakfast and boutique hotel.
The gold-rush era saloon features a beautiful wooden back bar original to 1859 and has a seating capacity of approximately 30.
Regular restaurant clientele come from Calaveras County, Stanislaus County and the San Joaquin Valley in addition to loyal locals. Lodging clientele come predominately from: San Francisco Bay Area, San Joaquin Valley, Monterey Bay, Southern California and of course….all of Europe.
Lot size is 11,564 sq. ft.
72 lineal footage along Main Street
Main building is 5,365 sq ft
1st floor – 2,836 sq ft
2nd floor – 2,529 sq ft
Owner’s home 1,200 sq ft
Storage area below owner’s home is 1,100 sq ft.
Restaurant Realty Co and agent, Keith Simpson were contacted by Stephen Willey in July 2020 just as the pandemic was taking grip. It was an almost impossible task to sell such a unique property during the closure of most Hospitality businesses.
With the assistance of Brokers Allen Kirschbaum from Southern California and colleague Hugh Dugan from Las Vegas, an experienced Buyer was finally secured.
Old Republic Title Co’s long established escrow officers, Judy Hetland and Jennifer Hinkle completed the transaction.
Buyer, Edy Headley has herself a long career in Restaurant and Catering management and intends on maintaining the National Hotel & Restaurant level of product quality, ambiance and service. The National has a great reputation as an acclaimed restaurant and hotel. Edy’s goals are to increase on-premises weddings, receptions, small seminars and meetings, as well as increase off-premises catering of many types of activities, increase patronage of on-premises banquets, etc., by car clubs, red hat groups, gold-history groups, etc.
Yosemite National Park close by offers many bus/tour companies that arrive and are aware of all that is offered in Jamestown, “The Movie Railroad” and the Gold Country in general.