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Property address is 18183 Main Street / APN 003-162-01
Lot size is 11564 sq. ft.
Main building is 5365 sq ft  /  1st floor - 2836 sq ft
​$2,000,000

We have two distinct clienteles.  We have a hotel return guest ratio of above 50%, indicating that customers are quite happy with the value received.  We maintain a very strong presence on the internet and are listed on 200+ websites worldwide.  Restaurant customers tend to be from within a 1 ¼ hour driving time.  For years, we have developed a reputation of excellence and marketed our efforts to those who live within this distance.

An actual gold mine is on the premises, although the water table is only 10 foot below.  Two liquor licenses are included.  This is a rather unique situation in California, as it includes:  restaurant on-sale liquor license; off-sale package liquor license.  The ABC no longer allows businesses to merge these licenses under one roof.  

OVERVIEW – This historic property, one of the 10 oldest lodging properties in the State of California. is in excellent condition.  Catering to the comfort and culinary delights of their clientele, this Gold Country boutique hotel is a turn key operation.  Current owner has owned and operated this hotel, for over 38 years, dating from 1974.

  • Nine guest rooms, all with private bathrooms, operating as a bed & breakfast and boutique hotel. 
  • 2 dining rooms have a seating capacity of 75 and a patio with additional seating for 40-50.  
  • Saloon has a seating capacity of approximately 20 – 22 in addition to the front desk area.    
  • Lunch and dinner are served daily with brunch on Sundays.  Mediterranean cuisine is featured on the dinner menu. Regular restaurant clientele come from a distance up to 1 hour away, which includes Calaveras County, and the San Joaquin Valley cities of:  Merced, Turlock, Modesto, Manteca & Stockton.  
  • Lodging clientele come predominately from:  San Francisco Bay Area, San Joaquin   Valley, Monterey Bay and Southern California.

Physical Property – All plumbing, electrical, insulation and woodwork are in excellent condition. The main structure dates mostly from 1927, which was damaged due to fire at that time. This portion includes:  2 dining rooms, saloon & front desk, basement, bathrooms, commercial kitchen, walk-in, wait stations and office. The rear addition includes the dish wash area, pantry, chef’s office, storage and employee bath and dates from 1985-86.  The manager’s apartment, workshop, wine storage, liquor storage, catering, banquet and storage rooms dates from the latter 1800’s, with recent restoration/remodel work.  Non-mandatory sprinkler systems are active throughout the hotel and are in the process of being installed on the ground floor. Saloon/registration area has 9 bar stools & table seating for 12 and a hotel registration desk.  The basement below the bar has a concrete floor and contains bar equipment in addition to serving as non-liquor/wine storage for the bar. Exterior of main building is kiln-dried redwood heart, over 1 ½ rigid insulation, which covers the exterior walls of approximately 10” of reinforced concrete.  Windows are mostly dual-paned Anderson with 20 pane appearance. The roof of the main building is quite unusual, in that it is a metal roof, composed of copper/tin alloys. Does not rust and would be quite expensive to install today. Cooling systems are ducted evaporative cooling, composed of 3 units and is the latest such technology using a Master Cool system.  In January 2009, entire operation was closed to allow a complete remodel of the kitchen and dish wash areas.  This was the first serious remodel since 1974-75, and resulted in “new” epoxy flooring, plumbing and electrical work, carpentry and finally, stainless steel installation in the kitchen area.  

The nine guest rooms are restored to the Gold Rush era, in addition, each has:  private bath with tiled showers, basins, pull-chain toilets, modern heat & cooling and TV cable, rooms insulated for sound and heat and fully furnished with quality antiques.  Hotel has a soaking room with large antique 2 person tub, brass fixtures, hotel balcony (built mostly out of redwood heart) & housekeeping/storage rooms, in addition to modern washing/drying equipment.  The two dining rooms have 18 tables and related furnishings, much of it antique in nature.  Kitchen is modern with mostly Wolf cooking equipment and True & Traulsen refrigeration and includes:  ranges with convection oven, salamander, steam table, 3 reach-ins, 2 reach-in freezers, walk-in, steam table, pre-rinse & dishwashing station, etc.  Patio includes 10 tables with seating for 40-50, under a grape arbor that was completely remodeled recently.

​National Hotel, Jamestown, California

1859 HISTORIC NATIONAL HOTEL
A Boutique Hotel & Bed and Breakfast
Original Saloon & Highly-Acclaimed Restaurant

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