A nice, clean, friendly place to stay in the mountains of Northern California in the town of Greenville! Come and kick back in the shadow of Mt. Lassen and ten minutes from Lake Almanor. The Hideaway was built in 1947 with a large lodge, bar, dance floor, and motel rooms. The large building collapsed under heavy snow one year and now that space is dedicated to private deck rooms, with a BBQ area, shade umbrellas, and a view of Indian Head.
Lodging Style and Amenities
A quaint roadside motel nestled in the trees, surrounded by oaks, pines, cedars, and fir trees. A comfortable, laid back style motel, not fancy, but very clean, and the scenery is the real beauty of this lodging establishment.
Breakfast Style ServedBreakfast Not Included
Season OpenAll Year.
Additional Services and Amentities Available
Large deck rooms available. Some suites have full sized kitchens and separate bedrooms, with full sized bath tubs. The BBQ area is up on the main deck with a great view of Indian Head, and shade umbrellas, with dining areas on the deck. Full sized alcohol bar and meeting room available at an extra charge.
Rate Range$85 to $195 per night
Located in Greenville, California, 95947, Plumas County, USA! Highway 89 runs through Greenville and The Hideaway Motel and Lodge is at 761 Hideaway Road, and Hideaway Road connects to Highway 89, which connects to Highway 70 in the Feather River Canyon, or Northwest to Highway 36 near Chester, California, and 49 miles from Lassen Volcanic National Park.
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
Bink Huddleston is the owner/operator of the Hideaway Motel and Lodge and lives on site, and manages the daily operations of the business. He and his son own the business and a Jewelry/Gift store in Greenville too.