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We were passing through on the motorcycle & had difficulty finding a vacancy. Luckily, we got a room. Unfortunately, it was pricey because of the busy season. It wasn't worth what we paid. The room was "tired" & the carpet was dirty. Not much of...More
We stumbled upon this hotel when stopping for the night on a California road-trip before entering the Sequoia National Forest. We only needed a shower and bed for the night and their rate was great! The concierge was friendly, the room was spacious and clean,...More
Very nice inn. Near to the Sequoia National park. Nice personal. Comfortable rooms with extra bathroom. Rooms are clean and you have free wi-fi. Breakfast is included. Unfortunately we were too late for breakfast but the personal was very kind and we got donuts etc....More
Me and my friend were there for one night only and it's a really good place to stay.
The room was very comfortable and good size. Price was ok.
Breakfast is for free but don't think it is soo delicious, cause it's not. It's just...More
We were there for one night. It was an average budget motel with decent breakfast. The room was specious, although a bit smelly. It is almost middle of nowhere (only 3-4 places around where one can dine), but if you would like to visit Sequoia...More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the... More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the vehicle at all time when visiting the Park.