Ratings based on 16 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Sacramento, Ca.
Nice lodgePosted Aug 16, 2014
Cons: The breakfast
Location: the location is great for golf and the Brewing Lair micro brewery
the breakfast was disappointing,,continental,,and after taxes 158 was a lot for one person,, found out later I could have stayed in a bed and breakfast in Clio for half that price
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Whittier,ca
Very nice and scenic placePosted Jul 6, 2014
Pros: Nice and quiet in the woods
Cons: Park you car with consideration for others. We could not park in front of our room as people parked crooked or took up two spots. no prkg stall lines
Location: Feather River Museum in Portola
The room was very cozy and comfortable. The staff was very nice, helpful and friendly. Dinner on the outside patio was very nice. You can take a walk to the river and railroad tracks. Nice small golf course, pond with fishing, and looked like plenty for kids to do. My wife fell in love with the place.
by A verified traveler
Nice roomPosted Jul 5, 2014
Cons: surprised at the variety of rooms and different types of accommodations at one place
Location: lots of sightseeing, restaurants, golfing, hiking and activities close by
Our room was very nice. There were many types of groups staying there from couples to very large families.
for Everyoneby Guyfrom Bellingham, WA
Nice staff, comfortable outdoor settingsPosted Jun 11, 2014
Pros: Comfortable, quiet room with restaurant. Relaxed atmosphere, no hassles.
Cons: Quieter air conditioner.
Location: Golf in Graeagle.
The facility is comfortable, nice outdoor sitting and dining area, small bar and decent restaurant with limited menu. Rooms are comfortable, bed was very good. Rustic setting in a relatively remote area, close to golf in Graeagle, CA. Staff friendly and helpful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great Lodge in the woodsPosted May 23, 2014
So sorry it was only a one-night stay for us, with a late arrival on top. (Stayed there to visit friends nearby.) The next morning we could appreciate the beauty of the surroundings. Room was comfortable with a king size bed and a nice, large bathroom. Just one issue with the toilet which had a slow flush. We got a plunger in the morning and solved the problem. There was a mezzanine upstairs with a sofa and coffee table. Continental Breakfast was fine with Starbucks coffee. Our receptionist was very accomodating with our late arrival and check-in and assisted us in every way.
for Everyoneby Peter & Maggiefrom Somerset, England
Chalet View Lodge (Bob's place)Posted Oct 24, 2013
Cons: Less garlic leaving an after taste in your mouth even the next morning.
Location: Plenty of lovely countryside to tour around we even saw a grizzly bear one day crossing thr road in front of us.
We picked to stay at the Chalet View Lodge because the website painted such and idealic picture of what we wanted in a two night break in our drive around California and on our arrival I have to say it lived up to all and more of what we expected. We received a warm welcome from Megan in Reception and elected to upgrade are our stay to a suite which gave us an upstairs sitting area, large bedroom with gas fire, well equipped bathroom , two toilets, a balcony with chairs to sit and enjoy the views within the grounds and last but not least a VERY comfortable bed. We elected to dine in both nights and the quality, choice of food and wine was excellent, our only negative comment was that there was too much garlic within the food, on the vegetables it was clearly visible, not cooked in well enough and left a taste in our mouths the next morning still. We met our host Bob on the first night who came over and introduced himself to my wife & I and proudly told us on his Micro Brewery which offered three types of beer including one on the lines of an Old English Real Ale. I have to say that that Ale was amazing and could rival many of the best quality Ales from back home. Keep brewing it Bob!! The hotel has lovely grounds for walking around and a nine hole golf course and in the summer we could imagine how wonderful it would be to sit out on the patio on an evening and enjoy the surroundings. In summary would be recommend it to anyone, YES of course we would, go and stay there and
for Everyoneby Docfrom Kentucky
Decent facility in a nice area.Posted Oct 20, 2013
Pros: It is in a very nice area of the country, and there didn't appear to be many other decent places to stay that weren't in a private resort area.
Cons: Upkeep, training of staff, room lighting, use of cramped space in rooms.
Location: Golf in season, lots of outdoor options for fishing, hunting, hiking,cross-country skiing. National parks and forests nearby.
I arrived on the weekend, so the owners were at the facility. They were nice, and helpful. Most of the other staff had little experience and were not particularly good at answering questions. The room had a small downstairs where the bed, very small desk, and side tables were jammed in. The closet space was adequate for one person, but not well lit. The bathroom was remodeled and very nice. There was an upstairs loft in the room, but it just had a couch, so I didn't use that area at all. There appeared to be many options for spending time at the hotel, including an outdoor hot tub (my only option because the staff said that the jets in my room's tub were out of order... on the last day I found out that this was not the case), a short pitch-and-putt golf course, and some areas for strolling around. There was a wedding that took over the dining and outside sitting area, so those were unavailable to the other guests. There is apparently a free breakfast, but I was out of the room each day before it was served. You could buy Starbuck's coffee at most times, however.
for Everyoneby Elainefrom CA
Enjoyed our one-night stayPosted Jul 2, 2013
Pros: The variety of things to do and the ambiance.
Cons: The golf course.
Our room was comfortable and close to the patio and dining room. We had fun on the nine-hole golf course, but it needs quite a bit of renovation to be "up to par". We didn't eat in the dining room the night we stayed because we were on a budget, but enjoyed the continental breakfast the next morning. It was definitely a fun place to stay and had lots of amenities - spa, fitness center, pool.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great for a romantic get away!Posted Oct 30, 2012
Very cute place. The room had a fireplace that added romance and coziness.
for Everyoneby Jayfrom UK
A perfect place to stayPosted Sep 24, 2012
This is a lovely hotel/motel. We had a room with two double beds, one on a mezzanine level, which was perfect. The staff were extremely helpful. There was a nice breakfast, and they also have a Starbucks on site. The hotel is in a beautiful setting, and was a perfect base for us as we travelled between Lake Tahoe and the Lassen volcanic park ( which is well worth a visit). The most pleasant surprise was the truly wonderful restaurant on site. The menu was very interesting and the food was absolutely top-drawer - fresh, tasty, beautifully presented and delicious. A perfect place to stay.