Ratings based on 36 Verified Reviews
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4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Great stop on the way to Sequoia...Posted Aug 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very nice owners. Beautiful grounds. Wonderful breakfast!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Beautiful just beautifulPosted Aug 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
This is probably the best place I have stayed in. The owners are very welcoming and made an effort to learn our names. The breakfast which they make a big deal about lives up to the hype and has a sense of occasion about it. The place itself is perhaps a bit dated but that only adds to the charm and the feel of the place. It is not some cold modern hotel chain it is more like staying with your favourite relatives in the country. The drive to Sequoia National Park is a bit longer then I expected due to the winding roads but is no more then an hour drive to the main park attractions. Given more time we could easily spend a couple of days just sitting in the gardens or by the pool and relaxing, it is probably worth coming here just for that. The rooms themselves were very nice, not overly big but comfortable and definitely unique. This is definitely a place you won't forget any time soon.
Recommendedby James from Arizona
VacationPosted Aug 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Overall very nice. The hosts, Scott and Marie, are very friendly and attentive. The breakfasts were excellent (we stayed two nights). The room was clean and in good repair. The only downside is traffic noise. Our room was located in the front of the house. The main entrance to Sequoia Nation Park is only a few miles up the road, hence the traffic.
for Business Travelersby Eugene from West Hollywood
A charming place to rememberPosted Jul 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
A wonderful warm memorable bed-and-breakfast near National Sequoia Park that transports you into another place and time.
Posted Jul 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby David from CT
Very pleasant B & B close to the national parksPosted Jul 9, 2013
Cons: There is only one decent restaurant (nothing fancy, but good food at reasonable prices) just up the road.
Location: The National Parks are close by - and scenic mountain byways - esp. to Mono Hot Springs, which is a gorgeous, but a winding, narrow road.
If you're going to arrive after 6 PM (which I did), be sure to call ahead and let the owners know so they can leave a key and instructions at the front door. As it turned out, a couple of German girls arrived at the same time I did, so the owner was there to greet us (although the info. was also attached to the front door). She showed us around - the pool is very nice with a pleasant terrace, and there is a large hot tub, maybe more appropriate in cooler seasons. The house theme is "Gone with the Wind," so there are numerous references to the movie and the ante-bellum era (only in the "romantic" sense) around the house and in the rooms. Of course, the climate is sub-tropical, so it's hot and dry with plenty of orange and lemon groves around. The couple who run the house (and it's not southern plantation size by any means, if you're thinking of Mt. Vernon or Shadows on the Teche) are both pleasant, welcoming and helpful. The en suite room was not huge but with a comfortable bed and A/C, of course. The room was clean and well ordered. Whilst there were other guests, I found the night quiet and pleasant. Breakfast is ca. 8:30 A.M., and is well worth staying for - a generous selection of choices, and a special dish cooked by the owners. The guests I met were from different areas (besides the German girls) and all were delightful to talk with. They all seemed to have a nice stay as well. The place is reasonably priced and a nice change from the usual chain hotels.
for Familiesby Julia from NYC
Beautiful and comfortablePosted Jul 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very relaxing, we loved the pool and outdoor gardens
for Couplesby Andy from England
Location for our visit to Sequoia & Kings NPPosted Jul 1, 2013
Pros: Location, "home" feel, friendliness, size (only 6 rooms).
Cons: Some of the room and outside decorating is a little "tired".
Location: Good food at Three Rivers, about 9 miles away. 30 minutes from Sequoia.
Chose B&B as it was small, personal and offered something different from the larger hotels. We were not disappointed with our choice. Excellent location, in amongst the orange groves, quiet and like living "at home". Relaxing after our drive with Scott and Marie making you feel so welcomed. Room comfortable (we had Aunt Pittypat), which was close to the pool and the outside dinning area. Breakfast excellent with "home" prepared and cooked food. Would choose this B&B again without hesitation if we find our way visiting Sequoia.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 11, 2013 on Hotels.com