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out of 13 reviews
“Good motel in California Gold Country”
Friendly staff, good amenities. Room was upgraded by staff. Didn't use the pool but it is a plus. Situated above a busy road so little noise. I'd recommend it and the price was moderate.
Cute hotel, very comfortable room and bed. Friendly staff.
“Not fancy but comfy”
The outside was not fancy but I have to say that the bed was comfortable, the room was clean, shower was hot and had good pressure and the walls are cinder block so you really don't have to worry about sound coming thru walls. It sits off of Hwy 108 but I didn't even hear any car noise at night like I was worried about. It's an decent place to stay for the price.
“Very friendly, helpful and welcoming hotel.”
Jamestown was a great little place to visit, a real gold-rush mining town. The hotel staff were very friendly, helpful and welcoming.
“Great deal for what we needed”
This motel was in just the right spot for us on our way to Yosemite. The staff were very friendly, even suggesting a great dinner spot to try. The ammenities are basic, but good enough for a comfortable night. We would definitely stay again if in the area.
“Would go again”
The hotel is old, but it was clean. The only heat is a space heater. The heating system does not work. The people who run the place were very accomadating and friendly. The first night it was cold and they brought us a larger space heater for the next night and that helped. The price was pretty good. I would go back.
“Last minute hotel option, but worked out great!”
We had a nice stay at this hotel, it was very quiet. The hotel was full and we would have never known. Never heard a peep from our neighbors. Very nice for a change. We stayed here so that we could attend a concert in Murphy s. This was quite a drive from the venue but it was a last minute decision to stay rather than drive home. Obviously a much better option. The room could use some updating, this was the first hotel I have stayed in that had one of the old wooden style televisions. Probably would save some electricity to update it to a new one. But I guess you don't need to fix what isn't broken! Oh and the pink flowered sheets and the pink toilet were... cute, definitely another first for me. But overall it was a comfortable quiet place to sleep. No noisy cars or neighbors or maids in the morning. Good place.
The hotel was rustic but charming and there was plenty of hot water, everything was clean, and the room was quiet.
“Reasonable priced Motel”
Old Motel (not hotel), but clean and tidy. Did not cost much, and for the price it is a good place to spend a night.
“Cheap. "Get what you pay for".”
First, the proprietors are nice enough, but we didn't expect anything superb about this motel. It was the least expensive in the area. It was conveniently located (as a stop-over on the way to Yosemite) and if it was clean, it would be fine. It wasn't. The sheets appeared to NOT have been changed. When we pointed it out to the proprietor, she said they were changed, but offered to put new sheets on anyway and there was an obvious difference. There was a fair amount of mildew in the tile grout in the shower and on the shower curtain and some general grunginess around the window. There was no towel rod and there were 2 bath towels, but only a single hand towel and wash cloth provided and no luggage rack. Even though it was a non-smoking room, there are chairs with ash trays set up right outside each room. The person in the next room kept using his and the smoke would come through the cracks in the door. The rooms have cinder-block walls, so you don't hear much from the next room, but we could clearly hear the person below us blasting the TV late into the night and a lot of traffic noise comes through the single-pane front window. We were in the last room farthest from the office and the WiFi didn't work. We were told it was a problem with Comcast cable, but it worked fine when I took my laptop outside and closer to the office. I should point out, this was room 316.