Stayed here two nights to be attend a funeral. It was located in a nice quiet location and was easy to find. Hotel and room were clean and beds were comfortable. Waffles were delicious and coffee was good, so overall our breakfast was great! Staff were pleasant and helpful. Had no problems checking in or out. Would definitely stay here again!
Traveller from Montebello, Ca
Located in Big Stump Entrance Kings Canyon, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Alta District Historical Square Depot Museum …More
"Good location, warm environment, inside the park. "
It's nicely located: about 1hr from general Sherman, 20 mins away from Hume lake. The room looked clean, but the bed sheets had multiple easily visible stains, and the covers were obvs not washed as they had hair from the previous guests. However, there was hot water for 3, a working heater, and a tv with 15 channels. The tv also didn't come with a remote so we had to stand up to change it. Breakfast buffet is $12.99 and it's a 5/10, since they offer very limited foods. However, based on location and price, I would stay there again
Traveller from los angeles
Located in Hume, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of General Grant Tree Trail and North Grove Loop Trail. Panoramic Point and …More
The hotel is right off the freeway which is good for convenience on your travels but not so good if you want to sleep. I found the bed comfortable and the room clean. New TV with lots of channels and helpful staff (I couldnt work the tv at first). For a cheap price if you just need a place to sleep one night, I recommend
Located in Big Stump Entrance Kings Canyon, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Bicentennial Park, Ramos Torres Winery …More
Big Stump Entrance Kings Canyon, Pinehurst Hotel Information
Big Stump Entrance leads into Kings Canyon National Park and Grant Grove Visitor Center and Village. Nearby General Grant Tree carries the distinctions of being a designated National Shrine, the Nation's Christmas Tree, and the world's third largest tree. A walk on the Big Stump Basin Trail reveals the remains of early sequoia logging, during which one-third of the ancient trees were cut down.