Overall good place to stay. Nice house but one of the beds was so hard that I couldnt sleep. The house has all the basic things you need for a family to be comfortable.
This is a great place to rent. Not only it is a cute house that is very nicely decorated but it has a quaint enclosed yard and back porch on which one can relax. The home is very modern, clean, and comfortable. The neighborhood is quiet. It's just a couple of blocks away from downtown Folsom where ...
We have enjoyed a very comfortable week in your VRBO. Thank you for the wild turkeys, squirrels, birds and especially the nesting pair of bald eagles. When in the area we will definitely return:) Thank you!
This was at a great location- the people super friendly - the hotel was beautifully clean. the ppolarea and hot tub clean and quiet. great little food places around it- if you ever stay here- go eat and do some karaoke at Harrys sports bar and grill !!
Great location, near downtown and Lake Natoma. Walked to dinner without any problem. Plenty of parking. Grounds small but with nice pool and garden seating area. Road noise pretty loud with window open but easily covered by fan and AC.
You cannot say you have properly experienced a place without seeing some of its culture. Folsom History Museum is a terrific place to start.
Sacramento, the state capital, is where this particular destination is found.
If you don't want to fork out a fortune on your accommodation, you will be happy to find that there are a number of affordable hotels relatively close by. The Extended Stay America Sacramento - Roseville and the Crossland Sacramento - Point East Drive are a few establishments you should check out.
Peache Cafe is a decent spot that's close to Folsom History Museum. Visitors seeking a break venture here for robust coffee and yummy treats. When the day starts to end, refuel with a nourishing meal at Sutter Street Grill. You'll be pleased to know that this spot is also close. Want to seal the night with a tasty drink? You won't need to journey too far to find The Fat Rabbit Public House.