Not much to do right there but the place is great and the service and people were wonderful The food next door was awesome
An amazing sTay as always, at the Historic Requa Inn. This is my 7th trip up to get away from the bay area attitudes and overpopulation, and I love it every time
Everything was A1. Very clean,super staff, great breakfast.
Spacious, clean room with nice view. Only negatives were the freezer had three opened ice cream cartons left by the previous guest and the dead bolt on the door was broken. I would stay again. Staff was friendly and welcoming.
The hot tub heater wasn't working on the night we stayed. Otherwise, it's one of the nicest hotels in town!
We were able to walk to beach.. harbor.. and a great Thai place near by.. overall it is a great place to stay
The location was awesome and very close to the ocean and the aquatic center (since my kids are on competitive swim team they could practice there) - The room was very plain and had no comfortable chair / furniture for resting (no lounge chair or sofa). The beds were very comfortable and I liked the ...
The room was comfortable, and it was easy to walk to the harbor and to restaurants.
The staff was friendly, never intrusive. The nice lady at the front desk took a personal interest in my elderly dog and the owner gave me the same rate when I added an extra night without a second thought.
The natural world offers you something that's truly unique, so walk a while off the beaten path at Trees of Mystery.
It is situated in Crescent City, a drive of 250 miles from Sacramento, the state capital.
It's only about 6 miles to Trees of Mystery if you book a room at one of the 2 hotels that are available in the area. Some good possibilities are The Historic Requa Inn and Holiday Inn Express Klamath - Redwood Ntl Pk Area.
Be sure to check out the menu and regular specials at Forest Cafe (15499 U.S. 101, Klamath). This prominent establishment lies just 0.07 miles from Trees of Mystery.