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40462 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, CA 93271, United States of America – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds, Sun Deck
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Private Beach Area
WiFi is available in some hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One additional child under 17 years is charged USD 10 per person per night when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 20 per person per night for extra beds.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 6.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Great views of the mountain and river running next to the cabins. Wonderful place to get away from the city.
running out of water in the middle of my stay
Bed are too soft and the kitchen could do with some new spoons an folks
It would have been good to have a kitchen - other than that a perfectly pleasant stay in a good location for sequoia national park
Nice room, convenient to everything.
Water source is river water, so the shower smelled like sulfur. Not bad for you, just a strong odor. Guess we can blame the drought. The comfort Inn didn't have 5hat problem, then again they didn't have the view of the river.
The main room.
The smelly water, the surroundings and the reception experience was a bit awkward, in general the price is too high.
These cabins are a short drive away from national forest. We spent majority of our mornings at forest. The cabins are nice. We stayed for 5 days 4 nights with 5 kids (ages 14,10,3, twin 1yrolds) in a one room cabin with a loft like bedroom for kids. Overall everyone enjoyed the experience. We knew we didn't want to stay in tents and this was a good alternative. It also showed our older kids how lucky they are to have their own rooms.
I would not stay in these cabins again until little ones are at least 5. We had to stack dishes in fridge to keep safe (no cabinet doors). There were cigarette butts scattered in sand around porch that I was constantly pulling out of toddler hands. We had to ask for clean towels. I understand conserving water and resources by not sending cleaning lady by to give clean towels, but these are cabins and she was coming by everyday to clean other cabins. Our kids loved playing in the dirt, exploring surrounding wildlife and river near the cabins so there were a lot of dirty towels. Our main issue was the previous tenants broke the cover on the a/c unit causing a huge safety issue for our young children. Instead of management saying sorry here is a different cabin that is safe for your family. We had to stack chairs and suitcases in front of it to prevent their little fingers from exploring all the nooks and crannies of the unit. This was a huge problem for us. My husband and I didn't feel like pushing the issue because we just wanted to enjoy our family, but I do wish the customer service was such that they would have realized how dangerous it was for our family and how much of a headache it was to moniter the kids constantly while in the living/bedroom area.
Location and the place had so much potential...but no one takes the initiative to make it decent.
It was not clean. The towels and sheets were clean but that is it. Just a little extra care and this place could be awesome. We could not use the backyard area because it was all dust and dirt. If that was resolved it would be so much better.
1)had enough space for the 3rd person who wasn't able to come- 2) location was decent
1)We booked for 3, but only 2 came and they wouldn't refund us because it came from booking.com 2) hard to find and office closes at 8 pm 3) very expensive and needs updating-
A nice, spatious cabin, located on the river bank near the gates to the Sequoia Nat Park. The river is very nice to walk in or sit by.
The road passing just 50 ft from the window, vehicles passing by day and night on their way to/from the Sequoias.
There were spiders under the bed
The view was beautiful right behind us was the river. We got to see deer, plenty of dragonflies, a frog, bats and hummingbirds, definitely gives you a relaxing feeling like a REAL vacation
We had a sign in front of our cabin as well as the sides advertising cabins. We had multiple people knocking on our door. Trash had to be taken to a dumpster off site at the general store. Would've been nice to have someone come assist with that. A lot has to do with the previous customers. You have to clean up after yourself for the next person. There are a few things that could've been a lot cleaner and the bedding and floor look like they had paint on them.
Liked being right by the river. Liked having plenty of space in the cabin.
The tap water has a very unusual odor.
A deer at night near our cabin ate the leaves for 30 mins while kids were sleeping and we were sitting outside and looking at river. Enough space and good equiped
Odour of the water Odour in cabin probably from air conditioning Both weren't big deal
Location--very close to the Squoia and a creek runs right behind the cabin. Decent size kitchen and refridgerator
-Cockroches!! -No closet (Can't believe!) -Toaster was broken -Toilet bowl has stains inside (dirty look) -Too small for 4 people -Towel Rack was broken -So no place to hang towels or put the clothes or suit cases. -Price was too high for what we got. -Can't get Wi-Fi unless you go outside and stand close to the office. -We visited the office several times, but nobody answered most of times.
The location close to sequoia national park The river The AC
The road, much too close from the house The non existing terrace The shared barbecue The missing kitchen ware: 3 mugs for 5 peuple, 4 spoons, 3 glasses The (very) smelly water This place could be really great but there is on maintenance, ni effort whatsoever to keep it clean and wellcoming.
Way too expensive for quality provided. Sofa bed was awful, impossible to sleep on it. Staff was unable to offer advice.
The entire property was run down from the office to the cabins. I was told when I arrived that my card had not been charges and to feel free to look around for other properties, just to find that my card was charged anyways.
River accessible, friendly staffers, even showed up at 9pm to try and fix a satellite issue! Good service and value all around.
Anything that was poor about my experience had to do with wildlife which is no slight on the property. Had ants crawl on me at night but that was because of crumbs from my kids in bed HAHAH, which is par for the course, hello...wilderness!
The cottage had a sweet feel.. Very charming... In facility kitchen was nice to cook family meals before a day In the park...
I have never negatively addressed a situation in this type of forum but I'm still dumbfounded now... We arrived early around noon , and had a nice conversation with the little town store employee and was told we couldn't check in till the cabin was cleaned. We played around town until 5 pm and returned back to the store to get the keys. It was very difficult to find the place to start with. Wi fi was offered and did not work... There was a strong slugger smell on entry. The floor was sandy and sticky, and there was dust on everything... We opened a window to air it out and the cob webs with dead nats and life spiders at the top was not a pleasant surprise... The shower is water from the river and smelled of human " gas" after every shower... We were there Monday - Friday and went to the "office" numerous times to get towels and no one was ever there... The neighbor next to us checked out early because she was a health dept employee and swore there were bed bugs In her little house!!! The toilet broke for them on Tuesday management was notified and never came so wednesdaynight they went into town and the neighbor plunged the toilet himself!!! They complained as well about the lack if cleanliness..upon checkout we swept ,mopped ,dusted , did all the dishes and stripped all the beds and placed dirty linens down stairs... Last week I checked my bank statement and I WAS CHARGED A CLEANING FEE!!!! It's too bad really cuz the place was located close to the sequoias and the river and had a quaint feel if u could overlook dirty looking sheets, dead bugs in spider webs indoors and dust bunnies!!!
Great location to the park, unless you want to camp you can't get closer. Fun atmosphere next to lake. Just remember you are in the mountains and you are paying for location. It's a great wilderness experience without the tent and all the work. Air conditioning worked great and it was 100 degrees so we enjoyed that. I would stay again.
while I get remote location I think alittle attention to detail would help, new shower curtain, baking soda in the fridge and freezer would elminate ordor. Beds in the loft up stairs, no bed frames and only 2 had box springs the other was just a mattress. I think part of the issue could be ceiling height, but the beds weren't made when we got there and for $250 a night they should have been and all on some kind of base.
it was dirty on arrival, next to the highway, terrible place. Don't book here! It's shabby and way overprized.
I enjoyed my stayed.
It was right on the river on the way into Sequoia Ntl. Park, only a short drive into the park, and a pleasant place to sit outside
There was no silverware and no soap or shampoo. No real kitchen, a microwave and a small bamboo table with 2 elevated chairs. Just one room with a bed and a bathroom. But a nice location if you are prepared to sorta camp, and a good Mexican restaurant Casa Mendoza down the road.
Absolutely loved it there. Would suggest it to anyone staying in the area. Very beautiful and peaceful. Very clean. Nice facilities. There are services close by for food and a restaurant and gas station.
The A/C worked well and the river was beautiful.
The highway that the cabin sits off of by 30 feet is very noisy so the river we thought was so beautiful could not be enjoyed. My husband and I wanted to get away and enjoy nature. It was impossible with these accommodations. The cabin itself is cleaned by previous tenants and was filthy, which based on the information I read it sounded like it was maintained as any other hotel would be. Burnt bread was left in the toaster, food stains were all over the kitchen walls, the floors were sticky and the bed sheets had dirt on them.
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