For starters, nothing about this place matched there Web description.
The grounds were very cluttered with debri and broken down furniture an
charcoal grills along with dog feces in front of our cabin steps. Once
inside to use the bathroom, noting dried fecal matter on the inner rim
of the toilet with a toilet that would not flush. Going to the sink to
wash my hands only to be overcome by the nasty odor coming from the
"chronic" black slime build up, around and in the sink drain.
Upon further inspection of this $330.00 per night cabin, the shower
drain and kitchen sink drain match the bathroom. But on the bright side,
there was a note in the kitchen telling you about the jug of water in
the refrigerator that you could use for consumption, which we did as we
brushed our teeth with it, outside! Speaking of outside, there were also
some suspicious drain pipes leading from the cabins toward the river. We
did immediately return to the office to discuss these issues, but we
were told since we booked through booking.com., We would need to address
these concerns with them. So, since we had no other available choices of
places to stay, we relunctantly returned to "dirty acres",
upon further inspection we noted the air conditioner running constantly
as the windows in the sitting area would not close (that's
efficient). Oh, don't forget the 3x4 private deck attached to the
cabin. Needless to say, after a short nights rest, and none of us
feeling the need to start the day with the "scented shower
water" we left immediately upon rising. I plan on sending photos to
the California Health Environment Office with these concerns. As far as
booking.com or the Sequoia Riverfront Cabin Owners addressing these
issues, you might as well forget it!!! It is all about the money, not
the health and welfare of the environment or people.
The only positive about this place, was the location.