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43175 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, CA 93271 – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Outdoor Pool
Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Library
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Tour Desk, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night for extra beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 15 per night in an extra bed.
Free! One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
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 not allowed.
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Situated on Highway 198, and only seconds from the Sequoia National Park in Three Rivers, California, this hotel offers a variety of modern amenities and facilities, in an beautiful natural...
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Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub, this Lemon Cove, “Gone with the Wind” themed B&B offers free breakfast. Plush bathrobes and free Wi-Fi are provided in rooms. Lake Kaweah is 6 km away.
Score from 69 reviews Excellent
It's not a 5 star luxury hotel but for our first night in CA awaking to find a mountain view in a very quaint motel from my bed was breathtaking!! The layout, location, view, outdoor patio, and outdoor pool with the mountain backdrop will forever be a treasured memory!
That our trip only allowed us one night there!!
The staff was very helpful.
Convenient to Sequoia NP. While decor a bit old and sometimes eccentric, we were there for the park so that didn't matter.
Not much to the free breakfast - but there is a good breakfast place (we three bakery) just up the road
Simple, fast, quiet, friendly staff.
Maybe a bit expensive, but within envelope for the region. The core of the Sequoia park is 1h drive from the lodge.
Although the rooms are rather small, i immediately perceived them as very cozy; and they were for the whole night. In the morning, I could enjoy a beautiful atmosphere from the balcony. Awesome! The breakfast is simple, but at least they offer something (oat cereals, sliced oranges, coffee, pastry, and sweets), which others don't. Wifi was OK, and you get a free parking lot.
staff was friendly and helpful
nothing really was wrong, I just guess there better places for this price
Room very small. Air conditioning very noisy
Location can not be beat. The place is slightly run-down BUT still very quaint. I highly recommend the place.
location (close to entrance of Sequoia National Park)
Breakfast: very scarce
Proximity to the National Park.
The hotel is very old and run down. Bathroom was dirty, towels and linen old.
Location. The night man was friendly, at least for the 5 mins that we interacted.
Old, poorly maintained, they didn't have the room that I reserved. Office closes at 9pm and opens at 8am. Free breakfast, I didn't see it, but they said that it was a pastry.
Location to national park. Handy car parking
We didnt like the signs warning of fees/fines if the fire was used,items were taken from the room or anything other than toilet waste was flushed or the sanction if your car wasn't in the right space. This could have been done with more tact and sensitivity Also the bathroom floor was dirty Compared with other hotels of a similar size not good value.
The location near the park and the staff were very friendly.
The wi-fi was not very good. The breakfast options were poor.
Very close to the park. The room was a little odd - sliding glass doors for an entrance, but it was very clean. Mountain atmosphere. Overall, very satisfactory.
A little pricey. Complimentary breakfast was poor.
Friendly staff, helpful. Facilities were what we needed.
I don't know. I'll have to think on that one.
Quiet, spacious room
Carpet was dirty
Room walls are made out of cartoon and you can hear everything including neighbours walking bare feeted.Absolutely disgraceful room,breakfast NOT includin even some cold milk,night personnel whoi doesn't even know the surroundings to give you indications to reach the site,pool water looking greener that grass and horrible quality/money ratio,charging $170 per night for a room worth less than half!
I have two young kids (3 and 6 years old respectively). I got a big baggage for our family. I told the receptionist, I need a room where is on the ground floor as we have two kids and a big baggage. The receptionist refused to arrange according to our request. He arranged a room where is on the upper floor with staircase. We noticed there were some empty room on the ground floor as there wasn't any car parked in front, and the hotel was not full. We were unpleasant for such inflexible customer services. We would not come again. And we would not recommend to any friends of us.
All is in top. The hot tub is wonderfull and so is the restautant.
We would like a cooler.
Very close to the park entrance.
Not clean, room too close to road. ( seems like the cars are driving into your room). A/C loud. Breakfast poor.
We stayed here twice within a week. Lovely deep pool, each room is a little different which is nice. Books available to read. We would happily stay here again.
Location, was close to restaurants and to sequoia national Forrest, was quiet. Continental breakfast, assigned parking, had pool.nothing fancy.
Wifi was terrible. was by the pool and at best would get 1 bar ever. Furniture was way outdated. Cob webs in corners of room.
Most of all I liked the location. (The hotel is situated very close to the southern entrance of the Sequoia National Park.)
(1) No complaint system. The morning of checkout I expressed to the front desk personnel how it was extremely bothersome to return to the hotel the night before (~10:30 p.m.) and not having my designated parking spot due to the staff's having given it away unbeknownst to me and never telling me and never assigning me another one. The front desk personnel responded, "Why are you telling me this?" After being directed to the owner, who was on site, I spoke with said owner and immediately got an invective, hostile and aggressive man who was not in the slightest bit able to listen and was completely not in control of himself, and all the while in front of my 5-yr-old daughter that he made her cry out of concern for me. (2) Unprofessional Staff. On my second and last night at the hotel the front desk personnel gave my designated parking spot to someone else. When I arrived to the hotel at 10:30 p.m. it took the front desk 45 minutes to find me another parking spot. To boot, the front desk attendant first lied to me, telling me that whomever parked in my spot had done so without the hotel's permission. The following morning when I reported the dishonesty as well as my having had to wait 45 minutes for a parking spot the hotel's owner never takes this complaint and among many invective words he also used he tells me, "You'll park where I goddam tell you to park or I will call the police and have you removed from the property." Never had I ever parked in a place other than where I was told to park. I had never not followed the rules; only the hotel had been unprofessional and inconsiderate towards a guest at their hotel. . . . for no apparent reason, just because they seem to not be the brightest people and are incapable of understanding the ramifications for things that they do and then empathizing with people.
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