It is dirty, old and neglected. The glass in the "patio" doors
was filthy. The room was very tired, the furniture came out of the ark,
it was dusty, cobwebs, the bed cover was very old and worn, the
furniture was dirty and worn out, old tv, grubby bathroom, dirty coffee
maker. The first page in the "welcome" folder was a list of
charges that would be made for each item you may feel like stealing ...
so the welcome is to call guests thieves. No hair dryer ... could borrow
one from reception, but bad luck if you want it after 7.30pm or before
9am as no-ne there then. A/c was ancient, noisy and too close to the
bed, (it could be operated while lying down) impossible to sleep next
to. The pool area and furniture needed a good scrub. We had the room for
2 nights but it was not cleaned for second night, so bed was not made,
towels not changed, bathroom not wiped over or rubbish removed ... so we
had an ant invasion. Breakfast was pathetic ... weak, luke warm coffee,
slices of orange and a pastry. I will say the sheets and towels were
This place gets the one point purely because it is close to Sequoia. I
can see why the place charges in full on booking and no refund ... if we
hadn't pre-paid we would have left. Only redeeming point is it's
closeness to the Sequoia National Park.
It is at best a 2 star and definitely over-priced. Could be nice with a bit of time and money invested ... shame.