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Conveniently located off Interstate Highway 5, this Cottonwood motel provides free Wi-Fi. A refrigerator and a microwave are included in each guest room. Tucker Oaks Golf Course is 7 miles away. Perfect location for needs. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool and serving a daily free hot breakfast, this hotel is 25 minutes’ drive from Shasta Lake. Free Wi-Fi is provided in each room. Really good breakfast, comfortable room sanitary bathroom. Extra pillows in closet would be nice though.
Featuring a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, this motel is 10 minutes’ drive from Win-River Casino. Free Wi-Fi is featured in all rooms. Truck and RV parking is provided on site. Parking felt safe and close to door. Huge room, big t.v. Tub and shower combo. Plenty hot water. Clean. Hardwood, no carpet. 60 bucks...i did not feel robbed. I got out a little after 11 and I didn't feel like maids were being pushy. Great stay. Comfy bed.
Conveniently located off Interstate 5, the Gaia Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member in Anderson, CA is adjacent to the Sacramento River, offering easy access to Shasta Outlets and Mt. Everything! Restaurant was exquisite, pool clean, grounds kept clean & walks are inviting.
Clean and Convenient is located in Anderson and offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a shared lounge. The home is exquisite and you're literally living in a quiet, high-end family home. The hosts are accommodating and so friendly, they are eager to ensure you're comfortable. Your living spaces are very private. The bed is memory foam and very comfortable. The living room area is equipped with a large TV, upgraded surround sound, pool table, large comfy sofa and plenty of blankets. You have a mini-fridge, Keurig coffee machine, dishes and silverware and microwave. They even have a sparkling clean pool that guests can use should you want to. There's everything you need for a quick stay over and more! I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again if I'm in the area.
Cottonwood provides a nice departure from the hustle and bustle of Redding. It's a small town with a small town personality. Its offerings for travelers is somewhat limited, especially during these times of COVID-19. We were interested in sampling a food truck that offers Mediterranean fare (yes, you read that correctly), however the two proprietors were not providing food at the time of our stay due to the second lockdown due to the pandemic. We'll catch them another time. I suppose we must add that the temperature in the Cottonwood - Redding area was in the triple digits. It hit 113 degrees as we drove southbound on I-5 returning from Lassen National Park at around 6pm. Clearly, this was an untypical day, though it often gets a bit warmer in the region than one experiences in the San Francisco Bay Area. We both like 'countrified' places, so Cottonwood suited us just fine.
The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. They had great communication and even went into the room before my arrival to turn the light and heater on for me. I found the mattress too springy and uncomfortable, but everything was clean and I would stay again. I would just bring a body pillow.
Perfect location for needs. Staff very friendly and helpful.