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Woodland Villa Country Cabins
Elizabeth B from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 10, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
My husband and I enjoyed two nights in cabin #11. It was exactly the experience I was looking forward to. The cabin was as described, clean and among the miraculous giant redwoods. Folks, if your looking for 5 star modern accommodations this is not the place for you. To be honest, this area isn’t for you. The beauty and charm of Klamath is in what hasn’t been built, what hasn’t been tainted. If you want more of a Disneyland experience where things look different, but are all carefully choreographed behind the scenes, most of CA can accommodate you. If you truly want to be surrounded by authentic people, history and unspoiled beauty Klamath and the Woodland Villas are the perfect place to lay your head.
Catherine G from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 26, 2019 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019 Rating: 1
No Disabled Cabins
This is yet another facility that is not equipped to handle wheelchairs. President Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act 20 years ago, yet most establishments are not ADA compliant. The desk clerk said all the cabins have steps. We were not able to visit because of that.
Published Date: Jul, 19, 2019 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019 Rating: 2
Not a great experience
We were in Cabin #3. Listed as a 2 bedroom, which is true it does have 2 beds. One in a room without a door with barely room to walk sideways along the bed. The other is the room you enter from the front door. A little more space by the bed but only because one side is against the wall and the other has room for the bathroom door to open. Normally, the space issue wouldn't bother me since we really didn't need the second bed- only 2 of us staying in the room, but there was no place to sit except on the bed. It had a nice new TV, microwave, and coffee pot in this same room. The refrigerator was the very small half size mini fridge. Not much room when traveling and needing to keep things cold.
If you do need that second bed, just know there is no room for you to watch TV except from the one bed-no TV in the second room. I can't imagine what it would be like for more than 2 people. The floors in both the entry room and bathroom were dirty. The bed was ok and sheets were clean as were the towels. The blanket covering the beds has seen better days.
There was non-stop traffic on the road all night. Of course, this is not the fault of Woodland- but if quiet is important to you - you won't find it here.
We had stayed here years ago and remember it quite differently. The cabin we stayed in then was simple, but clean and more spacious.
We visit the Redwoods frequently, but this will not be on my list of places to stop. It is really a shame, it could be nice with some TLC.
Islanderabroad from: Nanaimo, Canada
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 17, 2019 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Short stay but wonderful
My husband and I were driving down the coast from Canada.
We were last minute looking for accommodations, we didn’t know how far along we would get in the day, we stumbled across Woodland Villa Cabins.
We are so glad we did.
These cabins are well appointed and priced very well.
Very clean, and comfortable.
The charm of the accommodations are that they are rustic, rustic in that, the cabin we stayed in was small, but very well appointed, cozy and romantic, set back into the trees. Quaint is a better word to describe these lovely appointed cabins.
The bed was so comfortable, pillows to and the linens were very comfortable and clean.
I am fussy about cleanliness, I had no issues, it’s very clean.
Hot water, comfortable bed, welcoming thoughtful service.
We highly recommend this quaint cabin experience.
The food at the restaurant is delicious.
We were surprised at how busy it got, definitely a local favourite, we can see why.
The staff are all amazing at accommodating to ensure you are happy.
We will definitely be back on our way home next week.
We are really looking forward to it.
travelingquilter from: california
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 7, 2019 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
run down cabins
from the pictures it looks cute, sadly it seems like its getting run down and not cared for. we had "cabin" #7, which was a double wide trailer, not a cabin, which was a big disappointment!
our "cabin" looked like it had not been cleaned, which we found out later from the owner that they had a new cleaning person, and that they we not doing a good job.
dirty dished in the sink and food was left in the oven on a cookie tray....
the bedroom was small but adequate , the other bed and 2 futons were in the living area, the bathroom was tiny and you could barely sit on the toilet cause the sink was sticking out beyond your legs, the tub was an old claw foot that had a rigged up a shower into it.
the kitchen was small and only had a small dorm style fridge, so we got ice and used our cooler.
the highlight of the place was the guys working the store were super friendly and helpful.
the cabins are also right along the highway so its always loud and a bit dangerous if you have kids.
this place could be really cute with a lot of TLC.
if this was a chain i would have asked for a refund!!
its way over priced for what you get, stay else where!
- Value: 1
- Cleanliness: 2
- Service: 3