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Woodland Villa Country Cabins
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 78 reviews
"Rustic" cabins with missing basics, false advertisement.
User: AshisK1 from: Lynnwood, Washington
Published Date: Oct, 20, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
Wouldn't give even one star but that's the minimum option available here. Woodland Villa cabins advertised as "rustic" 40's cabins on Hwy 101 in Klamath, CA. We paid about $115/night (cabin #16) for a 3 night's stay and the cabin was missing very basic amenities which you should expect from a "rustic" cabin stay.We don't expect "new condo look" from the cabins and we normally stay cabins only in our vacations (so we are not that dummies to understand how a old rustic cabins would be) but the amount of money its charging with the basics missing you would probably want to try some inns/hotels/motels. We have stayed in many cabins in our vacation times and prefer staying in cabins than hotels & inn, but this was our poorest experience so far. Some of the notable things are : 1. A 3/4th of kitchen paper towel was in the cabin for a 3 nights stay and owner will expect you to keep the kitchen tidy with "no stained towels". So you buy your own cleaning supplies. 2. Only 3 coffee pouch were supplied in the cabins, We guess that's for 3 mornings? If we do the count right we would put at least some sufficient amount of coffee pouches (at least 6 for 2 people we guess?)as a basic courtesy to the travelers.So you buy coffee as you always do. 3. On the 2nd night we lost our power in the cabin (breaker tripped off) when we tried to warm some foods with the supplied single burner around 8:00 PM in the night. Tried to find some emergency number in the cabin on the notes and there is none. No emergency number to contact if something happens. One of the "Rustic" feature.Luckily found the breaker box on the back of the cabin and got our power back on. On the email sent from the reservation it says there is night manager in this location but there is no sign or guide how to reach out to the night manager , "rustic" feature. 4. The website advertise "WiFi In Every Cabin" which you would probably prefer since this location does not have any cell service at least ours didn't. After we reach to the cabin the note in the cabin says WiFi is in market and the restaurant and if you see the network on your device the password is "*****". Expect not to see there WiFi network on your device since you are not staying in the market/restaurant. We just couldn't get it that how hard is to extend the Wifi to the rustic cabins. We wont mind at all not having cell service or WiFi in remote, but a false advertisement is a no-go and this place is not that off a remote place and Wifi is kept only available with the market & restaurant !! 5. Owners could easily placed some board games in the cabins if you don't like to watch TVs. Never stayed in a cabin before where you don't see some board games in cabins. One of the missing "rustic" features. 6. If you see other tripadvisor review replies, owner will say that you can contact the manager in the market/restaurant if you need anything, but if you are staying out of the cabin in morning and coming back after 6 in the evening forget that too since they close by 6 in the evening and nobody to contact after that.No guide how to reach reach night manager or any emergency numbers. We were supposed to leave our cabin in Saturday morning and drive back to Seattle, we decided to leave on Friday night and drive rather than staying another night in our "rustic" cabin. You would want to check the nearby inns/motels/hotels after reading the reviews and before paying this much money to this place.
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Comfy cabins
User: Marlie R from: Coquitlam, Canada
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 6, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
These were super cozy. They were bigger than they looked in the pictures. They also had 2 cats that roamed around and were very friendly. Check in was easy and it was nice to have our own space. I would recommend it.

More than meets the eye
User: Darukie from: Ocean City, Maryland
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 6, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Don’t drive by this roadside motel. I expected a KOA type cabin and a shower house. Nope. Great little studio and 3/4 bath. Staff at the convenience store front were polite. Had all of the essentials there for us. Guest leaving spoke highly of the restaurant.

Recapturing memories
User: 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.

No Disabled Cabins
User: Catherine G from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 26, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
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.

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