My fiance and I stayed here in summer 2012 during our trip of California.
We chose the place for hiking Sequoia and Kings Canyon.
We had the most wonderful stay here. The Bellevue Guest House is located in the hills of Three Rivers, a few hundred meters from the main street and thus a quiet, secluded place that you have all to yourself. If you stay there you will be the only ones staying there at that time since there are only two rooms available. The are both located in the upper part of the house so that you can be alnoe if you want to. Close to the rooms there is a large bath room and you have places to sit, relax and read a book.
If you go downstairs you have the main living room with a large kitchen and a wonderful patio with the most beatiful view you can imagine of Sequoia National Park and the mountains surrounding Three Rivers. That's also the place whereyou will usually have your breakfast, see the pictures attached to this review. Breakfast is really great, very light and tasty. If you have any wishes the owners, Eva and Ozzy, will try their best to fulfill them, We strongly recommend having the cup cakes / muffins. They are AWESOME!
This is not just a B&B but a truely private, serene place to stay. If you like large, anonymous hotels don't go here. But if you like places that are special and can tell a story Bellevue Guesthouse is for you. The whole house is filled with items Ozzy and Eva have collected over the years and all of them tell a story that the owners will be happy to share. You can also just sit outside, enjoy the view and watch the humming birds which frequently visit the house.
The rooms and beds are really nice. We are light sleepers and had no problems falling asleep quickly - however, be aware that almost everywhere in Three Rivers you will hear the river. We went hiking every day and got all the information we needed. When we visited therewas road work on the way to Sequoia and Eva told us exactly when to drive there to avoid long waiting times, We got all the infromation we needed, including hiking maps and guide books.
The two days we stayed at Bellevue Guesthouse were truely wonderful and we will surely return next time. Thank you, Eva and Ozzy, for a wonderful stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Secluded and romantic mountain property on 5 wooded acres, at the end of a private road, about 2.5 miles from southern entrance of Sequoia National Park. Featuring: Total of 2 bedrooms and one studio with a futon for max. 6 persons. One full bath with comb. tub/shower. The guest rooms are located in the upper level of the house. To keep the place quiet and private for our guests, we do host only one party at the same time - no sharing bathroom with others. Available also a large wooden deck with breathtaking mountain and river views and several outdoor seating areas.An outdoor Jacuzzi and an outdoor Sauna are also available for guests, at an additional fee.Limited free wireless internet is available at request.Children older than 10 years of age are welcome. ... more less
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