Our trip arose out of an impulse to visit Sequoia National Park , a favorite place of my parents when my sister and I were children. Mother, now 94, was eager to see again the redwood trees and our old camping sites. Real disappointment was felt by all of us when we learned that my sister's beloved 'gentleman' poodle would disallow our staying in the park. Great relief followed when I discovered The Sequoia Village Inn on the internet, a place that allowed guest dogs. Even more delight was experienced when we actually moved into our redwood cabin with kitchen and large deck where we spent most of our time when at 'home.' The charm and cleanliness of our cabin and the attractiveness of the mountain setting added to our enjoyment and caused us to spend more time 'at home' than is usually the case. The owners, Dennis and Stacy Villavicencio purchased the property which includes several lovely hillside cottages and pool a couple of years ago. Their careful and loving efforts to create a human and pet friendly environment
won ours and our neighbors affirmations throughout our stay.
We would heartily recommend this place to anyone with or without pets, and we hope to return in the spring.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sequoia Village Inn consists of 10 chalets and cabins that each sleep from 2 to 12 people. The Inn borders and is located at the entrance to Sequoia National Park. The Sequoia Village Inn's accommodations make short or long term stays at Sequoia unforgettable. 8 Of 10 of the chalets and cabins feature full kitchens and all 10 have at least a microwave, refrigerator, bbq, coffeemaker with fresh beans and a grinder. Some of our cabins are small and basic, others are spacious and upscale and with up to 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Each chalet or cabin features at least a 32" or larger HDTV with Dish satellite, all ESPN channels, and Sirius music channels. We have an exercise room for adults with a children's climbing dome, sandbox and play area immediately outside and in view. We also recently acquired additional riverfront property giving our guests multiple places to swim, fish, play, explore or relax on the Kaweah River. We believe in old fashioned, friendly customer service and are happy to help plan your trip to Sequoia National Park and the Three Rivers area including where to hike (and when), where to eat, what to see and how to get there. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sequoia Village Hotel Three Rivers