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Inn at 2nd & C

139 2nd St, Eureka, CA 95501-0317
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#6 of 21 hotels in Eureka
Overlooking Humboldt Bay in the Historic District of Eureka, California, our newly updated, family owned and operated boutique Inn is housed in the elegant and intriguing Historic Eagle House Victorian (est. 1888). Once inside, you will be welcomed with a friendly smile and enchanted by the Old World feel. Our twenty-three unique and immaculately dressed guests rooms provide all you need for a restful and relaxing get away. Dine in our hotel library bar, Phatsy Kline's Parlor Lounge, located right downstairs off of our grand theater ballroom! Phatsy's offers brunch, lunch, tapas style dinners, and delicious desserts. Specializing in craft cocktails, local wines, beers and ciders as well as a fine selection of organic coffee and tea. Phatsy’s takes pride in sharing a menu that is house made, market fresh, locally sourced and organic whenever possible. The Historic Eagle House is just a minutes stroll to local shops & decadent restaurants and just a few minutes drive to the Redwood forests and the Pacific Ocean!
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Non-smoking hotel
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Globespinnerfamily wrote a review Apr 2021
Lake San Marcos, California53 contributions21 helpful votes
After reading the reviews, you would have thought all the reviewers had stayed in different hotels. "20 foot ceilings in the room", "high end products in the bathrooms", ??? I think not. BUT--yes, it is a historic hotel and with that comes some quirks. You will know when someone is staying on the same level as you are (you will hear the footsteps all the way down the hall). The rooms can be big, ours was, and yet the bathrooms can be very small. The beds are very comfortable, and the linens were perfect for a weekend in Eureka. The shower was fine, and there was adequate hot water. The staff were friendly, and yet, elusive, and at times very hard to find. There were few people staying in the hotel when we were there, so it was obvious as the weekend approached and you clearly heard how noisy the hotel can be when full. But we enjoyed our stay, even if there was a Rescue Mission across the street and the interesting noises that can produce late in the day and early in the morning. The hotel is still trying to find its footing after COVID, and as things open up it will come to life a bit more. We would stay here again, as there are no upscale chain hotels in the area, and faced with a choice between a motor lodge or this hotel, we will choose this one. Embrace the charm, and you will have fun.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Navigate262688 wrote a review Apr 2021
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Great place to stay. The staff is very friendly and the rooms are beyond beautiful. The style and history is one of kind experience. Definitely recommend to anyone looking for a place to stay in Eureka.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
CAfoodandwinelover wrote a review Apr 2021
Tracy, California176 contributions91 helpful votes
My daughter and I stayed 3 days in this historic Victorian in Old Town. We had a huge double queen room with 20 foot ceilings, period appropriate decor and genuine antique furniture. I have to admit that upon our arrival, the interiors and hallways felt a little haunted house, but we came to love the quirky character of the place over our stay. The beds, linens and pillows were supremely comfortable and the bathroom was spotlessly clean. The hotel is within walking distance of the waterfront, stores and plenty of dining choices. The only reason I did not give 5 stars is that because of the age of the building, the windows in our room would not close properly and there was some street noise. Also the front desk is only staffed for limited hours. However the staff was really nice and every request we had from extra towels to ice was seen to immediately. I would stay here again if I was visiting the area. Side note, Los Bagels and The Green Lily are awesome for breakfast.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
H. Smith wrote a review Apr 2021
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I have worked a few catering events here and been to this venue for a few other projects, all I have to say is it is a beautiful place with a great atmosphere and a wonderful-friendly team. They are always super helpful and we’re able to answer any questions I needed.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled on business
Wandergirl wrote a review Mar 2021
San Francisco, California1 contribution
What a cool historic building renovated to showcase a hip and chic vibe. We chose this hotel because it's locally owned and right across from the bay. Our room had some of the most incredible pieces of antique furniture I've ever seen and the bed and pillows were the comfiest of any hotel I've stayed in. I loved the high end bath products and that they weren't in little throw away containers. You could tell the owners pay close attention to little details, making this place a great boutique Inn to check out when traveling up or down the coast. We ate at the hotel's own restaurant called Phatsy Kline's and we were so glad that we did. The food and drinks were some of the best we've had on our trip! We enjoyed our meal in their huge and beautifully decorated ballroom and felt like we had teleported back in time. The Inn is in walking distance to lots of shops and other restaurants in old town but honestly, you could stay inside this building and have everything you need for a great and "wow" experience!
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Date of stay: March 2021
$168 - $233 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Eagle House Victorian Inn
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Frequently Asked Questions about Inn at 2nd & C
Which popular attractions are close to Inn at 2nd & C?
Nearby attractions include Old Town Eureka (0.2 miles), Clarke Historical Museum (0.1 miles), and Humboldt Bay Coffee Company (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Inn at 2nd & C?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Inn at 2nd & C?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Inn at 2nd & C?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Inn at 2nd & C?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sea Grill, Lost Coast Brewery & Cafe, and Los Bagels - Eureka.
Is Inn at 2nd & C located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the center of Eureka.
Does Inn at 2nd & C offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Does Inn at 2nd & C have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.