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We were here for only one night as we traveled up the Pacific Coast Highway and detoured inland for the redwood forests. We love places with character and this one did not disappoint. There was a very good Mexican restaurant where we had dinner on...More
What a regal and lovely architectural piece of 1920s charming eye candy this place is. Refreshing, relaxing and tranquil. The staff is friendly, the rooms are nice, clean and honey. Crisp clean linens, a footed tub large windows (no a/c). Period furnishings in the lobby...More
Back in my college days.....over three decades ago... I delivered electrical supplies to this mill town. A lot has changed since then but not the Scotia Inn. While the property has dated fixtures, bedding, towels, furnishings, etc. the old hotel is still grand and worth...More
This is a town I used to visit with my parents when the town and mill were in their heyday in the 1960's. First time we have ever stayed at the Inn. Built in the 1920's and not much has changed with the building since...More
Scotia for you people that don't know is one of the last company towns in America!
Owned originally by lumber barons. In earlier years people who lived here worked in the mill processing lumber. All homes were owned by the company. There was a movie...More
$95 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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