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So very quaint, and interesting little town, the old hotel is like stepping back in time.
The hotel is very clean and staff very helpful and friendly. The rooms are all decorated and furnished in Victorian style. The restaurant was closed so staff suggested a...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the two nights we spent in Scotia during our honeymoon trip to California. We were warmly welcomed and even advised to treat the place as our own "mini-mansion" as there was only one other room occupied. :)
The room we had was...More
Checked in at the bar and had dinner and drinks, huge room. Seemed like a dorm room but very cool experience staying there. Nice tv, clean hotel, breakfast upstairs and friendly service. Would recommend at least a stay of a night
My wife and I stopped by the lumber town of Scotia and found this wonderful 1920"s hotel called the Scotia Inn. We loved the look of this hotel, with pretty grounds and a very friendly staff. We asked to see a room and were given...More
Great place to stay. Quiet, comfortable and historical. Perfect spot to launch to the Avenue of the Giants. Dinner in the pub with Lagunitas on tap made me very happy. Kid's menu a plus. Breakfast of fresh baked scones, coffee and fruit was just right...More
$95 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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