My wife and I were wanting to stay at places that were not in the cities during our road-trip around Southern California. In April we virtually had the place to ourselves. Friendly Chuck and his dog were waiting when we arrived with four sets of keys and asked us to look in each room and decide which one took our fancy. Each room has a theme; pirate ship, hunting, (lots ) . We chose #27 right at the end. All done out in victorian style with huge bed that had a step to use to climb up on to it. The room was large and with a kitchen with good facilities. Bathroom and shower were good.
It was very quiet and peaceful with just the river for company, but I could imagine that in the summer season this place would be full of adventureous people and familes taking advantage of the Kern river.
Chuck gave me lots of his time to tell about the history of the area ane was very friendly.
The small town of Kernville was about 10mins away with a few shops and eating places.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are located along the Kern River. Instead of one building containing all of our rooms we have separate duplex cottages with fireplaces, arranged over 12 acres. Each room has it's own kitchen, TV, and wi-fi. Outside each room has it's own brick barbeque and picnic table. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Falling Waters River Hotel Kernville