We had expected the cabins to be in Redwood National Park, not on Highway 101. I consider it false advertising as I found the place through a site called National Park Reservations, and their page begins with "Woodland Villa Country Cabins are a smart option for your stay in Redwood National Park. These comfortable and cozy cabins are nestled in old growth redwood, Douglas fir, red alder, sitka spruce and other lush and thriving big trees that the area is famous for." No mention of Highway 101. We heard traffic all night. The WIFI was not available as advertised in our cabin. Plus they require TWO WEEKS to cancel, so we had no choice but to stay there or lose 2 nights. Overpriced too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Woodland Villa is a destination vacation spot where the "Pacific Ocean and the Klamath River meet in the beautiful Redwood Forest". We are open year round and have 12 individual Cabins ranging from a one room with bathroom/shower that sleeps 2 people, all the way up to a Cabin with a private bedroom, full kitchen and bathroom with twin sinks and clawfoot tub and shower that will sleep up to 8 people. We also have a Restaurant/Deli on the premises that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with pizza, 8 local microbrews on draft and wine by the glass. We have a small market where you can pick up food, snacks, beer, wine, liquor, etc. We are located 1/2 mile South of Trees of Mystery and 5 miles North of the Klamath River Bridge. ... more less