We had the chance to spend three nights with Sharon and her “family,” and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The cabin was small, but more than adequate for our needs, with a nice set of amenities (coffee pot, microwave, refrigerator, Wi-Fi, etc.). We also took the opportunity to eat dinner there all three nights. We sampled four entries and a pizza, and enjoyed them all. The menu says they only make one dessert, but they do it very well. I agree–it was among the best I’ve ever had, and I’ve sampled that particular dessert all over the world for many years!
The cabins are handily located between the two major sections of the Redwoods National Park and its associated state parks. Sharon gave us several suggestions on what to see in the park that made our visit even better than we envisioned when we planned it.
- 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