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Patrick Creek Lodge and Historical Inn

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Reviewed 12 September 2016

Stay here every time I'm in the area; Most recently Sept 3, 2016. The lodge is rustic, cozy and nestled on a creek. The restaurant and bar are warm and inviting with plenty of windows to take advantage of the scenery. Had a New York...More

Thank Jesse J
Reviewed 17 August 2016

We were driving by and thought the place looked very rustic and charming, so we turned around and ate breakfast there. The lobby was very inspiring. Made me think of the movie, "The Great Outdoors", with John Candy & Dan Aykroyd. The bar area was...More

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Reviewed 14 August 2016

Patrick Creek Lodge was built in 1927. Some additions have been made, but the feeling has been maintained. The food was adequate, though I could use earlier coffee (7:30 is a bit late for me). The folks were nice and the location is very pretty....More

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Reviewed 15 July 2016

We didn't stay at the lodge, but had dinner & breakfast in the restaurant. The food is wonderful, wait staff is friendly and accommodating. The ambience is quiet and restful, surrounded by trees and with a creek that runs along the property. If you have...More

Thank Joann V
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

Worst place ever. The "old" stench is overpowering, rivaled only by the dollar store potpourri used to try to disguise it. Straight outta "hotel California", floors creak and lean, velvet Elvis type artwork, pink stinky carpet, faux wood paneling,1970s faded bed linens and rough dingy...More

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"Right in the California Redwoods. All rooms are great."
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"ask for the newest bed."
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"Didn't stay. There is a pool outside. Try for a view of the river, if possible."
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"Cabin is very secluded, King room outside of lodge has own bathroom"
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