My place is close to Redwood Forest. You’ll love my place because of the fact that it is a cozy cabin in the Heart of the Redwood Forest where the Klamath River meets the Pacific Ocean. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).
We are 60 miles North of Eureka, CA and 45 miles South of the Oregon border. Almost dead center between San Francisco and Portland. My Cabins are clean, cozy & comfy. I strive to make my guests to feel at home.
At Woodland Villa I also have a market and restaurant on the premises. I like to cook for my restaurant guests like I would cook for them at my home. I serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. I also have 8 local microbrews on draft and wine by the glass.
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If you come into the market/restaurant you will usually find me and the incredible people that help me make Woodland Villa the place it is. We are all very people oriented here, and enjoy suggesting ways to may your stay more enjoyable with our unique take of things for you to see and do!
There is a Transient Occupancy Tax of $5.60 (8%) on this Cabin per night.
Pet Fee. We have a 1 time pet fee of $20 for 1 dog and $30 for 2 dogs. We allow a maximum of 2 dogs.
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I am originally a LA girl, born and raised, who never thought I would live anywhere else. However, never say NEVER! I have been in Klamath for the past 16 years since I came up here and fell in love with it. It truly speaks to my soul. I have approximately 8 acres here and feel like I have been entrusted with the stewardship of this property (who could possibly "own" a Redwood?) I love people and love to cook, so I have the best of both worlds by having a small market and restaurant ("A Good Place to Eat") on the property. The name of the restaurant is my homage to Abbott and Costello's "Who's On First?"...Yes, I'm that old! The restaurant allows me to share two of my passions, people and cooking! I call it speed-dating with friends. The way I see it is that my "job" is to be part of your memories. As I get older, I realize that life isn't about your "stuff", it's all about the "remember whens?". And, if one of those memories includes me and Woodland Villa, I'll consider that a job well done.