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Alderbrook Manor Bed & Breakfast

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Reviewed 9 August 2016

We recently stayed two nights at the Alderbrook while our daughter was at Kidder Creek. We absolutely LOVED it! Vicky and Dave are great company and I felt like I was at home from the minute we arrived until the minute we left. The breakfast was served out on their beautiful porch and was delicious both days. A really fun...

1Thank Dorothy H
Reviewed 2 July 2015

My wife and I recently spent four nights at Alderbrook while visiting our daughter at a nearby camp. Everything about our stay was perfect. The house itself is a gem. It is such a nice place, with a wonderful yard and gardens. The porch area is a great setting for breakfast in the morning, and equally for a visit over...

1Thank RVBama
Charleston, West Virginia
Reviewed 29 October 2014

We made a reservation at the Alderbrook Manor in the tiny town of Etna,CA. We picked it because it was nearly equidistant between Portland, OR and San Francisco, two points in our itinerary. This is a lovely restored old home (built in the 1870's) with spacious bedrooms and comfortable beds (at least ours was). Over a glass of wine, Vicky...

2Thank SusanW7982
Los Altos, California
Reviewed 27 September 2013

We recently spent four nights at Alderbrook Manor. The owners Dave and Vicki welcomed us warmly and made our visit very special. Firstly, they accommodated our special breakfast needs without a fuss - something we greatly appreciated. Every late afternoon of our stay, they offered us a complimentary glass of wine served on the patio usually in their company -...

2Thank AliceY114
Atlanta, Georgia
Reviewed 12 September 2013

I spent two weeks in Etna for work and had the pleasure of staying with Dave and Vicki at what's now my home away from home. Their wonderfully warm and welcoming B&B is so charming, with nicely decorated rooms and an amazing breakfast that never disappoints. And wine on the outdoor deck - perfect. But the true gem of this...

Thank westcoastjoe654
Glen Ellen, California
Reviewed 5 September 2013

4 of us spent a night (2 rooms) at the Alderbrook B&B in Etna prior to going to Ashland OR for some theatre. What a wonderful evening and morning. The room we had was very nice (the walls are a bit thin, minor complaint). Comfortable bed for sure. The highlights: "wine on the porch" with Dave (co-owner) when we arrived....

1Thank valleyofthemoon123
Reviewed 8 August 2013

The Alderbrook is very comfy, (and dog friendly) Vicki and Dave are perfect hosts, they give you some space but also make sure you have everything you need. The Beds were great, the rooms are big! The AC worked great, shower was great. Breakfast was crazy good! We did a big 100 bicycle ride, we left from the Alderbrook, then...

Thank nvmtbkr
Redding, California
Reviewed 12 July 2013

The Alderbrook is a storyland type of place. The deck and garden area are so comfortable and beautiful you don't want to get up. The breakfast was one of the most delicious I have ever had anywhere. Vicky puts her heart and soul into cooking for guests - warning: stay out of her kitchen! Just kidding, but she is a...

1Thank Mi S
Newport Beach, California
Reviewed 18 June 2013

I got home today and am already thinking of my return trip to Etna and Alderbrook Manor. Vicki and Dave are welcoming and very helpful. The food is great. Etna is the gateway to the Marble Mountains with some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. You might think you've moved back in time almost a hundred years when...

Thank Meryl K
Port Barrington, IL
Reviewed 12 November 2012

We stayed at Alderbrook Manor this last weekend (Nov 10), had an extremely nice experience. The B&B is an old building that is very well maintained and has a lot of character. The rooms were spacious and very comfortable. Vicky and David were geat hosts, and Vicky made a great breakfast for us this morning. We'll definitely stay there again...

2Thank Perky1144

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Additional Information about Alderbrook Manor Bed & Breakfast

Address: 836 Sawyers Bar Road, Etna, CA 96027
Region: United States > California > Etna
Price Range: $60 - $94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
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“There are both private bath and shared bath rooms.”
DorothyH186, 9 Aug 2016 | Read review
“There are two rooms with a private bath and two rooms with a shared bath. If no one else is in the other shared bath room you can save a little money. They also have a small building with hostel type accommodations for a large family or if you are hiking through on the PCT.”
mis171, 11 Jul 2013 | Read review
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