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We decided to stay at the Scotia Inn instead going further to Fortuna. The inn has so much old world charm and elegance. The room was large, very clean and the antiques throughout the hotel and in the rooms add to the charm. The bed...More
We come up the coast to see the redwoods and experience the beautiful beaches every other year or so. We always stay at the Scotia Inn for a night. Not the Ritz Carlton, a W hotel or a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property....More
In the heart of Scotia, once upon a time a thriving lumber / logging hub, the Inn has a nice pub and a mexican restaurant.
Wooden floors throughout and the lobby are magnificent.
However, the old carpet and the furniture in the room are outdated....More
We stayed here after a day of driving and leisurely exploring the Avenue of the Giants. We had considered staying in Eureka, but I'm glad we stayed here instead.
Based on the reviews, I expected shabby carpet and chipped plaster. Obviously, the place is charming...More
We stayed at the Scotia for one night, as a stopover on our way south. As an old inn you'd expect a few problems. It has the potential to be absolutely stunning, but the inn is a little dilapidated. Our room was clean and the...More
USD 95 - USD 160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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