Rooms are big with exception of the bathroom. Excellent location next to a brewery and a pizza place. We stayed during The Fortuna Rodeo week so the place was booked which caused the parking to be over flowing. Hard to find parking if you cone back around 11pm or after. Other then that Def worth the money.
Traveller from oregon
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of River Lodge Conference Center and Fortuna Dog Park. Fortuna …More
Nice and clean and most staff was fine. Two of the housekeeping staff bordered on rude. Was trying to find a luggage cart and asked a girl if she had seen one in the corridor she had just walked up. She didn't even look at me as she walked by and just shook her head. Most were courteous and polite.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Blue Ox Millworks and Carson Mansion. Clarke …More
This hotel was an excellent choice. Clean rooms, knowledgeable staff. Outstanding Breakfast - eggs, pancakes, cold & hot cereal, juices, fruit, water, coffee and much more.
Within walking distance to shops and places to eat.
Highly recommend this hotel to anyone.
Located in the heart of Eureka, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Fort Humboldt State Historic Park and Bayshore Mall …More
We stayed 2 nights at Carter House and enjoyed the experience. The property is dated, but quite comfortable. Parking is pretty scarce. We parked on the street. The area is not wonderful. There are a lot of street people hanging around. However, that seems to be true of most of Old Town Eureka. They make the most of what they have to work with. The staff is great and the 301 Restaurant is very good. Breakfasts were good and the wine and appetizer happy hours were nice. If we should return to Eureka, we would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Surprise, AZ
Located in Old Town Eureka, this inn is within a 10-minute walk of Carson Mansion and Clarke Historical Museum. North Coast …More
The northern gateway to California's Lost Coast, this well-preserved Victorian village sits beside the Eel River amid the redwoods of Humboldt County. Featured in many movies, the entire town has been designated a historical landmark. Dunes and estuaries are just 5 miles away at Centerville Beach. Visit late May for the bizarre Kinetic Sculpture Race, considered the Triathlon of the Art World.