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Eagle House Inn: Victorian Inn

We reached Eureka and decided to sleep here for the night and get out of the rain. We started driving through town, pricing hotels and finally settled on the Eagle House Inn. The Innkeeper was closing the facility for the next few months the following morning so we ended up having the entire place to ourselves. The Victorian hotel has been beautifully restored, and I would love to return to see what else they are planning to do to it. Empty, spare for us, the property did have a slight "Shining" feel to it that only added to the charm. Our room was spacious and beautifully appointed and the Victorian charm added to the experience of staying in Downtown Eureka. Another plus is the hotel's proximity to the downtown area, walking distance from many shops, bars and restaurants.

Beautifully restored Victorian Inn. Sitting room, with morning coffee and juice, ballroom and turn-of-the-century appointed guest rooms.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Architecture
  • Written February 5, 2007
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