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Tom's Place Resort

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Vacaville, California
Reviewed 20 March 2017

I stayed here before and after a 6 day pack ride with Rock Creek Pack Station. The room was small, but clean. I would have liked A/C as it was a bit toasty, but open windows kept it cool enough. Clean linens were greatly appreciated. Check-in is across the street in the mini mart/bar/restaurant. Loved the staff. They were down...

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Ripon, California
Reviewed 14 October 2016

We stopped in for lunch after a hike up Rock Creek canyon. Loved the atmosphere. It was just one of those neat little country cafes that make you feel at home. Wife and I split a burger and salad. Tasty and came promptly. Lots of history on the walls. Cool.

1Thank danol43
Livermore, ca
Reviewed 20 September 2016

In September I went on a three day pack trip and stayed at Tom's the night before and the final night prior to driving home. The room was small, basic, and clean. Exactly what I had expected for 65.00 a night (great price compared to Bishop motels). It's old folks, 1917, don't expect a 4 star hotel. The staff was...

1Thank Kelly C
Balboa Island, California
Reviewed 19 May 2016

I know this place is marginal at best. Last couple of times our family habit of stopping at TP for a welcome back to Mammoth cocktail and snacks for the kids have been put out by a closed sign mid to late afternoon late spring. Television and sports are way off our radar on theses trips. We here in the...

Thank gib c
Reviewed 6 January 2015

We checked in fairly late on our way to Mammoth and were just looking for a place to crash for the night and leave early to get on the slopes. Upon arrival we discovered the staff had turned on the small electric wall heaters, which was a nice touch considering it was freezing outside. We stayed in room 1, which...

2Thank 007world
Reviewed 27 September 2014

If you're looking for the uniformity of motel chains like Best Western/ Comfort Inns etc. Tom's Place is definitely not for you! We had stopped off at the restaurant the previous year and had been intrigued by the place, being advised to stay in one of the 'non-rustic' cabins if we planned to stay over on a return visit. Some...

3Thank HTin
Pacifica, California
Reviewed 3 September 2014

Ok, so it's not the Hilton, but why would you be staying here if you expected that? Sure, there's old bathrooms, fixtures, lack of outlets, etc., but the beds are comfy enough, and it has a nice historic feel. It was clean and neat and felt more like staying in an old mountain cabin, which it kind of is. Good,...

4Thank smax1
Reviewed 15 August 2014

Wow 200 words to describe filth. To whom ever is reading these reviews you really need to heed the advice given. This place is deseased. The bathrooms are filthy, so bad that I wouldn't use. Made a trip to the portable outhouse down the street if that tells you anything. There was bloody bandages stuck on the wall by the...

7Thank Goatwood
Portola Valley, California
Reviewed 5 August 2014

Alongside the original highway 395, now owned by local folks with a stake in your comfort, lies a motel, restaurant and store with real character. Located close to fishing, and two of the finest hiking trailheads in the Sierra, this is the ideal jumping off spot. Try one of their over the top American breakfasts and you will go up...

2Thank Mike R
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 7 July 2014

I was in Crowley Lake to do the fireworks show for the 4th of July. I had reservations in Mammoth at the Motel 6 because they accepted pets. Tom's place does not. Motel 6 is 15 mi from Crowley Lake and I thought that was too much of a commute. At the last minute we decided to give Tom's Place...

1Thank LAFfx

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Additional Information about Tom's Place Resort

Address: HC 79, Box 22-A, Crowley Lake, CA 93546-9700
Region: United States > California > Crowley Lake
Number of rooms: 7
Also Known As:
Tom`s Place Hotel Crowley Lake
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“dont know never stayed there”
gibc_12, 18 May 2016 | Read review
“I would pick a cabin, as the main "lodge" has no privacy and the walls are paper thin!”
  • Sink in sleeping area
  • Bathroom
007world, 6 Jan 2015 | Read review
“Non-rustic rooms are Cabin 0 and 10. Rustic cabins probably are best for guys on a fishing trip.”
HTin, 26 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Regular, private rooms and cabins are available, but also nice, inexpensive bunk rooms for a bed and a shower after the trail.”
smax1, 3 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Go somewhere else.”
LAFfx, 6 Jul 2014 | Read review
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