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Family-Owned Eureka Hotel Accommdations & Amenities
Our Eureka, California hotel is smoke-free, featuring free Wifi and wired high speed internet, provides the security of electronic locks, free covered parking, and there’s no charge for any domestic US phone calls (1+, 800 or local).
Eureka Townhouse Motel’s outstanding service keeps guests coming back to our Eureka, California hotel. Redwoood forests, historical lighthouses and beautiful beaches are within an easy day drive north and south of Eureka; winding coastal roads take you to breath-taking coastal mountain and ocean views. Are you ready for your Eureka California outdoor activities adventure? View Norte County & Crescent City Del Attractions Guide
Eureka Townhouse Motel features queen, king and double bedded guest rooms and suites to suite your travel needs. Each is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and coffee-maker and all of the amenities that you need and expect to work or relax during your stay in Eureka. View Eureka Townhouse Motel Accommodations Overview
HUMBOLDT BAY VICTORIAN CHARM
Experience Historic Old Town Eureka
Historic Old Town Eureka is home to more than 100 Victorian buildings. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is one of the most meticulously preserved commercial districts in the West. The core of the district runs the length of First, Second, and Third Streets, between “C” and “M” Streets and includes many types of architecture from the 1850s to the present. Only 0.3 miles from Townhouse Motel.
“Great place! We come here regularly and they have good service. We like being able to walk around everywhere and forgetting about driving. Downtown/old town has a lot of good spots to sight see and eat at. Rooms were clean at the hotel and front desk is helpful. We will definitely be back!”
– GOOGLE GUEST REVIEW
”Good location, nice rooms. Parking was very good. Close to bars and restaurants. The desk clerk was very helpful, gave us lots of tips about the area and how best to see the Redwoods.”
– CANADIAN BOOKING.COM GUEST