This is not a romance review, but I'm in love with Quail Lodge Lake Almanor! In love with John & Debbie the new owners. And in love with Max -- official greeter and lodge dog! In love with the quiet, star-studded dark sky and the chill in the air. The no frill exterior hides a cozy and warm interior. Love the outdoorsy themed bedspreads and pine log beds. The tiny gas stoves are fabulous on a cold night. All the little touches that really translate into "attention to detail" were all there. All rooms have mini-fridge, microwave, coffeepot, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi,and bathroom heaters. Nice towels which I have often pointed out is a big plus.
Great for families, couples, friends, romantic getaway -- whatever! Picnic tables, barbecue, easy access to Lake Almanor and all of the open space and outdoor recreation in Plumas County.
Rooms are spotless! Double-queens, single queen, and queen with twin. Connecting rooms are an added benefit for larger groups and families. If you need a fishing guide...just ask. Love the lodge lobby with fireplace, over-stuffed sofas, larger flat-screen TV. John and Debbie are to please, serve and send you away smiling. BTW - yes to the dog-friendly question!
Known as the Lost Sierra, Plumas County is in the northern most reaches of the Sierra Nevada north of Lake Tahoe and approximately 170 miles northeast of Sacramento. If you want to discover California, loose yourself in Plumas County.