The place was a pleasant place to stay, and the price for two nights was oddly $666. We’re not very superstitious people so we didn’t think much of other people mentioning the history the place has with witches and Native American spirits.
The stay was comfortable, but there were some odd things we noticed like the sounds of walking in the hallway late at night. We saw eyes in the woods in the backyard, but most likely a fox or other curious forest creature drawn in by the light. We felt odd tugging on the sheets but we shared beds in each room, so that’s to be expected.
There was a feeling like we there was constantly something else was present and we’d all suddenly get chills even though the windows were closed. We had some slips around the brook in the back, but no one was hurt and we had an enjoyable stay.
(Submitted by Eric B)
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- 42862 Scenic Drive
Oakhurst CA 93644
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- 37.37211, -119.62373100000002
- Madera County, California
- Nearest Towns:
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