Humboldt Social Announces Grand Opening of Scotia Lodge


Humboldt County Hospitality Group works to Normalize Cannabis in Hospitality EUREKA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Humboldt Social announced the opening of the 100-year-old Scotia Lodge. The boutique hotel, which went through a renovation and renaming, is nestled among the Redwoods and features modern, unique, and cannabis-friendly lodging and amenities for tourists and locals alike. “We’re excited for the reopening of the Scotia Lodge following the hard work our team has put into thoughtfully renovating the building to its former glory. We’ve created a setting that celebrates the culture and community of Humboldt County and embraces lawful, responsible cannabis use by adults in a setting where they can relax, eat and socialize with friends and family,” said Aaron Sweat Co-Founder of Humboldt Social. “Our other Social locations such as Humboldt Bay Social Club and Papa & Barkley Social have already established themselves as a favorite place for locals and travelers to gather as friends and enjoy the beauty and community that are unique to Humboldt County.” The Scotia Lodge is conveniently located at the Northern entrance of the Avenue of the Giants in the town of Scotia, California immediately off Highway 101, making it an ideal location for those interested in the endless natural wonders of the Redwoods State and National Parks. Humboldt’s beaches, rivers, historic towns, and burgeoning commercial cannabis industry are other key draws in the region. Originally built in 1923 as The Mowatoc Hotel, the hotel was likened to a small-scale version of “the grand resort hotels of the national parks” and served as a stagecoach stop between the Bay Area and Eureka. The hotel later became known as the Scotia Inn. The hotel was a centerpiece of the region, hosting guests from all over the world, grand weddings, and holiday celebrations. Over the years, the Scotia Inn was neglected and…

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