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I recommend staying at this rustic (and maybe a bit eclectic) hotel in Angel Fire. It's a casual & welcoming experience, almost like staying at a relative's house. The room was very clean, everything worked (including wifi), and the view from the balcony was spectacular....More
My husband does not like booking online and doesn't believe in reading reviews but I found a great deal online. He insisted on calling the Inn and speaking with them prior to booking. Upon calling the Inn he spoke with Garrett and asked their rates...More
Quaint place, very clean and comfy. Loved it when the proprietor told us to pick a room and she would catch up to us later. Had keys in envelopes on the counter to choose from. Made us bacon and eggs in the morning (breakfast at...More
We booked the sleigh ride and it was far less than expected. First we were put in a rubber tired wagon with 13 other people rode about 5 minutes to the "sleigh" with 13 other people. That lasted about 8 minutes. Driver was very nice....More
US$136 - US$256 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Phyllis Y | Reviewed this property |
Dear tripadvisor, there are probably a hundred "Elk Horn Lodges" across the U.S., so I could understand your confusion. The property we stayed at overnight, and that I reviewed, was the Elk Horn Lodge in Angel Fire, New... More
Dear tripadvisor, there are probably a hundred "Elk Horn Lodges" across the U.S., so I could understand your confusion. The property we stayed at overnight, and that I reviewed, was the Elk Horn Lodge in Angel Fire, New Mexico (near Taos), about 861 miles and 15 hours (car ride, not sleigh ride) from Cooke City, Montana.