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I have stayed here many times. Good location, good price, very old but clean. Nice to have the kitchen. The Inn is owned and operated by a couple, Gary and Perry. Gary is a very nice sweet older gentleman and Perry is a grumpy, unhappy,...More
A delightful town, and a great mini vacation, 2 hours from LA. The cabins are nice, well equipped, comfy and cosy with full kitchenette, and extra sofa bed in the living room. I loved it, and so enjoyed the total quiet of the night. My...More
We stayed in Room#1. You couldn't beat the price. They didn't have a two-night minimum like most places to stay in Idyllwild. Usually I read all the reviews on properties before staying anywhere, but our friends had already booked a (super cute) cabin here. I'm...More
Great place to stay and very close to town and Humber Park. The rooms come with a wood stove, which is perfect on a chilly night. Bring a bottle of wine to enjoy in the gazebo while you enjoy the courtyard.
We stayed here for two nights while one of us attended a conference at Idyllwild Arts Academy. It was perfect. It offered the 1950s nastaligia with updated amenities. The fireplace was beautiful, and we loved the screen door that opened out to a front porch...More
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Parking for #6 is directly off of Fern Valley Rd and in front of the cottage. So you don't have to cross through construcroon to enter this cottage from the assigned parking spot. However, if you walked to anywhere, other... More
Parking for #6 is directly off of Fern Valley Rd and in front of the cottage. So you don't have to cross through construcroon to enter this cottage from the assigned parking spot. However, if you walked to anywhere, other than the office, from #6 you would have to cross over ditches and construction tape. It's been almost all months since we stayed the first weekend in June. Maybe construction is complete. I would call and ask. Best of luck to you.
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