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This was a very pleasant lodge with rustic decor. We were in the Black Bear room. The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom shower was really nice with its glass walls. There was a little nook with a refrigerator, microwave and coffee pot. Our...More
We enjoyed being in a room with its own name and decor (Big Blue Room #112), much like the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo. It was quite roomy, with a kitchenette and even a patio, and with knotty pine on the walls. We even...More
We stayed one night in the low season having not booked in advance.
The gentleman receptionist was very helpful, showed us the room first and answered all our questions.
The room was very clean and comfortable with everything needed.The walls are a little thin -...More
We stayed here on our our way from SF to Death Valley to break up the drive. The hotel was exactly what we expected. Basic and clean. Would stay again. I saw some
reviews mention it was loud, that wasn’t our experience possibly because it...More
Stayed one night (midweek) on a roadtrip from Vegas to San Fran.
The spacious room was clean and comfortable and the staff friendly and helpful.
Appeared to be popular with families and other roadtripping couple. Despite being a full house we were undisturbed by other...More
The whole staff is very friendly/accomodating. As for rooms, I'd recommend 111 (sequoia tree), 113 (Manzanita) or if you want some more space there is rooms 110 (kern river) or the 301(the duplex). Those are all options with... More
The whole staff is very friendly/accomodating. As for rooms, I'd recommend 111 (sequoia tree), 113 (Manzanita) or if you want some more space there is rooms 110 (kern river) or the 301(the duplex). Those are all options with seperate rooms for your children. Hope that was helpful.
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