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Such a fun experience. We are a swedish couple who came in late one afternoon in August this year. There was a big old fellow with a beard in the reception/bar. Can not remember his name. Such a nice man. One in a million. So...More
We are elk hunting near Lincoln and found this to be best option in the area. Its a very old log cabin lodging. Many noises from the floors creaking.
Beds are fair. Shower head sucks. More like a high pressure mist. Remote for TV will...More
This hotel has historically had bad management and the "new" management appears to be following in the same manner. We had booked a room over one month in advance of a September 19 function. Knowing of the history, we called to confirm one week in...More
My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights in July, and it was one of the worst hotel experiences I have ever had. The gentleman at the bar who checked us in had no idea what he was doing. He kept getting our name...More
You'll have to decide that for yourself. I heard kids giggling and running the hall on the 2nd floor. No children were checked into the hotel that night, I asked. The room was very rustic, pretty comfy bed, I should have brought my own pillow,...More
I see that the hotel itself has a internet connection, but I don't know if the hotel itself offers a wi-fi connection. The town of Lincoln does have cell service and you won't have any problem using your cell phone or... More
I see that the hotel itself has a internet connection, but I don't know if the hotel itself offers a wi-fi connection. The town of Lincoln does have cell service and you won't have any problem using your cell phone or tablet. If you get out and about in the mountains you may have intermittent cell service but in town no-ploblem. The hotel at the moment has a limited menu but if you wish to eat you can get fresh sandwiches at the gas station or a full menu at either Lamkins or the Bush-whacker. most tourists usually eat at the bush whackers. The hotels bar is friendly enough and Erin will take good care of you. If you have kids and like pizza you can get it at the Scapegoat eatery or at the gas station. If you get out and about in Lincoln keep in mind that the area around Lincoln is wild..........keep an eye out for Griz or wolves, BE BEAR AWARE. Have a good time in our town.