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Location, ambiance, hotel history, views, piano Music at night, good food, lobster ravioli.Warm Bath after long hikes. Peaceful, friendly and Helpful staff! Nice gift shop.Clean rooms.
The cabin was very clean and had all of the amenities advertised. Beds were very comfortable. I was very pleased that even hand soap was provided, as well as dish washing liquid! Never have I stayed where so much was provided! Our first morning we awoke to elk right at our window! It was great! The ...
no wi fi cell service or tv. some people like that,no me
It was great and comfy. The town is historical and nice.
Great 2 room niche hotel. Checked in at the bar/grill under the rooms. Room and kitchen were as good as you could hope for as far as decorations, upkeep, and modern amenities. Location couldn’t be any more perfect. Stairs are pretty long so lots of luggage could be a burden. Can’t wait to return ...
The room was clean and had all the amenities we needed. It was great to have the extra living space for our hiking gear.
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