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    Jacob Lake Inn

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    Apr 2 Apr 3
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    US 89A & AZ Hwy 67, at State Route 67, Jacob Lake, AZ 86022
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    Reviewed 31 August 2009

    We took 3 cabins for our family, very disappointed. Had to change a cabin because it smelled bad. Small uncomfortable cabins. Showers dirty and beds were as old as the cabins. Most in our party did not shower because of the size and condition of...More

    Reviewed 31 August 2009

    Poor aeration in the stuffy room. Old windows, difficult to open.

    Reviewed 31 August 2009

    Carpets were pretty gross, door didn't lock, window crank mechanism didn't work, 16" opening for shower entrance, thankful i am not a big person. Paid twice as much as what it was worth. Unfortunately it is the only place there, check availability at north rim...More

    Reviewed 30 August 2009

    Clean and Tidy. Same quality as the North Rim Lodge. Only a bit far from North Rim. But you do not have any other alternative if the North Rim is fully booked. However you cannot have dinner if arrive late. Otherwise you have not many...More

    Reviewed 30 August 2009

    We wanted to stay two nights at the north rim. But we could only stay one night at the north rim, because it was full. But this hotel is much better than the motel in the north rim. And it is a short drive to...More

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    Nearby Restaurants
    Jacob Lake Inn Restaurant
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    .00 km away
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    Nearby Attractions
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    Kaibab National Forest
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    Questions & AnswersAsk a question
    Amber K
    If we book a cabin, do we need to bring our own bedding?
    31 December 2016|
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    Response from JacobLakeFamily | Property representative |
    Thank you for your question. No, we supply bedding and towels.
    Hello, I noticed below that you mentioned the cabins with the most privacy are 28 or 29. We are making our reservations online and don't have the option to select the cabin number. We can select either Cabin - 1 King, 1 Queen, or 1 Double. Which of these would you recommend for added privacy? Thanks!
    28 September 2015|
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    Response from JacobLakeFamily | Property representative |
    The king bed has the most privacy.
    Are there screens on the windows in the cabins? What cabin number is the most private or has the best view for two adults, without children? We will be visiting in mid-October, and like lots of fresh air while sleeping. Thank you.
    11 August 2015|
    Response from JacobLakeFamily | Property representative |
    There are screens on the cabin windows and I would recommend cabin 28 or 29 for privacy and seclusion.
    Room Tips
    "We stayed in the 2 queen bed cabin, no adjourning rooms, so super quite"
    Mike C, 4 months agoRead review
    "the gas station next door (Chevron?) is much higher than surrounding area -- fill up prior to arrival or..."
    Jay S, 4 months agoRead review
    "Our 50lb dog was allowed to stay with us. Good if you're traveling with pets."
    Chris H, 4 months agoRead review
    "2 story building in back"
    Ibyke, 4 months agoRead review
    "Good alternative motel if you can not find a room inside grand canyon national park."
    Lingang, 5 months agoRead review
    "Check on the square footage of cabins/rooms."
    BeckyS13, 5 months agoRead review
    "Don't bother"
    andyhelenpb, 5 months agoRead review
    "If you really want to rent here dont accept the 'duplex cabin" Go anywhere else"
    W0rldismine, 5 months agoRead review
    "Reserve early."
    okieraven, 5 months agoRead review
    "Stay somewhere decent in Kanab instead."
    Joel B, 6 months agoRead review