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This is a review of camping only. The Lodge itself,seemed rustic and charming. The problem is the marginal people that are allowed to camp there and wreck havok of the grounds. Our campsites were not designated group campsites,yet there was a family of over 20...More
This is a good place to get away to. There is no TV, a fireplace, kitchen a lack, good hiking trails, some kayaking. And close distance to wineries. It is not for someone want a swimming pool, exercise facility or wonderful restaurants close by. But...More
The communal log lodge is beautiful. It has an open kitchen, fireplace, piano, small library, long wooden table. There is no staff around at night, they are a phone call away and apparently one staff member is downstairs on-site if needed. Problems: PET FRIENDLY ROOM...More
The Guernville Lodge could have been a decent experience except for the lack of staff overnight. This place was by far The Worst Experience in a hotel in my life!!! There was no staff so it allowed about 30 people party like crazy on the...More
This could have been a great place to stay but unfortunately it was ruined by other guests who kept everyone on the grounds up until 6:30am without anyone from the property coming to the aide of the other guests. The group refused to turn down...More
USD 138 - USD 280 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United States > California > Sonoma County > Guerneville
Response from Bryn_Deamer | Reviewed this property |
We only camped in their campsite but as a general rule it rarely gets hot enough in this part of the world for A/C to be an issue. The photos just show ceiling fans in the room, but you could always ask them by email.