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We were looking for a place to stay for the night as we had friends camping at a rustic campground just a few miles away. We stumbled across this lodge and we were blown away! It was truly unbelievable that there was such a beautiful...More
I stayed here with my wife around our 2nd wedding anniversary, and we were pleasantly surprised by the luxury and seclusion of this lodge. The rooms are huge, with a fireplace, TV, breakfast nook, and a private deck. We took a fishing boat out on...More
Our family couldn’t have picked a better place for our visit. Eric and the staff were so welcoming, and the lodge was exceptionally beautiful and clean. In a peaceful location with plenty to do for our family members of all ages. Amazing food as well!...More
Could have stayed a week. We ended up here because we couldn't find a room in the city we were visiting for my nephews graduation. This place is NICE and we could have stayed numerous nights to enjoy all it had to offer. The meals...More
What a surprise when we pulled up to this place. Rustic, clean, elegant all I can say is WOW! Luanne greeted us and showed us around. She was wonderful. The rooms were very spacious for the three of us. I would not hesitate to stay...More
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Yes, there is. A Keurig type. Some coffees and teas are provided but if you want more, bring your own pods. They used to put coffee and muffins out at 7:30 a.m. with a signature coffee, but last time we were there, they... More
Yes, there is. A Keurig type. Some coffees and teas are provided but if you want more, bring your own pods. They used to put coffee and muffins out at 7:30 a.m. with a signature coffee, but last time we were there, they did not.
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"Try to get a lakeside room. They built the lodge a hundred yards back from the shore, but it's a better..."