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My girl friend and I found this on the internet and booked...we were looking forward to enjoying this "wonderful"..place according to all of the reviews.
Booked and payed over 120.00
When we got there we were put in this horrible smelly little cabin..smelled like dog...More
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Response from Cris C, Owner at Mt. Williamson MotelResponded 31 December 2016
Thank you for taking the time to let us know of your experience during your August 2016 stay. Our mission at the Mt. Williamson Motel & Base Camp is to provide immaculately clean and comfortable accommodations. We pride ourselves on the number of...More
I was fortunate to stay at Mt. Williamson Motel while taking a one night break from the John Muir. What a quiet, relaxing time it was and is steps from the Sierra's if you enjoy hiking. Chris "Strider" and Jim were such great hosts, taking...More
Our first night of a road trip up Hwy 395 was spent in the motel's Paiute Suite. Immaculate, comfortable--complete with kitchen--perfect! Spectacular setting for the morning glow of the Sierras. But most memorable was the incredible warm welcome and time chatting with Cris -- our...More
Don't let the humble cabin look fool you...This is an awesome and friendly place to stay, with stunning views of Mt. Williamson and Mt. Whitney right at your doorstep...The Manager and owner were consummate GREAT hosts, and even cooked FAB breakfast every morning for those...More
My brother and I stayed here recently for two nights as part of a rest layover on our hike of the John Muir Trail in the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains. It was a super experience. The motel consists of 8 semi-detached cottage style rooms surrounding...More
Response from Kathleen M | Reviewed this property |
Nothing new to add except that the actual property seems small to me. If Strider does allow long term parking it may be on a first come basis. Definitely call first.
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I am in the area often and have not stayed there... First, do any of the rooms have kitchen? do any have access to firepits or outdoor firelplaces? Or indoor fireplace or woodburing stoves. WE are often there in the colder months! :-)
30 September 2015|
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Response from Cris C | Property representative |
The Paiute Suite has a full kitchen. All of the cabins/rooms have heaters. Cabin #6 has an outdoor fire pit.