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We rented a cabin recently and were happy with that accommodation. However, the lodge has completely changed with the new ownership. Where as it used to be bright and open, it's now dark and partitioned off. Plus the lodge was full of 20 somethings (nothing...More
We live 40 miles from the Lodge and have in the past enjoyed their chef dinners. This year we made reservations for a well known Portland chef at the end of March. Unexpectedly, we were unable to come due to snow, ice and white out...More
My husband and I stayed at Suttle Lodge 5 years ago on our honeymoon and thought it would be great to return on our 5th anniversary. We knew that there were new owners but we were quite shocked AND disappointed to see what had been...More
The "new" version of the Lodge doesn't seem to meet the expectations of folks who visited the "old" version, but as a first timer, I liked the place a lot. The carved entry doors are impressive. I must admit that the first impression of the...More
Inauthentic. Dreary. Juvenile. Pretentious.
Never would we have used those terms to describe the Suttle Lake Lodge. Now reborn like a wooden zombie, This once wonderful destination has been ruined by the Ace Hotel, who cater to the annoying hipster segment of the population along...More
I have to be honest, I did not see any pontoon style boats but there were some canoes for rent by the restaurant. We were there early in the summer so maybe they brought some more options out to rent. I've heard their are... More
I have to be honest, I did not see any pontoon style boats but there were some canoes for rent by the restaurant. We were there early in the summer so maybe they brought some more options out to rent. I've heard their are new owners of the lodge too.