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What a grand beauty!
I got to spend the day at the lodge for a retirement lunch. The building is exactly what you’d expect from one of the great western lodges. Huge timbers, fantastic stone work and lots of iron and wood.
The lodge was...More
The historic lodge is a destination in itself, and is so wonderfully preserved. There is so much to see and do right in the lodge, i.e. spectacular architecture, interesting displays, varied dining options, swimming pool, cozy and well-appointed rooms, beautiful views from the balcony and...More
Positive: It is historic and has beautiful woodwork throughout. Negative: It was extremely dusty/musty in the hallway leading to our room and in our room. I have asthma and allergies it was incredibly hard to breathe, I wish they would get rid of the carpet...More
The lodge is massive and architecture is very rustic . It is just awe inspiring what they did with tools they back then I am just amazed at the stone work and the fireplace we decide the next time we go we are going to...More
The entire staff treated us was so friendly and accommodating! We had everything we needed and we were well cared for. Extremely relaxing and beautiful.
Heated pool and hot tub surrounded by snow was absolutely wonderful. The rental facility was wonderful even thought we later...More
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We had the continental breakfast which was 12.95. This included granola, yogurt, fresh fruit, homemade smoothies, assortment of breads and pastries, juices and coffee. Considering the beauty of the vistas and the history of... More
We had the continental breakfast which was 12.95. This included granola, yogurt, fresh fruit, homemade smoothies, assortment of breads and pastries, juices and coffee. Considering the beauty of the vistas and the history of the dining room, we didn't think this was out of line.