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Snowed Inn vs Summit Lodge

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Snowed Inn vs Summit Lodge

Hello,

I booked a standard Queen room at the Snowed Inn during peak winter season and now after reading some of the bad reviews am not to happy with what I read...

Has anyone been to the snowed inn and stayed in a standard room?

Are the standard rooms really that small?

Would the Summit Lodge be a nicer place to stay?

My wife and I are traveling this December...

Thanks for any info!

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1. Re: Snowed Inn vs Summit Lodge

Well, I haven't been inside the Snowed Inn for many years, but I recall it was an OK place. There are a lot of good reviews, too. Nevertheless, I think the Summit generally has a lot more going for it, so if you can swing that, that's what I'd do.

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2. Re: Snowed Inn vs Summit Lodge

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