We stayed in cabin 5 (directly behind main building) for two nights in late June 2013. Gorgeous scenery! We loved the stream separating our cabin from the main building. It was hard to get our two kids out of it. Cabin was nothing fancy. Two double beds, kitchen, bathroom with stall shower. Coffeemaker provided upon request. No living area, per se, but the point of being up there is to be out in nature. My husband was a little disappointed with the fishing. He fly fishes and the nearby streams seemed overfished, so not a lot of action. Also, we arrived just as all the mosquitos hatched so had to use lots of bug repellant and even then we all looked like we had chicken pox by the time we left. The staff said that we had arrived at the mosquito peak, though Restaurant good, though not many choices, but what they had was very tasty. Nice to be able to stay so close to Tioga Pass.
- Also Known As:
- Tioga Pass Hotel Lee Vining