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Pine Cliff Resort
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Reviewed 5 September 2013

We had a great time with friends and family. We have been coming here for 3 years now and I love it. We like to go fishing, hiking and of course sightseeing. My husband and my son like to go to Gull Lake and Grant Lake to fish. Also don't forget to go to Rainbow Falls, Mono Lake and Twin Lakes. Very Beautiful!!!!

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank TVlittleTK
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Reviewed 31 August 2011

If you want to feel at home with your dogs, with a convenient place to stage your adventures in the mountains, this is the perfect place to stay. It's located on a dead-end street, in a friendly neighborhood. Traci Walker is the on-site owner & always offers extra towels or advice on day trips. Twyla Twinklestar is Traci's freewheeling little dog who is not afraid of bears and never has a bad day. We stay here to ski or mountain bike and have always appreciated the cabin's kitchen, wi fi, tv, privacy, and the laid back vibe. It's more rustic than the condos in town, but you will have a more local and insider experience than you would have at most other places. If you don't mind unpaved driveways, open windows to the cool breeze, wandering dogs in the neighborhood, and cold drinks on ice... then this is your kind of place. If you prefer something more paved and formal, then this will not be your cup of tea.

  • Stayed: August 2011
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6  Thank Dogs2fun
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Reviewed 7 July 2011

Just the get - away I needed for a birthday retreat .... Such beautiful everywhere. My friend & I stayed in cabin #3 ... by far the best ... upstairs & downstairs w/ full kitchen, a fireplace, tv w/ vcr, and a heater.

We didn't bring a dog, but I can see how any dog would love that area. So many trees for all.
Traci, the owner, is a sweetheart and a nature lover. A free spirited soul who cares about everyone.

If you can get reservations, I highly recommend this small but quaint property tucked away from the city lights and noise. I will return (hopefully sooner than later).

Room Tip: Call in advance
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Thegodfauther
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Reviewed 6 June 2010

From reading other reviews, I think people are confusing two different Pine Cliff resorts. One is a camp ground, the other is a group of free standing cabins. Tracy, the owner of the cabins located in Mammoth off of Old Mammoth road is very nice. There is a very homey feeling about her and her cabins. It is not fancy. It is more like staying with a relative who doesn't have a lot of money. The word resort is a misnomer. It should be called PineCliff dog haven. The rooms are clean, and decorated in early garage sale, and that contributes to the homey feeling. If you want a nice place with all the amenities (i.e. soap) to stay with your dog, go to Edelweiss where you will pay more.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled with family
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8  Thank DoggieLosAngeles_Ca
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Reviewed 23 March 2008

We were looking for a low-budget place to stay with our dog in Mammoth, and we originally booked the Motel 6. But when we found out that you're not allowed to leave your dog unattended we started looking for an alternative. I found out about the Pine Cliff Resort, and it was just what we needed.

It's kind of funny that the name of the property includes the word "resort". It's definitely not a resort per se, but for the money it's a very good option.

We were in cabin #5 for $105 per night. Normally, that rate is for weekdays, and weekends are $120 per night. But because we booked at the last minute, Tracy, the owner gave us a deal.

It's a one-bedroom cabin with a kitchen, and it's rather cute. Rustic, and lacking some little touches, but cute and comfy.

Things I liked: great price, full size fridge in the kitchen, TV and DVD player in the living room, friendly owner.

However, you should know that it doesn't provide everything a motel or condo would. You don't have someone at the front desk 24/7 should you need something. No shampoo/conditioner provided. (Actually, we didn't even have bar soap provided in the shower.) The maintenance was a little lacking...our front porch light didn't work, nor did our heat light in the bathroom. Oh, and the remote control for the TV wasn't working. Probably dead batteries.

One last thing to note is that the owner does not take credit cards. Just cash and checks.

  • Stayed: March 2007, travelled as a couple
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11  Thank LosAngelesTravelBug
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