My family of four (two teenage boys) stayed in the White Wolf Lodge tent cabins. We are accustomed to camping so it was fine. The Tent had four twin size beds (alittle saggy) with decent sheets and warm bedding for when it cooled off at night. There was also a table , four chairs, cement floor, individual rugs for each bed, so when you stepped out of bed you stepped onto the rug not the cement floor. Flash lights are needed if you are arriving late ot to go to the centrally located bathroom/showers. (It is really dark! ) The electricity in the bathrooms goes off at 11pm. There was a bench in front of the tent where my son and I watched the stars in the middle of the night.
There is a pot bellied stove with clean burning fuel and directions for lighting it. Since we only stayed one night and it seemed warm enough when we went to bed we didn't bother to light it. Also provided is a water pitcher, cups, and a towel for each person.
Reservations are required for dinner in the Lodge. Served family style , I liked it very much. Price fixed dinner, they offer beer and wine too. No reservations required for lunch or the hot buffet breakfast,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- White Wolf Lodge offers 24 canvas-tent cabins and four traditional cabins with private baths. Guests gather morning and evening in the central dining room-a rustic wooden building with a porch that's perfect for relaxing and taking in the views. To keep the wildlife wild, guests are not permitted to cook inside or outside their cabin. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- White Wolf Hotel Yosemite National Park