The picture of the log cabin is not where we stayed. The log cabins have not running water, you share the shower house with the RV guests. We stayed in the A-frames. "They have showers--really sweet", said the manager. The view and access to Lake Crescent was directly outside our back door and was the only reason we agreed to stay at what we jokingly call "Possum Lodge"--you know, from the tv show "Red Green". The A frames, possibly built in the 1960's are made of ply wood and in need of a complete remodeling and updating. The beds are too short and too small for two adults, water pressure was low, the "kitchen" had no stove, the window frame was broken and had extra pieces of wood nailed to it that we couldn't figure out what it was for. The front door was a hollow core door with no deadbolt--is that "to code"? It wasn't quaint in a sweet way, rather it was quaint in a shabby, derelict way. They are however, very clean and acceptable accommodations, there were lots of clean white towels provided. Thank you to HouseKeeping. We laugh now and call it cabin of last resort. Using the word "resort" in the title is disingenuous and misleading. It's endureable for the view and immediate access to the lake and that's it, but, Heck, you're on vacation. So, laugh a little at an expensive joke. If they reduce the price by half, it would be an excellent value. Expectations reduce the joy in life.
- Also Known As:
- Log Cabin Hotel
- Log Cabin Hotel Olympic National Park
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A popular resort and campground with many amenities. ... more less