What you get are two double beds in a roomy vintage wooden shed with an outside seating area and wood burner. Showers and toilets are in a modern shared block. If you're not a nature lover or have a dust phobia then forget it. If you're after an enjoyable stay with a difference then book. We were visited by a deer and a couple of bats chased away the bugs at night.
Things to know:
Showers require four quarter coins (something that wasn't mentioned on checkin)
Cleaning of the cabins doesn't seem to extend to under the beds or the interior wall frames. Ours had thick dust under the beds and on the structural timbers - something that a vac once a week would have addressed. It's a shed at the end of the day but sheds can still be kept clean.
Cabins have what UK readers will know as a Yale latch on the doors and very basic catches on the windows and fly screens. They're not 'secure' by any means. It's a big shed.
Ours had one interior main light, an outside light and one double power socket (one of which fed a bedside light)
Gents loo has only one cubicle, which caused a bit of queue huffing from some residents.
Eating choices at the restaurant (the only catering for some distance) are a bit limited. It gets busy - we had to wait for a table and waiting staff seemed stretched. There's a food store that's open until 6pm (9pm on Fri, Sat, Sun) with basics - including fire wood - if you've the means to self cater. The log burner has an oven space if you're feeling adventurous.
- Also Known As:
- Grant Grove Cabins Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
- Grant Grove Cabins Hotel
- Grant Grove Cabins Ca