We paid about $60 for a night here which, considering we were close to Yosemite, we thought this was a good price. We thought the owner was a real character and he was pleasant enough, he was even kind enough to waive the credit card payment fee - we assume this was because it was only us and another couple staying and he was glad of the business. We had to sign something to say we wouldnt sue him, for whatever reason which we thought was odd. The room had a strange smell to it and yes, the carpets are old and stained and I made the mistake of looking down the back of the bed. Months, if not years worth of dust. The bed cover itself was stained but the sheets looked clean. However, I just couldn't bring myself to sleep in the bed so I slept in my sleeping bag on top of it. The bathroom was clean - very clean, in fact. We could hear our neighbours through the wall - we were grateful that all we heard was conversation! The tv only had one channel but so what? Read a book. Have a conversation. We found we couldn't lock the door when we went out for dinner so took everything with us. To conclude: yes, it's pretty bad but we had a good laugh about it and you know what? We thought putting up with a night of non-luxury was worth the money we saved had we stayed in or nearer to the park. My advice? Give it a go for a night. And take a sleeping bag!
- Also Known As:
- Muir Hotel Midpines