We always stay at the Wigwam Village if we head to that side of Kentucky. It is very close to Mammoth Cave National Park. We love the unique and historical part of staying there. We want it to survive so future generations who lack romance and imagination.
Now for the "hotel" experience and responding to other comments: Each teepee has its own air conditioner which worked well. One time we were there during a rainy time and it was damp. The concrete walls of the teepee just are not the best for the dampness. Internet is not so good inside the teepee because of the concrete (just sit at a picnic table). The beds I thought were very nice and clean. The bedding smelled of bleach. It might be older bedding but oh well.
The only thing I would suggest is some extra cleaning. Someone here complained about mold smell, so each air conditioner should be removed and cleaned out entirely. The bathroom walls and door should be scrubbed well with some bleach water. Floors and bedding are as clean as should be but the extra cleaning of doors and walls and ceilings would be an extra boost since visitors demand cleanliness. Oils from fingers just get into the paint.
- Also Known As:
- Wigwam Village Cave City