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We took a free shuttle up from Taos Ski Valley to the Bavarian Lodge. The meal was fantastic with great atmosphere and excellent service. This truly was the best meal of our trip. We were traveling with a 4 and 5 year old and they...More
Taos and the Bavarian are always amazing - but on a sunny day - and regardless the temperature (if the wind is low) - sitting out on the Bavarian deck eating huge warm pretzels and drinking wine or beer looking up at the amazing Kachina...More
Located two miles beyond the Taos Ski Valley Resort, the Bavaria Inn is definitely a destination place ... but worth the effort. Authentic German in every way: atmosphere, dress, menu, beer and hospitality. I had jagerschnitzel with mashed potatoes smother in thick mushroom gravy with...More
Big terrace watching the mountains, you can eat inside or outside and try typical dishes from Germany .... and variety of Beers !!! Try one of the hot dogs ... Enter the restaurant so to see the decoration inside. Nice people working there and very...More
The food here is good (as is all the food on the mountain) but the place really has a lot of character/atmosphere that makes it worth a visit. The structure is made of wooden beams and the decor is rustic (stuffed animals, wooden tables, lambskin...More
(1) Prices for a 1-night stay? (2 guests, 1 room)
(2) One reviewer mentions unpaved pot-holed road from town. Is this really true?
August 13, 2016|
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In regards to the road from town. From town means from Taos. It is a state highway until you begin the two miles to the Bavarian from the ski valley parking lot. From there it is a well maintained gravel road. Whatever kind... More
In regards to the road from town. From town means from Taos. It is a state highway until you begin the two miles to the Bavarian from the ski valley parking lot. From there it is a well maintained gravel road. Whatever kind of car you drive will have no problem driving to the Bavarian. In winter it is strictly a 4 wheel drive road, as the sign states. There are no pot holes.
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