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The Red Rooster Lodge

10389 Dexter Ln, Coulterville, CA 95311-9525
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Come stay in a quiet, rustic getaway after a day filled with sightseeing. Yosemite National Park valley floor is only 45-60 minutes away and only 20 miles from the north west park entrance. Suites have a private bathrooms. Fresh seasonal fruit, breads and jams, coffee, tea and pastries are provided at the daily continental breakfast. Guests can relax on the 2 available decks. Wi-Fi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
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Free parking
Free internet
Public wifi
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
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The red rooster is a very good lodge close to Yosemite. If you expect a five star hotel, this is not the place for you, but it is very quiet and the owner/staff is very friendly and available. They even provided a blanket to stay outside at night to see the stars. The dinner in the backyard is a very nice experience though a bit too expensive.
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We stayed one night at the Red Rooster Lodge. We were very early but our room was ready and Stephanie greeted us with warm Californian hospitality. The lodge was clean and you are encouraged to make yourself at home. Netflix provided in the living room. The bathroom is shared which we knew so no issues there with us! The internet is slow so don’t plan on getting much work done. Breakfast the following morning was good with a large selection available. Stephanie was a friendly host. Disappointed to read others time here hasn’t been to the same standard of ours.
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I appreciate that Red Rooster Lodge provided me with shelter and heating but there are three reasons why my stay there was an unpleasant and an even demeaning experience: 1. Demeaning, rude and disrespectful: when my dad—an American citizen of Indian origin in his 60’s—complained to the owner Adam about the price we were paying to stay at the Lodge, Adam proceeded to explain the pricing for the room but one of the things he said to him was “this is America, we you need to pay sales tax”. Would Adam have made the “this is America” comment to someone with a lighter skin complexion? I doubt it. 2. Time-consuming inconveniences: a. there’s a single bathroom that needs to be shared by at least two of the outdoor cottages. Waiting in line to take a shower every morning costed us at least half an hour each day. b. The wifi worked less than half the time 3. Poor service. We asked for a rollaway bed twice, but were never given one. I hope I can soon forget this experience of someone I’ve given my business making a demeaning and off-color remark towards one of my travel companions. I regret putting my dad through it.
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Never ever stay here!! We booked this room for 4 people.They diendi mention anything about late check in at the time of booking.When we went there at 10:15 pm, they charged us 25$ extra for checking in late! The lady who sits in the reception counter was too rude.There was no attached bathroom and she told us to use the bathroom attached to her room.They don't have proper rooms and they have just converted their house to lodge.They were so rude that we heard them talking - "These people are knocking on my door so late at night".We didn't expect this kind of behaviour even after paying late check in fees of $25. Then the room was super cold.We asked them to turn on the heater.Their heater was so crappy that all the room lights went off as soon as they turned on the heater.We had to sleep whole night in the cold. Both the lady and the man who owns this lodge are rude people.They act as if we are staying at their place for free. Please do not stay here.I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. I would give negative stars for them.
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Fantastic stay! The most friendly and welcoming owners, lovely cozy and big room, delicious homecooked meals and an authentic feel all in all. Dinner on the porch in romantic lights, and when you arrive and return you are greeted by Buddy - the sweetest dog you'll ever Meet.he truly becomes your Buddy, right Away! Many thanks to Adam as well, making our stay super! He is so friendly and helpful. This old 60s hunting lodge is just great!
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$78 - $149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesCaliforniaCoulterville
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Red Rooster Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to The Red Rooster Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Stanislaus National Forest (4.5 miles) and Northern Mariposa County History Center (4.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Red Rooster Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, free parking, and free internet access.
What food & drink options are available at The Red Rooster Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Red Rooster Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Red Rooster Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tangled Hearts Bakery, Coulter Cafe, and Gold Country Bistro.
Are pets allowed at The Red Rooster Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to The Red Rooster Lodge?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Northern Mariposa County History Center (4.7 miles).