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This place is so remote that not many people know of it. I've never stayed in the cabins but I come camping up here every year and eat at the restaurant. The place is amazing and very rustic. i could live up here if it...More
The owner is very nice and the property, from the outside, with your eyes squinted, is about as charming as the high sierra gets. But this week, end of May, it was junky. And the cabin is really really old and while it all worked,...More
A lot has been said on the other reviews so I'll try to keep it short. And keep it all in perspective. This resort is located a long ways from civilization with access via a treacherous road. Think about the logistics any resort operator would...More
Stayed here in June 2014. Was able to check out several different cabins, tent cabins and river front tent spots. The other reviews are spot on. The cabins are old, a little run down, but beat sleeping in a tent on the ground. You also...More
We stayed in cabin 14 in October 2013 and loved it! Yes, it's old. Yes, it's rustic. BUT the sheets and towels were clean (and the towels were plentiful!) and the pillows were so good I didn't feel the need to use the ones I'd...More
hello! we would love to ask about the empoyment at your restaurant, how much daily a server earns out of the tips? and is there an opportunity to work more at the resort? thank you!
December 14, 2016|
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I can only refer you to the owner of the resort, Jeff Winslow Mono Hot Springs Resort, Mono Hot Springs, CA 93642 of course during the winter Kaiser Pass is closed to travel because of snow and I do not know his winter... More
I can only refer you to the owner of the resort, Jeff Winslow Mono Hot Springs Resort, Mono Hot Springs, CA 93642 of course during the winter Kaiser Pass is closed to travel because of snow and I do not know his winter address. It could be Prather, CA or Auberry, CA or Clovis, CA not sure. He winters in those foothills near those towns.
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