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Yes we could have rented a beach house and I could have spent Easter fighting with my kids about their phones and laptops. But guess what! No WiFi, no cell service (for us), no cable TV. A five minute walk to a great little beach....More
We absolutely loved our stay here. We're a rustic family and it suited us well. The room was awesome, if u love that off the grid feel. I liked that there was a VHS player instead of cable. First five minutes there the elk came...More
We didn't find the lodge on our first try--had to turn around and we kind of had to guess where it was and we guessed right--they had a little sign about a block off the highway. The room was dark--only 2 small lights--no lights over...More
Ran down, family owned place. Stagnant smell in the room, no AC or any sort of fans. Bed sheets not washed. Tried to crack open windows, no window locks. Stay here only if you don't have any other lodging options. Good luck!
My family and I stopped at Arizona beach lodge during a road trip last week. We almost turned around when we saw the place but it was late and we were tired. The room was $45 for two queen beds. The first thing you notice...More
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"We were in rooms 12, 11, and 9. 12 was a little musty smelling but the 11 is the biggest with a single queen..."