We stayed in the bunkhouse cabin for two nights. It's located a mile from the main hotel. The trees and small pond surrounding it were really nice to look at. The cabin itself was cute and incredibly cozy. Enough sleeping and cooking space for five people. I loved it so much I want to stay in it again next summer. We also saw a deer come into the cabin backyard.
For $95 per night the curtains didn't even cover the windows which was a big deal since people are walking by your room constantly to use the restroom next door. No TV, Bath old and barely functional.
Our room was like a log cabin. Furniture consisted of 2 single beds and 2 small bed side cabinets. It did have lighting and indoor plumbing but lacked many facilities of modern day living - there was no,ac,TV, fridge,coffee machine and the wifi didn't work The walls are paper thin - I could almost hear people breathing in the next room. Next doors shower sounded like a jumbo jet taking off. Very expensive accommodation particularly given the quality and amenities. Only recommended for those keen to experience the life of an early settler.
Well, I wasn't expecting much and it lived up to my expectations. It was a place to lay our head (not comfortably) and it placed us near the entrance to Mt Ranier and that's what we needed. We are not climbers and this place is definitely geared toward that. The carpet was filthy, the bathroom could use a bit of TLC, our pillows were about 1 inch thick, (we had to double them over and stuck a folded blanket underneath), and the walls are paper thin. I could hear the conversations of the next door neighbor and the ones behind us. The grounds around the the outside were very nice with nice sitting areas (which was needed so you didn't have to sit in the room). The coffee shop was nice and packed in the morning. Way overpriced for what you get. You are definitely paying for the location and the lack of any other accommodations in the area. Would I stay there again? If I wanted the same location, probably, because now I know what to expect.…
We just stopped by on the way back from mont rainier. Lovely atmosphere at the coffee area with chairs outside under the porch. Coffee was great and Loved the cookie dough and banana split ice creams!