Bottom line, the cabin was pretty rustic and the amenities few. But, you are right in the valley and can head out on the trail at any time. While I was impressed by the shuttle service, if you stay in town (where there are many housing and food options), you'd have to build in at least a half hour to get to the lodge.
We stayed in cabin # 529 which is a handicapped-ready room. The plus of that cabin is that it was the last cabin so you have a view down the valley and you can park your car right outside the door. The downside is that it was a "hike" to the lodge and wi-fi didn't work at all.
The cabin was a fair size, queen bed, two sitting chairs with a floor lamp and a desk with chair. It had a safe to store valuables which I appreciated. No TV but that wasn't important to us.
While the restaurant was pretty basic, the staff was very friendly and efficient. The food was good enough with very large portions (my husband and I shared a pasta entree and there was plenty for both of us). I saw a review in which the person complained about the breakfast which I don't really understand. We did the buffet which was $10.95 pp. That seemed like a good deal to me!
If I was to do it again, I'd stay here rather than in town.
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