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Arrowhead Lake Inn
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Reviewed May 24, 2012

We were stopping at Lake Arrowhead after a few days at Sequoia National Park on our way to San Diego. We read the reviews on Trip Advisor and thought this place sounded nice. Our reservations got messed up. They booked us for one night too many. Good thing we had our confirmation email with us, or we might have had a problem. Also, they charged our credit card for one night upon booking, but didn't tell us they were doing so. We were booked into "Sleepy Hollow," a very small room I nicknamed "The Dungeon." It's down an alleyway at the back of the building. If you park your car in the back, you go down a very dilapidated wooden staircase to the room. The room is unbelievably small. Just enough room for a queen size bed, which is super soft and covered in plastic. Not at all comfortable. There's a kitchen off this room that's supposed to be off limits, but the lock is broken. It's used for storage. The bathroom was so small that I (all 5'1" and 115 pounds) just fit in the shower. The continental breakfast was cold cereal, a few muffins and a few pieces of fruit. Just didn't seem like much effort was made compared to other B&Bs we've been to. On a more positive note, they did recommend a great Mexican restaurant in town (Papagayo's).

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Sailorgal12345
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Reviewed April 9, 2012

Highly recommend.
Great way to start a review, right? The location is overlooking Lake Arrowhead and the Village. It's also quite close to Bin 189 restaurant at the Conference Center. The overall charm is Victorian and warm. Megan will take good care of you. She'll help out with reservations or directions to wherever. She's been around so she knows alot. She ofers a large DVD library, if you care and each rooom has a lovely LCD screen to watch. Mornings include coffee, juice and light pastries.
The rooms are encouragingly warm and inviting...you could literally stay in your room overlookin the Lake with your other half, and relax.The property is quiet despite being on the main road. We had the entire property to ourselves, being an off-season Holiday. We were able to get away from out hustle and bustle, and really relax. Looking forward to returning later in the year, and avoiding the more modern conference center around the corner.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Artiste-Michael
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Reviewed October 9, 2011

Not being familiar with this area, I looked at many sites to find a pleasant location to stay for the weekend of my son's wedding. The Lodge bed and breakfast was a delightful find! The room was victorian and very comfortable with a private bath. Tasty fresh pastries, cereal, fruit and beverages were available in the cosy breakfast area. Just outside was a dining patio with a lovely view of Lake Arrowhead. Shopping and dining was a short walk away making this a very convenient location. It is also very close to excellent hiking trails with wonderful mountain and woodland views. On an early morning hike we spotted lots of wildlife. And last but not least, the owner Meghan was extremely helpful and friendly. My daughter and I were helping with some last minute wedding preparations and found that we were lacking punch bowls for the reception. The owner let us borrow some lovely bowls, which amazed us. Thank you Meghan and Chris for a fantastic stay!!!

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank harborlight
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Reviewed August 25, 2011

I had to go to la for business and ended up in beautiful Lake Arrowhead for a few days.
What a FIND!! it was a nice little town with shopping, restaurants, freash air, music at night, so many cool things to do.
Meg and chris, the owners, made me feel so much at ho me. the room, ribbons and lace, had a beautiful view of the lake. the continental breakfast and dvd's were awesome. the rates were very fair.
I would reccomend this place to anyone!!!!

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled on business
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Thank scott f
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Reviewed August 22, 2011

After looking long and hard to find a romantic place to take my wife for our anniversary I came across this little gem of a place. Very Victorian style decor, nice and cozy with a great view of the lake. The hospitality from Chris was great and they were always well stocked with muffins, coffee, tea, softdrinks, etc. A walk to the Lake Shopping area where it's hard to find a parking place and I would highly recommend this place for a weekend getaway with the one you love.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank robbyrich
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