We really enjoyed a one night stay. The only down sides, IMO are paying extra for linens, including sheets and towels. Because a one bedroom is already $190 a night in peak season. Not a cheap stay. We brought our own. :) Still fairly worth it though. It is a lot nicer place than the Santa's Lodge. If you come here and drive, bring your own fishing pole, linens and all you need for grille or firepit. We just used the grille as our fire pit because I was not in to paying $5 for wood for a short fire pit time. But it is a great place for families. The family who owns this place works very hard and you can tell they put a lot of time and energy into it. The cottages like Cedar Tree etc... are on a side of the road with more traffic. Just know this is not pictured on their website. I didn't hear a lot of traffic noise but on Monday morning, my kids did from where they slept in the main living area. If you want to stay close to Holiday World, this is the best choice in my opinion.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming lakefront cottages on 2.6 acre lake in Santa Claus Indiana. The whole family can comfortably spend a great vacation enjoying the area attractions of Holiday World and Splashin Safari, Lincoln State Park and Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, golfing at Christmas Lake Golf Course, or enjoying the beauty of rural southern Indiana. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Santa`s Lakeside Cottages Hotel Santa Claus