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“Labor Day Hiking Trip - Stayed at Roseberry Court”

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Hidden Canyon Ranch
Dallas, Texas
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“Labor Day Hiking Trip - Stayed at Roseberry Court”
Reviewed September 13, 2013

I stayed @ Hidden Canyon Ranch (Roseberry Court) Labor Day Weekend ( Sept 2013) during a recent hiking trip in the Great Basin National Park. The accomdation were excellent. I flew into Salt Lake City, and drove down to the lodge. If you havent been to the Baker area, be warned - there's not a lot of choice for lodging nor restaurants. If you are flying to Salt Lake or Las Vegas, and then driving to Baker, I suggest a stop at grocery store to stock up on fruit, lunch meats, bread, etc.

Hidden Canyon was a great find and cleary the best lodge in the area. The drive to the Park will take 15-20 minutes. I would stay there again without hestitaion. Be warned however- the hike up Wheeler peak is no picnic..very demanding, all day hike.

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled with friends
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San Rafael, California
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

Our family was on a two week road trip and I wasn't sure what to expect when we arrived for our little get away but all I can say is I think we found the garden of Eden! Robin was a wonderful hostess and gave us such personal attention I felt like I was home!
The beds were perfect!! Not too hard and not too soft. We were greeted by wild turkeys, mule deer and even pronghorn dear while we were there.
The only thing that wasn't working was the pool. But we were too busy checking out the Great Basin, hiking, and watching wildlife to really care. If you get a chance, load up on groceries before you arrive because there is a common kitchen are you can use and the selections of places to eat in town are a bit limited. There are nights that Robin will cook for the guests but only on certain nights.
I have seen a few reviews that state that this place is pricey and yes it is on the expensive side. But I'd rather pay a bit more and stay at a place like this than a roadside hotel or a tent.

Room Tip: There isn't a bad room here. We stayed in the additional rooms farther away from the lodge. It...
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  • Stayed July 2013, traveled with family
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Indianapolis, Indiana
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38 reviews
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Reviewed August 26, 2013

We loved this small piece of paradise. Robin was a wonderful hostess . Our 2.9 yrs granddaughter was with us while our daughter in law was working in the area. Robin couldn't have been more accommodating since we had a young child with us.
The rooms are lovely & nicely have good sized dorm frigs in the room. Beautiful views, deer around & wild turkeys. The night skies are spectacular !!! Truly a great place to stay in the area!!!

Room Tip: We had 2 rooms in the lodge at the end of the hall with a deck. The suite would have been good for...
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  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
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Vermont
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 20 helpful votes
Reviewed August 12, 2013

The review below from Locust90 got it right, or was maybe being generous. The place is clean and basically okay, but not at all lovely and certainly overpriced. To visit Great Basin NP it would be better to camp, if possible, or stay in Ely and spend a few hours in the park on the way through.

Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
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Davenport, Iowa
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 38 helpful votes
Reviewed July 28, 2013

We took a 5000 mile road trip out west last summer, and included a stop at Great Basin National Park on the way home. Lodging choices are very limited out there, and not being familiar with the area, we decided to splurge and stay at HCR for several nights. Yes, it is a little pricey (I think we got the cheapest room, which was ~ $150/night). However, I do not regret spending the money at all, as it is such a unique property. The B&B is literally in the middle of a canyon. Every where else in the area is high dessert and completely dry and barren. The canyon, however, is like an oasis...a little stream, green grass, barn with chickens, cows and horses....they found an amazing location. The B&B is a beautiful building and the rooms are very nice. The breakfasts were amazing with fresh eggs, bacon, pancakes, potatoes, you name it. Alicia would ask us what we wanted the night before. Our boys were 6 at that time, and they really appreciated having all that land to run around on. They fell in love with the kittens (Hunter, Pepper and Monkey), and would have been happy spending all day playing outside with them. Every morning, my husband took the boys for a hike up the canyon (I tried, but had to quickly stop as I don't do well with heights) to "say hi to the world". Alicia and her husband were amazing hosts, very friendly and accommodating. We have talked about our stay there a lot in the past year, and hope to return one day. Our only regret was that we didn't add on the optional dinner. For a family of 4, two of which were kids, $15/person was a bit much for us. However, now knowing what the other eating options are in the area (sandwiches and fried food...I don't recommend it), I would definitely pay the extra money and have Alicia's dinners. We smelled the cooking every day, and it looked and smelled wonderful. I'm including some pictures of our stay there...it was truly an amazing place!

  • Stayed August 2012, traveled with family
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San Francisco, California
Level 1 Contributor
3 reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
Reviewed July 6, 2013

This is described as a bed and breakfast. Rather, it was a motel with a help yourself breakfast room. Granted, there are few places to stay in the Baker, Nevada area. This is probably the nicest. But the rates are exorbitant -- we paid $179 for one night. It appears that guests used to stay in the lodge (main house). Now, they have a separate structure that is a motel called Roseberry Court. It seems to be new and a work in progress. No view -- only window is to spare courtyard. There was no hair dryer and no chairs other than two metal folding chairs. It was clean. The road in is a long gravel and very dusty road. We stayed in a lovely little bed and breakfast in Eureka, Nevada for $100 a night with a cooked served breakfast. This place was not as nice. It would seem that they are taking advantage of the paucity of places to stay in the area, and they were not exactly accurate in their description of the Roseberry Court.

  • Stayed June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Robin C, Owner at Hidden Canyon Ranch, responded to this review, February 4, 2015
The number of rooms in the Lodge is so limited that we added a new building (Roseberry Court) to accommodate more requests. We apologize that the building was not completely finished in 2013. Fortunately, now the rooms are much better equipped and while our prices are not cheap, we try to offer amenities and service which make them a good value.
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Godfrey, Illinois
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

This is a very unique place to stay if you are visiting Great Basin National Park. The service is great! The food is also very good, and there is plenty of it. Whatever you need or could ever want she is able to get for you. The service is very personal, and first hand tips on where to hike and what to see are a plus too. The place is spotless and that is due to the fact that after you finish hiking in all the dirt and dust you take your shoes off when you come in. It is very quiet, and the beds are comfortable, making a great sleeping environment. There is a variety of wildlife; ducks swim in the pond, wild turkeys roam about, jackrabbits scamper around, and there are many deer to be seen. This would definitely be where I would want to stay if I come back to Great Basin National Park, and I have no regrets.

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  • Stayed June 2013, traveled with family
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Additional Information about Hidden Canyon Ranch

Property: Hidden Canyon Ranch
Address: 2000 Hidden Canyon Pkwy, P o Box 180, Baker, NV 89311-0180
Location: United States > Nevada > Baker
Amenities:
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 2 Specialty Lodging in Baker
Number of rooms: 11
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Clean and comfortable B&B accommodations on a 380-acre property, only 19 miles from Great Basin National Park. A great place for outdoor enthusiasts, lots of wildlife viewing, excellent hiking and relaxation. Country cooking, family style service -- free breakfast, and other onsite meals by reservation. ... more   less 
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Hidden Canyon Ranch Hotel Baker

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