This is an outstanding example of guest driven hospitality. Rooms are small but cozy, with effective air-conditioning, refrigerators, microwaves, and great mattresses. We were there for the better part of a week just enjoying the many venues and attractions of the area. We spent a day at Bristlecone National monument among the oldest trees in the world, went back twice to Manzanar, the WWII Japanese Relocation Center, to behold the remains of what President Reagan called a shameful "mistake." And we delighted in the festive home grown celebration of Independence Day here in Independence. But what was most wondrous was the atmosphere of welcome and congeniality that was especially apparent at the sumptuous breakfast (eggs hash browns and bacon) each morning where we met hikers, thru car travelers, and old-timers up for the 4th, all of whom became friends around the table served by Strider and Doug. I'll be back again just to enjoy the friendly welcome. It gave me hope! Really. Don't miss it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rustic, clean, comfortable, historic cabins in a base camp setting at the foot of the Eastern Sierra Nevada. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Mt Williamson Motel
- Mt Williamson Hotel