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Log Cabin Resort
Teachersrule72 from: Huntsville, Alabama
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Dec, 3, 2019 Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
This is always my favorite breakfast place. Service is usually quick and food is always delicious. I had blueberry crepes. The serving was so large, I couldn't finish them. As usual, they were perfect.
John V from: Portland, Oregon
Published Date: Oct, 27, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 2
Poor physical condition and dirty
We thought we were fortunate to get a last minute reservation for this cabin on the waters bank. Its location is great but the cabin has not been renovated, in my opinion. since it was built 50+ years ago. Missing tiles, and dirt in the bathroom and shower made the decision for us to not shower. There is a small fridge, and microwave, which based on its condition, we would not have used, if we had originally thought we would. The blinds were filthy and layed with thick dust. The bed linens were crisp and well fitted. Cobwebs were prominent. I did notice as I lay down and plugged in a charger, that the corner shelf, which protruded slightly over my head when lying down was full of cobwebs.
The buffet breakfast in the restaurant was the one thing that very good. It contained a good variety of breakfast meats, eggs, cereal, juice, coffee and teas.
- Sleep Quality: 3
- Cleanliness: 1
- Service: 3
Barbara J from: Sequim, Washington
Published Date: Oct, 1, 2019 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019 Rating: 4
Camping at Log Cabin Resort
We visited here with two other couples. Two of us were camping, one had a lakeside cabin. The campsites were nice, most have a lake view. The grounds were well kept and the lodge was nice. It is close to many hikes in the Olympic National Park and one can rent kayaks and other small boats. We ate lunch at the lodge, beautiful lake views from all tables. The chicken salad sandwich and the hamburger were way to salty. Nachos and chowder were good. I was amazed that, with the price of the camp site, showers were a quarter for three minutes. Overall it is a lovely place.
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 29, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 1
The Lodge was probably built in the 50’s. We don’t believe there has been any improvements in 70 years. No money whatsoever spent on maintenance or updates. Outdated overvalued and falling apart. Mold in bathroom. Lighting terrible and not working. Plumbing leaky and shower Loses hot water in 5 minutes. No place to hang clothes in room. Walls scarred and marked. Floor moldings loose and peeling. $161+ per night so about $100 per night overpriced.
Published Date: Sep, 17, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 1
Warning:Dirty, moldy and falling apart rooms
We were very shocked to see our room, after spending $200 for the 1A A-frame cabin. I knew not to expect much but..... I expected it to be clean and in good repair. NOPE!
The shower curtain was moldy and actually so moldy it was stuck together, the shower was filthy... cross the shower facility off list.. the exposed sink area was paint peeling from the wall, numerous huge spider webs, I'm talking the ones that cast shadows and collect dust from years of accumulations. the wall between the bath and "kitchen" was actually separated from wall with a large black beetle coming from it for the picture taking moment... the table was covered with art projects and whatever from the past 30+ years. The rug was stained and frayed...I could go on and share pictures but I am sure you are getting the point. it's a shame they have not kept this resort up. It used to be nice when I was a kid...many many years ago...now the park service is just taking advantage of people.All in all disgusting. Staff are clueless and do not care, state the higher ups never come to check out facilities.