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Grant Grove Cabins
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Unbeliveable beauty and granduer and a great reminder of how we are just part of the web of nature..
User: Eban L from:
Published Date: May, 21, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 4
This is a great place to get away from it all with nice rustic, historical cabins. The cabins are nicer than the John Muir Lodge in terms of privacy and quiet - but they are rustic and historical, so they are not perfect but we prefer them. (Note: The John Muir Lodge is fancier, so if that is your cup of tea... 😉 ). You can get to some great hikes nearby, without even driving. 😊 We had a very comfortable stay with no real worries about safety (animals or human). The Sequoia trees are unbelievable. They are a great reminder of the grandeur of nature and how the human species is truly just a part of the web of life. It was a great place to recharge our batteries.

Stay away from Grant Grove cabins.
User: Glen M from:
Published Date: Apr, 29, 2024
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2024
Rating: 1
The cabins were falling down. They were cold. The restaurant was awful. The resort was horribly understaffed. The staff was stressed out and constrained by rules from helping us. Stay away from this place.

Cute cabins
User: Anne T from: Galesburg, Illinois
Published Date: Oct, 26, 2023
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2023
Rating: 4
I stayed in a bath cabin at Grant Grove. The room was small but cute and the bathroom clean. There were nice toiletries including soap, lotion, shampoo, and conditioner. The room had a coffeemaker, desk, dresser, two beds, and a large closet. The heat worked fine and it was very quiet (other than the occasional critter moving outside during the night). There is a table outside the cabin for eating. The cabins are very basic but affordable in a very gorgeous area. I'm glad I had one with a bathroom.

Rustic comfortable duplex cabins
User: John B from:
Published Date: Oct, 3, 2023
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2023
Rating: 5
Grant Grove Cabins are old but very comfortable wooden duplex structures. These are not cookie cutter rooms but do have very comfortable beds and chairs with the usual modest amenities. You can't beat staying overnight in a quiet room and waking with a beautiful National Park right out your door while you have coffee on the veranda. The nearby Restaurant provided a good selection of food but needed to be ordered at a window and picked up due to the absence of wait staff; not really a problem.

Great visit in a beautiful setting
User: ger0nimooo from: Louisville, Kentucky
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 30, 2023
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2023
Rating: 5
We had a great visit. We stayed in a tent cabin for two nights. The accommodations were as expected - tidy and quaint. It was a great stay. Staying in the park is the best way to go. We suggest having park materials available to guests at the lodge desk.

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