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No frills here just good people, good food and great location. Recommend highly for any thing close to the grand canyon. Bryce and Zion a day trip away. North Rim only a half hour south for mule rides and hiking.
We stayed there for just one night on our way to North Rim, cause its very close to it. I wish we could stayed at least for one more night. The cabin we rented was deep in the woods and it was perfect. It wasn't...More
After staying at some chain hotels for a few nights with my girlfriend we spent a night at Jacob Lake Inn. We loved it. Staying at a chain hotel is a bit of a crapshoot, sometimes the room will be nice, sometimes there will be...More
We stayed at Jacob Lake Inn twice in the last 2 years with 3 nights each trip making it our base for our Grand Canyon North Rim, Zion and Bryce adventures. The first time we stayed at Jacob Lake Inn 2 years ago, we stayed...More
I bought a sand cast Sterling and turquoise bracelet in the gift shop and I have worn it a handful of times in the last 3 years. The last time I wore it the arm of the bracelet broke off. I was very surprised and...More
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Response from JacobLakeFamily, Owner at Jacob Lake InnResponded 13 November 2017
We are happy to replace or repair anything bought here at Jacob Lake Inn. Please call us at 928-643-7232 and ask for one of the gift shop managers so we can take care of this problem.
Response from NashvlMike | Reviewed this property |
Tough to say. It's at elevation, so nights will be okay, but you're at the mercy of the weather gods as to if the day will be too warm for you. The odds are you'll be fine (and the cabins are under a fair bit of tree cover... More
Tough to say. It's at elevation, so nights will be okay, but you're at the mercy of the weather gods as to if the day will be too warm for you. The odds are you'll be fine (and the cabins are under a fair bit of tree cover too), but if you're concerned, I'd suggest a "hotel room", which is in the building just behind the cabins, as they have A/C. And of course, if you go, don't forget to check out their cookies. Trust me on that one :)