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Jacob Lake Inn was an unexpected pleasure in a very remote area. We were visiting the Grand Canyon and being unable to get a booking at the lodge there searched the internet for a alternate nearby. Jacob Lake Inn has a new building with nicely...More
It was just like I pictured. Loved the bakery , restaurant, and dining room. Everything was
delicious. We had the most wonderful dinner I have had in a long time. I had the pork chop and my husband had the chicken wrapped in foil. Outstanding!!...More
The carpet and floor in the bathroom were dirty. The room stunk like mildew. The toilet was loose, so when you sat on it , it would move. Could of been a cute coxy place to stay if they would take care of these problems.
Cabins are rustic and quaint nestled in trees. Bathroom is tiny but has everything you need. Water fountain on their nature trail is great place to quietly watch birds even though it's right in the middle of the cabins. Restaurant, grocer and gas right out...More
The rooms are cabin like (wooden walls & ceilings) and have simple furniture that looks like it has been made by Fred Flintstone (-: The onsite diner is the hub of the facilities with the restaurant/breakfast room, gift shop, reception and grocery store surrounding it....More
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US$52 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)