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I had a room in the "vintage" section which was obviously older but very charming. To my surprise there was even a fridge in the room.
The whole place was very quiet at night but unfortunately the mattress was very hard so I didn't really...More
Response from TGunn1, Owner at Cliff Dwellers LodgeResponded 2 weeks ago
Thanks for coming to stay with us. Sorry that you did not like the mattress. Some people love a more firm mattress and we try to go towards the middle of firmness to accommodate everyone's comfort level.
We checked and there was in fact a...More
Nice waitress, I was so impressed with the avocado chese cake that she gave me the recipe. Good food, excellent breakfast, no use to go to other village for dinner, it is really healthy food.
The place is also very good to make night photos...More
Perfect location for solitude combined with above excellent fly fishing on the Colorado! The fly shop stocked all that was needed for our successful day on the river. The rooms were quite comfortable - the staff MORE than friendly - and Kevin, our guide was...More
I stayed for 1 night on my way to the North Rim. It was in the “newer” section. I think these are rooms 20 to 30. The room was simple, clean, and nice. We watched a harvest room rise from the front of the room....More
A very basic rustic lodge in the middle of nowhere. Had room 1 in vintage section built in 1954 right next to restaurant. The newer section which looked more up to date, was built 1991. Small room with king bed, fridge and coffee pot. No...More
Response from Live2believe | Reviewed this property |
It is just straying to drop in temps so now is good, however if you were planning on visiting the north side Grand Canyon, you need to check it is not open in the cooler months. Also, take the time to go to horseshoe bend... More
It is just straying to drop in temps so now is good, however if you were planning on visiting the north side Grand Canyon, you need to check it is not open in the cooler months. Also, take the time to go to horseshoe bend, now is the perfect time. I would not recommend April through September.