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Second visit to Lake Cumberland St. Park. We were a group of 14 and stayed in three Wildwood Cabins (a 3 bedroom & two 2 bedroom). These cabins are truly nestled into the woods with a balcony to sit outside and enjoy nature. Two bedroom...More
My husband and I stayed for one weekend night in May. Once you turn into the state park area, it is a few miles down a winding road to get to the lodge. The hotel portion of the lodge on the outside is outdated and,...More
The lodge it's self is somewhat run down but work is being done. The bedding was not clean and had hair on pillow cases and sheets. I arrived back to my room late to find the situation and got up the next morning and took...More
We arrived late due to a flat tire and had a short stay. Our room was very clean. We had a little trouble with the door closing (had to slam it shut). The hot water didn't last long. We did have a balcony with 2...More
We stayed the Lure Lodge with another couple the view was pretty but there was scaffolding all around the lodge which I understand they may have been painting. The rooms were very clean. But the indoor pool area was closed some of the time and...More
US$77 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Unfortunately, yes. We've experienced this exact problem on several occasions now, during different times of the year. Simply put, it's disgusting and we no longer stay there. Go to Jamestown Marina. They actually take care... More
Unfortunately, yes. We've experienced this exact problem on several occasions now, during different times of the year. Simply put, it's disgusting and we no longer stay there. Go to Jamestown Marina. They actually take care of their cabins! No mice allowed! :)