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Tioga Pass Resort
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Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

We ate lunch at this resort. Delicious homemade desserts. Yummy meal.... Definitely would recommend for a good meal with lots of charm. Meatloaf sandwich was delicious. Must leave Yosemite to eat there but worth the extra mile! Would eat there again if in the area.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
1  Thank uscrph
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Reviewed 24 July 2016

This is our second stay at TPR. As before, staff was warm and friendly, cabin was cold and cosy (BETTER TO NOTICE THERE IS A HEATER BEFORE YOUR FIRST NIGHT ENDS); we really liked the overall atmosphere of our cabin, though we wish we hadn't been so close to the road. Although it's out of keeping with the style of the place, next time I'm bringing my noise reducing headphones so that I can read outside. The traffic noises were minimal when we closed the windows.
The staff is great--warm, generous and efficient!
We had no trouble with little creatures (meticulously following all instructions).
The hiking nearby is fabulous! It's like backpacking for the baby boomer generation :) Hike all day, then come home to pot roast instead of freeze dried turkey tetrazzini, wine, a bed, a shower and carrot cake!

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

This motel, which is very expansive (570$ for 3 nights for a 2 queen beds, due to the location), gives you a cabin, just in front of the parking lot and the road. The cabin is dirty, with lot of dust on the floor. The table hasn't been cleaned from the previous customers. We found their (the previous customers) shampoo bottles in the shower.
The owner seems to have no care for the details : plastic chairs in front of the cabin, an electric radiator in the middle of the room, a couch with lots of dirt (we never sat in), no hedge between the parking lot and the entry of the cabin...
Avoid the place

Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 20 June 2016

Overall we had a nice stay at TPR- cabin 5. I was really worried b/c a few other reviews mentioned tree rats, I did not see any such critters during the whole stay (just keep doors closed and food stored).

Rooms:
-relatively clean, some allergies since under the bed was dusty
-nice to have a full kitchen with dishes and some cookware
-small room heater provided (helpful since it was still pretty cold in June)

Location:
- near many lakes and beautiful hiking areas (people at front desk/ store were very helpful with hike instructions and recommendations)
- grounds were relaxing with cheerful creek running through

Store/ Restaurant:
- the store had some nice treats - ice cream, sodas, beer, wine etc.
- the restaurant was ok, GREAT pies and sweets, but many of the dinner items were not available so it was like an average diner otherwise - sweets and convenience makes it above average.

People: super helpful and friendly

Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
1  Thank Desink
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Reviewed 7 October 2015

We had one of the really rustic motel rooms in a cabin and enjoyed it a lot. The cabins are old and really simple (we had no fridge) but clean, we had no problems with the mice after putting all our eatable stuff according to the instructions in the foreseen container. Be aware that you have to cross a small bridge and drive up a small steep dirt road (we enjoyed it but it might be challenging for small cars or inexperienced continental drivers). You can certainly walk up but as you should not leave anything tempting the bears inside your car, this might be strenuous. The location is really great, the staff at the receiption also rustic but friendly. The bed was comfy, however we woke up several times due to sounds of animals around the cabin in the night (no idea what it was but we found it exiting). We had a heater which we needed and a clean shared shower, but a privat lavatory. The price it a bit high, but well, it's at the height of Tioga pass, historic and opened only few months a year. We would come here again.

Room Tip: Room 1 was fine, it sleeps 3 and we had on the extra bed enough space for out luggage and items we wanted to keep away from eventual mice.
  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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