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  Average price (weeknight): £126
  Average price (weekend night): £224

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Yosemite Lodging at Big Creek Inn B&B provides comfortable 3.5-star accommodation in Fish Camp. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi access during their stay. The bed & breakfast has 3 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a variety of essential facilities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay. Yosemite Lodging at Big Creek Inn B&B's restaurant is open for lunch and provides an ideal place for those who would prefer to stay close to everything the property has to offer. The bed & breakfast has easy access to Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad. Guests are able to visit Yosemite National Park and Oakhurst, located a short drive away from the property.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: homemade breakfast was awesome. better than 3 star hotel breakfast. i believe i had made a great decision to stay this place cus I couldnt see any better place while I was driving the area. The Inn was located very close to the south entrance means you dont need to drive extra 25 to 30 miles. The room was very clean and quiet. I hope other people also enjoy their stay at this place. It is my first writing review after the trip.
Cons: nothing.
Tin Lizzie Inn - Fish Camp - Building
9.4 Excellent (76 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Tin Lizzie Inn in Fish Camp, you'll be a 1-minute drive from Sierra National Forest and 6 minutes from Yosemite South Entrance. Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Charming, beautiful, and such wonderful service. We will definitely come back again and again.
Cons: Nothing. I couldn't come up with one complaint. It was a perfect stay.
Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite - Fish Camp - Building
8.7 Excellent (3,024 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is an award-winning resort two miles from the south entrance to Yosemite National Park. Selected as Sunset Magazine's winner of Best Resort in the West for Families, Tenaya Lodge has amenities for all ages from an indoor pool to a full-service spa and, in the winter, a covered skating rink.
7.7 Good
Pros: We like the staff, they were all friendly. It was a great resort to travel with a group with little kids.
Cons: We stayed at the Cottage. Furnitures are dirty and old. It would be a lot nicer if there was hair dryer inside the changing room of the pool area. it was kind of cold to travel back with wet hair.
9.7 Excellent
Pros: Excellent facility. Exceeded our expectations. Good location. Nice staff and good food.
Cons: Bathroom set up a bit odd. Balconies would be nice.
8.0 Excellent
Pros: Comfortable, Newly finished rooms Large Stone fireplace in lobby Organized Activities Proximity to Yosemite Dining on-site Early evening hot chocolate in lobby Indoor pool and hot tubs Adult only hot tub option
Cons: We had connected with hotel day prior to arrival Was asked for arrival time which we said ~3:30pm Published check-in was at 4pm However, room wasn't ready until almost 6pm Missed some activities on first day as couldn't change into snow clothes in time for sledding Some rooms are not upgraded Lobby is small for amount of guests Would have been nice to have one to two more carved out sledding hills. Need a formal roof/breezway between hotel, ice-skate rentals, and skating rink; You get soaked if it's raining. The little umbrella doesn't cut it. More organization around booking sleigh rides Sleigh rides were all booked up when we checked in
6.5 Good
Pros: Very nice location.
Cons: Staff at restaurants, bit amateurish. need professional training.
4.2 OK
Cons: We heard our neighbors conversations as clearly as if we were in the room with them. We heard the tv, the kids across the hall, the guests outside at the bar (4 stories down) and when the bar closed the party came up to the rooms and we could hear the drunk shouting and music until late into the night. Even if you are a night owl, be aware that the sounds start back up in the morning. Don't stay here if you expect a good night's sleep.
4.5 OK
Pros: As you approach, the Tenaya Lodge looks inviting. Oversized, rough-hewn beams, stone fireplaces, and a large "great hall" feeling in the lobby. The staff are friendly.
Cons: My wife and I booked a weekend at the Tenaya Lodge as a romantic getaway. We were unpleasantly surprised. A few things to know before you go: (1) The "spa" is crap. Sauna/steam rooms are separated by gender. The sauna was merely warm (140 F); the steam room had no steam, was dirty, and smelled strongly of an old sponge. (2) Don't book a cottage. The 'cottages' are really just cheaply-built condos. Our neighbors' kids were thumping up and down the stairs all night. (3) Bring your own food. Their offerings are nothing special and ludicrously expensive (a hot cocoa and a cup of tea came out to $10).
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Cozy cottages with more privacy and "with nature" feel surrounded by lush pine trees. Was nice to wake up to the light snow and lower temperatures-- a beautiful view. Balcony was a good place to step out and relax, take it all in. Fireplace was a nice touch. All with the convenience of a short walk to the amenities of a hotel.
Cons: Food choices were limited and a bit pricey, but given where you are, it's expected. We dined at the timber lodge pizzeria twice. Salad bar was a hit! Fresh with good variety. Pizzas weren't bad either. Good for families with children!!
9.1 Excellent
Pros: Ahwahnee Lodge > $600 per night, beautiful,upscale lodge...lots of tourist traffic, very expensive Yosemite Lodge > $350 per night, lots of tourist traffic, old government like track housing buildings, not exactly a beautiful place...but def very functional, but still very expensive for you what you get...this place does not give you the cozy, big lodge like the Ahwahnee Essentially the two above places are about 1/2 mile from each other on the valley floor pretty much in the same complex. Their biggest perk is they have yo staying down in the valley in the middle of one of the most scenic views on the planet...and they make you pay for that view. Remove them from the valley floor and you might expect to pay $200/$75 respectively in any other city. Now for the Tenaya Lodge. Its a better version of the Ahwahnee but just not on the valley floor. It is located about half way between the south entrance and the valley floor. And its cheaper than the ugly and uninviting Yosemite Lodge. at about $280 per night. It is exactly what you would want a big lodge to look like, cozy, entrance and grand room decor made from big trees (very similar to Ahwahnee)...and it also has private house-like cabins with gas-only fireplaces that are very well kept (which is where we stayed). Not a true fireplace but big flames and fireplace heat at the end of a long hiking day is a really nice atmosphere to relax in. The Tenaya offers room service to the cabins and has 3 decent restaurants (in the Lodge) to choose also puts you close to Wahana (further into the park) and the South Entrance giving you additional dinning options that you WON'T have staying down in the valley floor (unless you want to drive 1.5 to 2 hours to eat) For those of you that "need" to stay on the valley floor consider this: no matter what or where you go, you will be driving. To get to the valley floor you must drive about 45min. Thus to drive get to the other park locations, you must also drive 45min out. So to stay in the valley floor, aside from the awesome view, offers no additional convenience. Everything is about 1 hour from everything else...every water fall, every trail, every scenic view. So...even if you decide you want to stay at the very expensive Ahwahnee or the shabby Yosemite Lodge you must still drive at least an hour to get to anywhere else: Mariposa Grove, Toulumne Grove, Glacier Point, 2 hours to Toulumne Meadows, etc. The drives from Tenaya are more for some and less for others. Everything in the Park is expensive. Just know this going in...and get over it. Remember, most of these places are closed during certain portions of the year and shipping to these remote locations certainly isn't convenient or cheap thus all their prices reflect this. Bottled water: $4.00. Banana: $1.50 6-pack beer: $10+ get the point. Gas though isn't much more expensive than outside the park. Thus again, Tenaya is the best bang for the buck.
Cons: In contrast to everything else offered in the park, there really aren't any negatives. Everything must be taken in context...and that being said Tenaya is pretty top notch place that doesn't break the bank. The ONLY personal disappointment for us is we truly wanted a real fireplace burning real wood in our cabin...not a gas. This is a personal thing for us and not a negative on Tenaya. Tenaya...nor Yosemite...can afford another massive forest fire started by embers blowing from a chimnee...or a cabin burning down. We get the hazard...just bummed about it. On last note, the 3 restaurants didn't really have a diverse menu's from one another. It's all the same kitchen and for the most part you could order anything from any menu at any restaurant. Each restaurant offers a different feel...but if you do room service, all three menus are collapsed into a single menu thus you would never know these were three separate restaurants. A minor if not an issue at all...but for some if you are trying to do a romantic get away then your dinning experience is important. But most aren't in Yosemite for exclusive romantic get-a-ways.
8.0 Excellent
Pros: A great base camp for exploring the many offerings Yosemite has to offer.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Everything was magnificent!!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: We stayed in the cottages and found them well appointed and a great design to get 3 rooms in 1 house.
Cons: Lightly staffed in March so was difficult to get anyone to answer the front desk phone.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Location, staff, facilities, the works
Cons: Having to leave
Narrow Gauge Inn - Fish Camp - Building
8.0 Excellent (1,269 reviews)
Overview Reviews
When you stay at Narrow Gauge Inn in Fish Camp, you'll be in the mountains, a 1-minute drive from Sierra National Forest and 7 minutes from Yosemite South Entrance. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: We loved everything about our stay. Great location, great price, clean rooms, awesome food
5.4 OK
Pros: This place COULD be cool in the summer, when things are actually open. Still nothing special, though.
Cons: I booked the place since they advertised a hot tub and a cool-looking bar and restaurant. When we got there we were told all of those things were closed for the season. We tried to get a partial refund because of the false advertising but they were uncooperative.
8.5 Excellent
Pros: The room was very clean and spacious with a cute balcony. It was close to where we wanted to be which was the Mariposa Grive.
Cons: No WiFi when you’re room is further away from the lobby. The restaurant menu was also quite limited and very pricey.
8.0 Excellent
Pros: Less than 5 minutes away from South Entrance to Yosemite
White Chief Mountain Lodge - Fish Camp - Building
7.9 Good (1,286 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at White Chief Mountain Lodge in Fish Camp, you'll be in a national park, steps from Sierra National Forest and a 5-minute drive from Yosemite South Entrance. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
6.6 Good
Pros: About the best deal you're going to get without paying the premium to stay within Yosemite. Hotel is about 1 hour's drive from the main lodge in Yosemite Valley. Bed and room was comfortable after a day of hiking.
Cons: Amenities were so-so, but I only needed the bed for the night. I left too early to try the breakfast so can't say anything about the food.
4.0 OK
Pros: Easy access to car
Cons: Shower stall did not drain well
5.7 OK
Pros: Great location, convenient. Comfortable. Beautiful view of forrest.
Cons: Housekeeping didn't come either day dispite having the Service please plaque up. The first day they left a note that they couldn't make the beds due to personal items on them. That's fine, but they also didn't refill the coffee items or towels. The next day, we were sure to clear off the beds, but no one came. We ran out of toilet paper and I had to go up to the office to get supplies. No one took any responsibility.