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Newest reviews for Tamarack Lodge

  • Sharon
      United States of America
    August 22, 2014

    We had a quick get-away and were refreshed. The cabin was cozy and welcoming. We wanted to stay longer but our cabin was already booked. Their were many things to do we didn't make it to the village. The lake was stocked as we were driving away. :(

    There were no paper towels in the kitchen.


  • Dwayne
      United States of America
    August 6, 2014


    Black mold in bath illegal wiring dirty carpets poor maintanence of building


  • John
      United States of America
    July 6, 2014

    Nice fun place


  • Kimberly,
      United States of America
    June 24, 2014

    The staff was great and very eager to please.

    The rooms are from the 1920's I think. In my room the floors were not level and sloped toward the middle of the room. The electrical was very scary. Everything was run off of extension cords through holes in the walls.


  • Milydia
    June 24, 2014

    the cosyness of the cabin, being in nature at the lake. Visiting the Devil's pile monument and Rainbowfalls.

    the restaurant was closed! You had to drive quite some distance to find a restaurant and so could not drink


  • Jane
    June 19, 2014

    Location was great and the staff were very friendly and helpful

    Room was very small with sloping floor which meant we were sliding down the bed all night.. Bathroom was even smaller with no room for my husband to go to the toilet.


  • Shannon
      United States of America
    June 15, 2014



  • Richard
      United Kingdom
    June 9, 2014

    beautiful location, friendly and very helpful staff, warm atmosphere, attractive and private cabins.

    the weather, this made us check out earlier than expected but it will not stop us returning in the future.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    May 28, 2014

    Beautiful location. Good shopping and restaurants in old village area.

    Kitchen, bar, and transit were all not operating the days I was there. I felt at least the transit could have been available four scheduled times a day at guest request. I might have gone skiing on the Mountain if that had been available and then Mammoth Mt Co would have made more money off of me. for little effort.


  • Valentina
      United States of America
    May 21, 2014

    The area is awesome!


  • Randy
      United States of America
    May 11, 2014

    The staff was very friendly - Allison and the young man the first morning (sorry but cannot remember his name, but he is going to school for EMT). The location was very beautiful. We did not eat the restaurant but ventured out into town.

    They did not have any hot chocolate with the continental breakfast and not a lot of options for someone who is gluten free. They had hard boiled eggs, but no yogurt or gluten free bread or cereal option. Also, it was hard to regulate the room temperature (which I mentioned at the checkout). when we first arrived, it was very hot in the room. We made adjustments and it seemed fine, but then the next night it was cold!


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    February 28, 2014

    The staff was very accomodating and friendly. The cabin cute and comfortable. The housekeeping even did our dishes.

    We didn't like the fact that the beautiful lounge turned into a romper room with too many kids/babies. We also would have liked to have been able to have a light healthful lunch after a long day skiing.


  • Sarah
      United States of America
    December 17, 2013


    Can't host wedding reception


  • Melih
    September 6, 2013

    Great location on the lake. Very thin walls---) noise.

    No shower and toilettes in the room.. Rent for a bicycle is 80 usd per day! Or 20 usd an hour. Ridiculous, no wonder most people are overweight!


  • Simone
    August 30, 2013

    beautiful location surrounded by nature, furniture in the rooms very simple but very nice, good restaurant

    high price, bad breakfast, unacceptable pay 20 usd for no service!!!


  • Ivonne
      United States of America
    August 28, 2013

    There was so much do to near the lodge. My partner and I decided not to head back into Yosemite the next day because of how much there was to do in Mammoth Lakes.

    It was a bit too far from our original destination, Yosemite.


  • Jenny
      United States of America
    July 31, 2013

    pretty lake view

    room too small , shared bathroom & charged too expensive!


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 30, 2013

    location, historic, rustic

    price, way too expensive, fees.


  • Mike
      United States of America
    July 17, 2013

    Location and ambiance !!!!

    Stay was WAY to Short---other than that NOTHING was wrong !!!


  • John
      United States of America
    July 15, 2013

    A historic lodge in a beautiful natural setting, with adjacent lakes, hiking and biking for all levels. Even though it is legitimately a historic lodge, it's not a Craftsman-era masterpiece -- it's no Timberline or Awahnee. But what it lacks in grandeur, it makes up for in quaint and cozy atmosphere. Maybe it's because we were really hungry, but the restaurant served us an excellent meal. It seemed relatively expensive for the area. The bar in the lobby was good.

    Since it's owned by the ski resort, it's foolishly expensive. Bike rentals as an example are $20/hour per bike. 2 bikes for a casual 2 hour ride? $80. For that price you could demo a really nice bike from the bike shop in town. Same pricing for kayaks. We found the bar to be overpriced but the service and drinks were good. It was frustrating that it closed at 9pm. And as much as I like the rooms that feel like they're preserved from the 1950s (really, I do; in a good way), there is the down side -- the walls are thin with no real noise insulation, so if you are a light sleeper pack some ear plugs.


  • Karla
      United States of America
    July 6, 2013

    You can't beat the location for this lodge, right on beautiful Twin Lakes in Mammoth Lakes area…complete with a gorgeous waterfall as a backdrop. There are great biking and hiking trails right at your doorstep…or cabin step as it pertains here. The restaurant is first rate…and the prices reflect that.

    Calling these cabins "historic" is another name for "we haven't paid any attention to these cabins for over a decade". The upholstery is tired, there is very limited storage space, the kitchen space is cramped…the bathroom has hardly any place to put toiletries. They did include a hair dryer, but of course there was no outlet in the bathroom! The patio included 2 uncomfortable chairs and a sappy redwood stump as a table. I had to beg for an umbrella so we could sit outside in the afternoon in some shade after our hike, but they were in short supply and available only on a first come basis. The breakfast that was included in the $20 "resort" fee was minimal and uninspired. Not sure what else that resort fee provided us, there are no horseshoe or fire pits or ping pong tables…not even little places to sit along the lake. Take some advice from Evergreen Lodge in Groveland Tamarack and put a little "love" into the details. It would make a world of difference.


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