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Arriving is wonderful and enjoyable. Leaving, you never want it to happen. That's how this all starts. Your room has a view, large fireplace, room for 3 in the shower, breakfast made on the weekends and offered continental during week days included in the price....More
We loved our stay at the Grand Lodge! It is a beautiful location — tucked up in the trees with great views. It’s just a short walk to all the shops and restaurants in town but far enough away to feel like a retreat. It’s a...More
I stayed here one night en route to pick my son up from camp. Next year, I will plan to visit longer and will stay here again for sure. The owners think of every possible nice touch - nice robes, slippers and toiletries. There were...More
The quiet sound of birds flitting about, the deer roaming in the early morning dew all outside your picture perfect room, overlooking the incredible mountain peaks and 1000 year old pines. If you really want the best there is for a night's stay or several...More
Magnificent inn with great views, extravagant common areas, first class appointments, great rooms and even a free breakfast! Best place to stay in the Idyllwild area by far. The owners/managers Jackie and Brad were super nice too.
The Grand Idyllwild Lodge is an unforgettable boutique luxury lodge nestled among the trees on over two acres of land. Located at the "top of the town," this breathtaking lodge features panoramic views of the …Morepristine, idyllic San Jacinto Mountains, including a majestic backdrop of the monoliths Lily Rock and Tahquitz Peak. Less
Hi, I would take the route through Hemet, it's a little less curvy and shorter than the route from Banning, but it is still mountain roads and if it is foggy it can be slow. Just take your time and drive safe. Part of this... More
Hi, I would take the route through Hemet, it's a little less curvy and shorter than the route from Banning, but it is still mountain roads and if it is foggy it can be slow. Just take your time and drive safe. Part of this area being so beautiful and such a special getaway is the fact that it isn't super easy to get here. We are fully booked this weekend, but if you check idylodging you can see what is still available.