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not some where i would stay. staff very nice. cabins alful. clean as they can get them i guess ? i walk in turn around and left. not any where close to the lake . you have to hike down to lake pretty much straight...More
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Response from GrandMesaLodge, Owner at Grand Mesa LodgeResponded 2 days ago
I'm sorry you did not have a good experience while visiting the Grand Mesa. We do not have any record of anyone check- in and turn around and leave, nor can we find your name in our reservations. Are you confusing us with another...More
If you are expecting luxury accommodations, this may be not your place. But we are repeat visitors and every time we have a great time. The owners, Mike and Rose, make this a wonderful family place to stay.
The cabins are indeed rustic, but that...More
We stayed in cabin number 13. It their smallest cabin, but what a good time we had. Being unfamiliar with gas stoves and heaters, I had to get a lesson from Mike the owner, but after that it was a whole lot of fun. It...More
Response from GrandMesaLodge, Owner at Grand Mesa LodgeResponded 8 September 2016
Doug and Amy. We really enjoyed having you here for the weekend. Hope to see you again in the future. Come up anytime that you need some much needed relaxation.
Owners overall were nice people who are honest about the facility. Cabins are very, very rustic - really just a step up from camping - but they have running water and electricity and are very near the trailhead for Crag Crest so it was fine...More
We loved our two night stay. The staff are extremely friendly and nice. The gift shop has a lot of souvenirs and supplies.The cabins are rustic so don't go if you want luxury cabins. The lake is stunning and there is lots of wildlife in...More