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Lake Crescent Lodge is a 1915 gem. The large fireplace pops and crackles; the sunroom has views of lake that are unbelievable and the food is delicious. The cottages lakeside are well worth the price. We sat - bundled up -each night watching shooting stars,...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our Sept '17 visit. The setting is sublime and the lodge is charming. Stayed in the Singer Tavern Cottages and was happy with the close proximity to the main lodge and rocking chairs on the porch. There is a view of the lake...More
Stayed in Lake Crescent Lodge for two nights in October. The lodge lobby is beautiful and cozy with a large fireplace and views of the lake. Our room, Maymere, was next to the lake and very spacious. The bathroom was clean and of good size...More
We fulfilled our dream (or was it a nightmare?) to stay in a Roosevelt cabin. On the plus side, the view and location are fantastic, and the beds were clean and comfortable. While charming on the outside, inside the furnishings are not. The interior needs...More
We spent 2 weeks on a PCH road trip with the Olympic National Park being our first stop. I told everyone how excited we were to have Lake Crescent as our first night stay. I reserved our room online, however when I called on our...More
Response from GEDLosAngeles_CA | Reviewed this property |
Depends upon both the toddler and the stamina of the parents carrying the toddler. Firstly, the lodge is fun and has a beautiful view of the lake and the mountains surrounding it. There is a spacious dining room and I... More
Depends upon both the toddler and the stamina of the parents carrying the toddler. Firstly, the lodge is fun and has a beautiful view of the lake and the mountains surrounding it. There is a spacious dining room and I would be fairly certain that the restaurant will help out with whatever your child might eat (although I don't recall a specific child menu). Secondly, there are numerous trails spreading out from the main area of different lengths and difficulties. I'm certain the main desk can advise you as to the length and challenge of these. If you would want your child to walk, then obviously you'll take a shorter less difficult path. If you have a child backpack so you can carry him or her, then you can go as far as your strength will take you. There are also boat rentals. Not certain when that season starts, so you should check with the desk. Finally, pick your room rental depending upon whether you want an ensuite bathroom or not. The rooms in the main lodge, I believe, only have shared bathrooms in the hall, which can be difficult with a child, so although the main lodge is most attractive, you might want to select a more family friendly room in one of the outer buildings. That said, those outer buildings are really not far off from the main lodge and the restaurant. Just walk past the large parking lot and you've reached the lodge area.
Response from BearBear47 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Jill, Calling them would be the best way to get the correct answer. Getting room reservations was pretty straight forward. Getting the dining room was very frustrating. I was forwarded to voice mail. I called several... More
Hi Jill, Calling them would be the best way to get the correct answer. Getting room reservations was pretty straight forward. Getting the dining room was very frustrating. I was forwarded to voice mail. I called several times and left voice mail message each time asking for a return call. They never called back. About the fourth time I called I got a real person. All fine from there. Good luck.
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"Avoid staying in the main lodge if you don't want to share a bathroom."