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This is the 2nd stay at this location. Just as it was the first time, the staff is welcoming, and very friendly. The feeling you get when you walk in is that of coming home. It is warm and charming, not sterile as most chain...More
The paper mill in Dryden was built in 1912 and the lodge shortly thereafter. Built out log this place has the flair of a different era, when mill managers sacrificed living in the city to move to remote places. Companies would build them hunting /...More
Wonderful food and atmosphere. Prime rib was great. Shrimp was good. Service was good. Had 13 people and everyone was serviced at sometime. Nice wine. All the staff were attentive. A lot to choose from: salad to chicken to steak and fish.
We just stayed at this Lodge overnight on a road trip. If we had had more time it would have been nice to spend another night. Beth met us at reception was friendly, efficient and knowledgeable about the area and where to go for dinner....More
Highly recommend this place for anyone looking for something a higher end than the abundance of truck stops in the area. The house salad dressing is the best I have ever had and the steak was cooked to my liking! I recommend the pepper steak,...More
It is not buffet style; it consists of dry cereals, toast, muffins, donuts, etc. No hot items like a buffet; you can get a hot breakfast in the dining area which you would have to pay for (the dining area also does not open... More
It is not buffet style; it consists of dry cereals, toast, muffins, donuts, etc. No hot items like a buffet; you can get a hot breakfast in the dining area which you would have to pay for (the dining area also does not open as early as the continental breakfast area which is located in the bar area).