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Davison Street Guest House

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Atlanta, Georgia
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

Our room was just like the pictures I saw online. Bed was extremely comfortable & so were the pillows! It was nice & clean. Stayed here just one night in room 5. (It's upstairs) Which includes a private bath. There were towels in the room. I paid $109.01. I didn't think that was too bad for what you got and...

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Ontario, Canada
Reviewed 14 April 2016

A friend and I stayed for 6 nights in March where we skied at Mammoth Mt for the week. The guest house was adequate but expensive for a hostel ! No staff were EVER around or seen which we thought was strange and met a few scruffy looking characters who claimed to be sleeping in their cars but using the...

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Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 8 February 2016 via mobile

Davison Street Guest House is a great place to stay. I stayed two nights while skiing and stayed in the men's bunkroom. The guest house was very clean and tidy with a great upstairs living room and kitchen facilities. Very affordable given the location and proximity to Mammoth Mountain.

Thank Ian M
Baltimore, Maryland
Reviewed 11 August 2015

Really nice place. Good clean bunk room and bathrooms, very cool upstairs community room. I exited the Ansel Adams Wilderness at Devil's Postpile and arrrived here by bus. Overall great experience, best backpacker hostel around the Sierras.

Thank Aaron L
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 September 2014 via mobile

Me and my brother stayed here for a night on our way through and were completely overwhelmed by how fantastic this place was! As two English people we were caught off guard by the of handed statement of the owner "yeh don't leave the doors open or the bears will get in". WHAT?! But seriously it is an amazing place...

1Thank Kntpxx
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Reviewed 17 August 2014

The hostel is really nice. It has an awesome view and it just 5 minutes away from the city. We stayed for one night only, but I wished we could have stayed more. It has a really cool common place and a kitchen with some food for you to cook something.

Thank Alejo1989
Long Beach, California
Reviewed 19 January 2014

The location is in a residential neighborhood so i would recommend having a car to get around mammoth lakes. I've stayed in the large shared bedroom has about 8-9 bunk beds with nice plush mattresses. There is a full kitchen here so for those who want to save on meals you can do your own cooking. The place has free...

2Thank Hoben01
La Jolla, California
Reviewed 28 October 2013

Davison Street Guest House is a little gem, with a full kitchen and cozy atmosphere. It offers dorm rooms for the budget conscious traveler as well as private rooms. Wonderful view of the mountains from the patio, it must be the best view in Mammoth. Only 3 minutes from the Village, and 15 from the sky mountain. Definitely worth it.

1Thank SailingHard
New York City, New York
Reviewed 28 June 2013

I first stayed here back in 2001 and last week was there for my second time. Dorm rooms and $35 but private rooms are $70 and can hold up to four people. Shared bath, great kitchen upstairs where you can cook, plenty of cookware, utensils and spices and an awesome living room where you're gonna meet cool people. Thomas was...

1Thank Marcus K
Sopchoppy, Florida
Reviewed 12 October 2010

The customer service was impeccable, although it was just me and another person. I basically have the whole place to myself, which was very relaxing after a few days of backpacking in the Sierras. I had the best sleep in weeks staying here. The price was amazing. There is full-service kitchen which is a big plus because you can cook...

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Address: 19 Davison Street, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Region: United States > California > Mammoth Lakes
Number of rooms: 5
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