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Spent three nights here. Accomodation overall is very nice. Good sized room with two queen beds that gave us room to live out of our cases. Lovely bear themed decor. Had a detached chalet type room set in the grounds of the house. Simple breakfast served in the main house. Very small thing, but if ...
We took the family here for a weekend getaway and we loved it. It was roomy which was important as we had a 2 yr old with us. The staff was really friendly and helpful. The units were well stocked and clean. The setting was beautiful, perfectly tucked into the mountains.
Nice and clean! Good choice for the area. Seem like it was far away from everything and not many places near by to get something to eat! Not much of a continental breakfast.
Staff & room was nice. Kids enjoyed the pools. We booked it since very limited hotels available for Yosemite, however it is an 1 1/2 hour drive to Yosemite Valley on extremely windy roads with no guardrail (don't drive at night!). A couple of good restaurants in Oakhurst.
Perfect Place to stay in June Lake. We loved that we could walk to any place in this quaint little town. Fell in love with the view from our balcony, due to the "upgrade" we were so graciously given. Staff was so friendly and we enjoyed the old time feel of this hotel.
We had visited Calaveras State Park and needed a place for the evening. Angel's Camp was 24 miles away and this hotel was available. Room was very comfortable, very clean and beds comfortable. No elevator so had to haul suitcases up flight of stairs. If you have kids, pool is outside so cool weather ...
If you’re visiting Yosemite National Park on a budget, you’ll find some great value two-star hotels, motels and inns in the region, many of them offering excellent locations close to the park itself.
The major towns of Sonora, Mariposa, Mammoth Lakes and Oakhurst are good places to start your search. Many of the two-star inns, lodges, motels and cabins here are independent, giving them a unique character and a personal touch. If you prefer to choose a name you recognise, you’ll also find a few two-star chain hotels within easy reach of Yosemite National Park.
Choosing a budget-friendly two-star hotel helps you travel as a family without breaking the bank. Many of the two-star hotels in the Yosemite area are family-friendly, offering handy facilities such as in-room fridges, cots, extra beds and blackout blinds.
There are four main gates to the park, though the eastern gate, close to Mammoth, is closed in winter. If you don’t have access to a car, the best option is to travel to Yosemite Village on the local YARTS bus service. From Yosemite Village, free Yosemite National Park shuttle buses run to many of the biggest sights and attractions within the park. Staff at your Yosemite hotel will be able to tell you where you can find the nearest bus stop.
Start your trip with a visit to Yosemite Village, where you’ll find the Yosemite National Park visitor centre. Famous sights such as Half Dome, Tunnel View and Yosemite Falls are all close by. Ask the visitor centre staff about some of the fantastic hikes, mountain bike trails and climbs in Yosemite. The park is an adventure playground for outdoor activities, offering everything from gentle scenic walks to seriously demanding rock climbing.
Choose a two-star hotel near Yosemite National Park for great value and great facilities close to the park’s iconic sights and outdoor adventures.