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Excelente lugar para pasar un tiempo inolvidable en pareja o con familia
Opinión escrita el 19 de Marzo de 2018
Yo recomiendo,este lugar ampliamente lo visito 3 veces por año muy recomendable en hallo Wen un excelente destino para salir de la rutina y estar en contacto con la naturaleza ya los que les gusta la nieve y esquiar vale la pena andar en bicicleta hay renta por si no llevas la tuya
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Cabañas en medio de los osos
Opinión escrita el 1 de Agosto de 2014
Pasamos dos días en el Shenandoah NP y nos alojamos en una de las cabañas normales. No tienen lujos ni cosas espectaculares, pero son amplias y te sientes rodeado de naturaleza por todas partes. Es un privilegio poder dormir en pleno Skyline. Las zonas comunes también son muy acogedoras. Nos encantaría volver!
El restaurante es decepcionante
Opinión escrita el 19 de Julio de 2008
Por las habitaciones Deluxe merece la pena pagar extra... puesto que tienen unas bonitas chimeneas y decoración de madera. Sin embargo los baños están bastante antiguos. Está bien ubicado y rodeado por el bosque: vimos osos y ciervos en la puerta durante nuestra estancia. El restaurante nos decepcionó bastante, eso sí. La carne era de mala calidad y ya no quedaban algunas cosas del menú a las 20h. Lo que estaba más rico de lo que ofrecían era la sopa de judías. Era caro y las raciones podían ser más generosas. Cuando hace calor, en el comedor hace también muchísimo.
Big Meadows Lodge
Opinión escrita el 6 de Septiembre de 2021
I should start by saying that I LOVE National Park Inns. And I know not to expect the finest in accommodations when. But that being said, Big Meadows is just average.
The location inside the park is great. Just off Skyline Drive with access to the visitors center, a general store and gas station. But trees and weeds are so overgrown that you don't have any kind of view from your room or most of the resort for that matter. You have to get up on a balcony to be able to see.
Rooms are below average. Bathrooms are small and old-fashioned. The deco is old and stale. About the best thing I can say is that it was clean. It was nice that they have AC and TV in the room. There is wifi - but its capacity is overwhelmed by the number of people logged on. IF you get a signal here, you're better off just using your data.
Dining here was easier than at Skyland, but I did go much earlier (around 515). I was able to walk right into the bar and get a table. It was also cool that they had some live music getting ready to start right as I was finishing up dinner. The featured dish at the bar was pizza and it wasn't great, but the drinks I had from the bar were really good.
The staff are all fantastic- they are all fighting with 1 hand tied behind their back bc of Covid. Everyone I interacted with was courteous, professional and genuinely wanted me to have a good experience.
But, for $200 a night, I expect a little more.
Opinión escrita el 5 de Septiembre de 2021
This was an interesting experience, to be sure. I had stayed here with my father about 45 years ago when I was a little girl and had very fond memories. The interior Grand Room looked the same as in my mind, but gone was the Game Room which had a full size air hockey game back then! (No surprise, really.) But, it was fun to be back in the same Lodge after so many years.
We had a bit of difficulty with our original booked room, but the Manager on Duty cheerfully changed our room and ensured all was well with us. Kudos to her as we really appreciated her one on one attention.
The dinner meal at the Lodge’s restaurant (and the breakfast) was a real treat. Excellent, excellent food and service. Scattered times worked well for those waiting to be seated. Really, we just had a few minutes to wait before we were seated. The tables are spaced well apart so we felt very comfortable. We enjoyed everything we ordered and the view is magnificent. You can eat outside on the balcony if you want to have a bird’s eye view!
After dinner, we attended the fabulous Night Star Gazing activity. This was absolutely fabulous! Worth the price of the room alone! Everyone met just outside the Lodge area and sat on the ground or chairs. Once everyone was settled, all the flashlights were turned out so the Astronomer could just use her super-powerful torch. I wish I knew her name, but she was phenomenal! She knew every constellation in the sky and told, with vivid animation, the Greek Mythology tale as to what happened to create this particular set of stars. It was not only fascinating, but mesmerizing. I loved that she could actually point her torch into the sky and draw lines to show where each constellation connects to something else so I didn’t have to wonder, “Was it this star or that one?” Everyone was completely silent as we all listened to her voice, drawing us into a different century with her tales. I recommend this 1000%!
If you are traveling as a family with children and you love to camp, hike, scramble around, spot deer, enjoy waterfalls, or walking through the woods, this is absolutely the place for you. There are many day activities for children and families to participate in. Extremely family oriented. At the Visitors Station and the Gift Shops, there are numerous trail guides, waiting to answer all your questions and give their own personal advice as to which hiking trail, path, waterfall, etc. will work best for your family. Many families camped in their own tents on the property, buying small food items from the General Store, others were in the cabins and eating at the restaurant. Perfect for couples, wanting to get away and wander among nature. We even saw a baby fox, running across the road!
You will be glad you came here! Admission to the Park is free for all military personnel with i.d. cards. Thank you to the Park for supporting the military and their families!