Silence Rings Sweet in Storied Yosemite
Narrow Gauge Inn • Fish Camp, CA
- A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Standard King Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($159) or Fridays and Saturdays ($209)
- Seasonal Fruit Basket
- Yosemite Park Entrance Fee
- Combine Unlimited Vouchers to Extend Stay
Midway between LA and San Fran, the piping peaks and yawning valleys of Yosemite impose a ponderous silence—white noise to the typical urban din. Your ears will ring clear as a bell on a peaceful stay away from the crowds at Narrow Gauge Inn, seven minutes outside the storied state park.
"If you want to stay in a place that celebrates its mountainous surrounds, book a room at this friendly inn, four miles south of the park entrance," says Frommer's. "All of the motel-style units have a luxury cabin feel, [some] with A-frame ceilings, little balconies or decks, antiques, quilts, and lace curtains; some have wood paneling."
Wake to dawn-lit clouds cresting over pine tree silhouettes. Save for the hum of the occasional car on a distant road, none but nature speaks as you gaze at Mount Raymond from your private balcony.
Plot a scenic path through Mariposa Grove during a snowshoe excursion through this sanctuary of Giant Sequoias—some of which are pushing 2,700 years old. Badger Pass, inside the the park, is perfect for downhill skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. A nearby horse-drawn sleigh ride or ice skating on the Valley's outdoor rink completes the winter wonderment. There's also a heated motor-coach available to help you tour the park in high-class comfort.
Later come back to your room and warm up with a complimentary hot beverage on your own private balcony.
There's no doubt about it—this Escape to Yosemite is one to remember.
"The Narrow Gauge Inn is a perfect place to stay near Yosemite's south entrance. It is truly charming—with lots of character. The rooms are cute and very clean and comfortable. If we had more time on this trip, we would have stayed here another night."-- TripAdvisor
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- Entire value must be used in a single visit
- Vouchers may be combined to extend stay
- Reservations required and subject to availability
- Cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 96 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
- Not valid on existing reservations
- Taxes/resort fees not included; collected at property
- Based on double occupancy
- Blackout dates include February 15-17, 22-23, 2013
- The guests will be paying the $20.00 Yosemite Park Pass directly to the park ranger when guest goes into the park and property will be refunding guest $20 at check out when they show property the park pass
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