- Family Friendly,
- High-speed Internet Access,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Air Conditioning,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Thought it would be fun for lunch
We were on the way home but we have discussed many times about stopping. We even made sure it was open before we stopped. I had their burger, which was good and their own 'cut' fries. Real potatoes hand cut, you could tell because they were very inconsistent in size. I really liked them over the pre-cut & frozen you get 99% of the time. We ordered dessert and I believe they called it cobbler but I thought it was granola over fruit. So the hamburger was good, fries were great but stay away from the cobbler. This is an old building, restored by the Forest Service, they give tours. You might find it interesting.
Best food around
This was a place of fantastic food, we had rib eye, chicken fried steak, copper river Salmon! Everything was very very good! Very good price also! The salads were good also! This place gets 5 stars! It’s in the middle of no where so I was very surprised!
Visit Prescott but camp near city limits
Wolf Creek Campgrounds, Lower for singles, Upper for groups, is only 8 miles from downtown Prescott. Improved campgrounds built by the WPA, vault toilets but no water available. Cost $10 night, half for pass holders. As you come in to town on Gurley, take a left at the stoplight onto Vernon Street (the Senator Highway). The paved road ends just after the YMCA Camp and you will see the sign at the next righthand turn. A Federal Campground, you can look it up online and make reservations for the group campground.
bit of history
This place is just the best. The beds are incredible. The whole property is lovely. Plan on spending time reading in one of the sitting rooms. It's like staying in a museum. No tv, but then they didn't have that in 1880. The dining room is lovely, the food was good, generous portions. This place was closed for awhile. So glad it's up and running. We also enjoyed walking the grounds, there is a creek. would be a lovely setting for a small wedding or event. My one friend claimed there was a ghost in her room.
Overnight at the inn.
We arrived late in the afternoon with reservations. The first thing we noticed besides the structure itself was the incredibly fantastic smell of dinner being smoked in their outdoor grill/smoker. After a speedy check in and being shown to our room we headed to the dinning room. They smoke all of their meats themselves. Their smoked chicken is "legendary" in the area. They also serve wine,beer and mixed drinks. One thing to note is the dining room Is only available Wednesday through Sunday. When open the serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. They don't t appear to have any bad food based on our experience and from comments from other diners. The food portions are very generous and the pricing Is reasonable. The rooms in the inn have been modernized with bathrooms, but everything else Is pretty much like it would have been in 1880 to 1900. If you want T.V. and modern room don't stop here. This place is for those who appreciate history and ambiance. Room prices and room taxes are inexpensive. The place Is claimed to be haunted, but we didn't run into any ghosts. Just a bit of old building creaking. The bed was incredibly comfortable as we're the pillows, something I didn't expect. The staff at the in are fun, pleasant and work to please their guests. I recommend you stop here if you love old buildings and history and great food. Is