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The staff was great. Everyone was polite and very helpful. Very close to the national park. Good wine. Food was decent. The new owners have put a lot of work in to improving the resort. Very reasonably priced. The room smelled and the beds were uncomfortable. Everything was kind of outdated.
Friendly staff. Okay view only at the dining area. Clean rooms. Comfy bed. Not a terrible place, just extremely understaffed and much needed renovations. It took three hours for anyone to get their dinner, many guests actually left before their dinner arrived and our dinner consisted of two burgers with french fries. The rooms are very clean however...1) All the walls are concrete with no sound barriers. We could hear everything, even the maintenance crew at 2am in the morning having a conversation in the hallway. 2) The doors have no weather stripping so when guests leave their rooms, the doors slam on the concrete and are very loud. This could be a simple fix. It kept my husband up all night with people coming in and out of their rooms. 3) Since the doors have no weather stripping, there was light from the hallway around the entire door, with about an inch visible gap between the bottom of the door and the floor. Not a huge deal but just needs some work. 4) The thermostat had two settings: hot and hot. AC did not work. We didn't call anyone since we were only staying the one night. We slept with just the sheet. 5) Blinds were ragged and there were no draperies. I felt very exposed at night because there were huge gaps where people could see into the room. We were on the first floor with part of the resort just outside our window. Again, this could be an easy fix. Overall, this was not worth the $110 we spent for one night at a "resort." Not sure how all the reviews gave this place 4 stars... Maybe with some tender love and care, this place could be a great getaway.
Great location and beautiful views. The place looks like it's seen better days. Quaint and homie feel. Could use a major renovation. The staff was nice but they served no breakfast claiming there was no power in the kitchen. They said they couldn't even make coffee and no coffee in the room. A little over priced for what you get. It's a shame they haven't kept it in better condition. I'd probably stay in Cave City in the future.
The view the area and scenery We didn't like seeing the place run down. No pool or sauna restaurant wasn't open. We were there 30 thirty years ago and it's really run down sad to see. Nothing for the family to do.
Food was good Room was filthy dirty and everything closes at 6pm
not much the place is a study of deferred maintainance, the food is terrible, the staff generally nice, they charged $2.25 for ice which should be free
Employees are the best thing going for this place. The hotel is a diamond in the rough. The owners are working on it.
Beautiful country setting. Staff were very nice and helpful. Room was huge. Very quiet. No food service. Drove 6 miles to get to Mexican restaurant in Cave City (El Mazatlan). It was excellent, service great, food great.
I'll give credit where it's due: the room was clean and the hotel was close to Mammoth Cave National Park. That's about all I can say I liked. This hotel hasn't seen a decorator (much less a remodel) since the 1970s. My room did have a color TV, although it was the old school square box, and A/C, although it was a window unit from Best Buy. There was literally one employee running the hotel's front desk, the on-property gun range, the winery, and waitressing the restaurant. Not one employee each of those places, just one employee. Speaking of the restaurant, the food was passable at best but the view was top notch.
For $79 a night it was a great place to stay. Ask for a view of the back side of the building. You can see the rolling hills of KY. It was quiet and clean. Staff was friendly. I was glad I booked their instead of the hotels in Cave City with no view. Needs some remodeling
Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Handicapped accessible room Staff friendliness and willingness to help Lack of amenities included (esp wireless access, which was extra). But that is what one would expect in exchange for the low rates.
Good price and great location only 20 mts to cave city and we had not trouble finding it, plus the restaurants were just across the street. The bed was a bit unconfortable, too hard for my taste.
Karen & Gary were excellent hosts. Everything was well kept and clean. The beds were very comfortable. The location was perfect for a visit to Mammoth Cave. Breakfast was delicious and there was plenty of it. We will definitely stay there again when we are in the area.
Inn owners were very pleasant and friendly. The train at night was a bit much... it seemed like 20 trains passed in the night, the tracks are right outside the Inn. Very hard to sleep through that noise.