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Our Cabins (North Side)

Come visit us and check out our lovely and quaint comfy cabins. Each of our cosy cabins is uniquely themed and personally decorated.

Room #1 The Mark Twain Room

The Mark Twain Room
The Mark Twain Room

* Queen bed (sleeps 2, max occupancy 4 with futon bed)
* Private bath with standard tub and shower
* Front porch with views of Mono Lake
* Mini Refrigerator
* Coffee Maker
* Non-smoking room

This famous writer, born as Samuel L. Clemens and known for his humor and satire, spent a portion of his travels here in Mono County. In his second book, “Roughing It”, Mark Twain tells of his days and discoveries in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Although not originally impressed with Mono Lake, Mr. Twain quickly came to respect its unique features and sometimes fierce, ocean-like characteristics after the lake nearly took his life during a boating adventure. Nevertheless, he found this place something to write about as you will too when you experience the natural wonders you’ll be surrounded by. The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #2 The Kit Carson Room

The Kit Carson Room
The Kit Carson Room

* Queen size bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with standard tub and shower
* Front porch with views of Mono Lake
* Mini Refrigerator
* Coffee Maker
* Non-smoking room

Born into a family of 15 other children, Kit Carson had to be a survivor from the get go. At the age of 14, he jumped on a wagon train and headed west. He courted many occupations such as a saddle maker, Indian agent, scout and rancher. But it was his illustrious expeditions as a trapper and military guide that made him the legendary hero he is today. The state capital of Nevada is named after him (Carson City) and he is widely spread in movies, novels, comic books and poems. As quoted by a Carson biographer: “If history has to single out one person from among the Mountain Men to receive the admiration of later generations, Carson is the best choice.” The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #3 The Prospector Room

The Prospector Room
The Prospector Room

* Double size bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with old fashion claw-foot tub and hand held shower
* Front porch with views of Mono Lake
* Mini Refrigerator
* Coffee Maker
* Non-smoking room

Eureka!! Ah yes, ye ole prospector…victors and victims of the Gold Rush days (1848-1855). The prospectors that headed to California in hopes to discover the “Mother Lode” were more or less responsible for the refinement of west coast civilization. Small hamlets, like San Francisco, turned into booming cities. Transportation was improved and economies stimulated. Here, the towns of Lee Vining and Mammoth Lakes are established today because of original prospectors. Some left in early retirement, some with empty pockets, while others stayed to promote the now existing commerce. You’ll strike it rich with your own Sierra discoveries and go home with a wealth of memories! The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #4 The Rosa Mae Room

The Rosa Mae Room

* Double size bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with old fashion claw-foot tub and hand held shower
* Front porch with views of Mono Lake
* Non-smoking room

Rosa Mae was a well known "Soiled Dove" in the mining town of Bodie. She ran away from home at the age of 16 to escape an abusive family "working" her way west. In 1892, she came to rest and made a home in the mining town of Bodie. Not knowing how else to make money, she continued her profession as a prostitute. Known as the good hearted Madame, she took in the lonely and lowly and nurtured sick miners during a pneumonia epidemic. Due to the life she led, despite her efforts to save lives, Rosa Mae was buried outside the gates of the town cemetery. The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #5 The Pauite Room

The Pauite Room

* Queen bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with standard tub and shower
* Grass lawn with views of Mono Lake
* Non-smoking room

The Paiutes were the Native Americans who congregated around the shores of Mono Lake for over 5,000 years. More specifically called the Kuzedike Paiute meaning “Fly-larvae Eaters”, they lead a peaceful existence hunting, gathering and trading with other tribes from Yosemite Valley. The paiutes lived in what’s called a wikiup, a teepee-like structure of wooden poles blanketed with sage primarily for shade. When the miners and settlers came in search of gold, their lifestyle was greatly disturbed and they moved on from the area. Visit the local museums and you’ll see the beautiful handcrafted baskets and blankets from the true settlers of this area. The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #6 The Pioneer Room

The Pioneer Room

* Queen bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with standard tub and shower
* Front porch with views of Mono Lake
* Mini Refrigerator
* Coffee Maker
* Non-smoking room

Saddle up your horses and cover your wagons and come stay for a spell! The pioneers were perhaps the hardiest bunch of early Americans that came to this area in search of a new life. Settlements developed everywhere, usually where there was the possibility of finding gold. Most did not survive the harsh Sierra winters as illness and avalanches were known to wipe out entire communities. But welcome the challenge and bridle your day and explore these mountains on foot or horse back as those before you once did. The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #7 The Mono Lake Room

The Mono Lake Room

* Queen bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with standard tub and shower
* Grass lawn with views of Mono Lake
* Non-smoking room

Mono Lake is over 750,000 years old and is so salty that no fish can survive its alkalinity. It is a critical nesting habitat for migrating birds and at times, there are millions covering the water. Over 300 species of birds have been identified here making this a destination for birdwatchers from all over the world. Open your curtains to the scenic and picturesque views of this rooms name sake. The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #8 The Venita Room

The Venita Room

* Queen bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with standard tub and shower
* Grass lawn with views of Mono Lake
* Non-smoking room

Ahoy!! Come on board into a room named after the original tour boat that took people out on Mono Lake. The Venita steamed the lake from the 1930's to late 1940's taking people out to the islands' hot springs or simply a pleasure cruise around the lake. A storm in early part of 1950's put it on land where the skeleton of the hull remains today. Set sail with Captain Tom and retrace the history of Mono Lake as the original passengers did years ago, and learn about the tuberculosis sanatoriums and old movie sets that are still standing today. The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.

Room #9 The Vintners Room

The Vintners Room

* Queen bed (sleeps 2)
* Private bath with standard tub and shower
* Upstairs unit with views of Mono Lake
* Non-smoking room

This room is named after the couple who revived Tioga Lodge and put this historic landmark back on the map. Walt and Lou Vint had a passion for restoration and brought the property to what it is today. Their love of wine and the good life puts the "Vint" in vintner and we open this room to all who follow suit. Come read diary entries about the mysterious bullet hole in the window. Write your own theory and be a part of the Lodge's legends. Be sure to check out the photo album Lou assembled depicting before and after photos of the Lodges progress toward resurrection. This room encompasses so much of the past and present day history of the Lodge you'll never want to leave!! The room is not air-conditioned, but it has a ceiling fan. It does not have a telephone or TV, so it will not interfere with your enjoyment of the rustic lodge experience. Wireless internet access is available in designated public areas - the registration lobby, and restaurant.