|Address:||22850 Louisville Rd, Park City, KY 42160, USA|
Id like to start off with the positive. The staff is wonderfully nice and accommodating. There can be a nice crowd of people here. There is a large crowd of men that enjoy using the gun range here , but you do see families too. The place was very nice in its day, but is now obviously outdated. It still works for what its meant for. A place to stay for the night and a good bed to sleep in, but the blankets and fixtures, including electrical sockets are very very old. You will need an extension cord most likely since there are two plugs in most rooms, close to the entry. The view in the restaurant is very pleasant and the food is really fantastic. They serve alcohol as well, however, service may be very slow. There is an obvious favortism towards the large groups of "hunters" and gun enthusiasts that frequent here. They also do a breakfast buffet which was fantastic. A weird side note, if youre coming here with your family, SO, or friends and not into guns or activities at the resort, but instead jus needed a place to stay...They might put you in a room far to the left of the resort. This is a good thing and they might even tell you "itll be nice and quiet there." Theyre looking out for you as the boys like to dine outside the main entrance and play music on the weekends. It would be a bit noisy otherwise. I enjoyed my stay here, but wouldve liked to have been prepared and known what to expect. I would still come here again, knowing what you expect.
Halloween day 2015 visiting the area for work. Come to this place and outside is freshly painted although it is very apparent that this hotel has been here for a long time. Go and check in and everything is fine including the lobby area and dining room. Open the door to the room and I am greeted to a very unpleasant aroma. After debating whether or not to get my money back and pay more than twice to stay somewhere else this particular night I masked with air freshener and a candle. I like soft beds and would rate the matresses 7 out of 10. The hotel is overall clean, but the rooms have an awful smell which cannot be described. Thin walls and a toilet that barely flushes. My whole experience thus far as a whole is about a 2 out of 10.... Then the band starts playing. Thats right a band in the dining area is playing so loud that I can clearly hear the vibrations from their drums in my room and its already almost 10 PM. The place is clearly not booked and I dont know why they would put someone so close to a live band at a hotel. My experience was not very good and I hope yours is better if you stay here. I expected this to be more of a family place and maybe just because it is Halloween there are not families here, but it seems like the owner is focused more on arranging bands and painting the outside when the real issues with this place are inside the rooms.
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Like some other posts, rooms were very dated, but the rooms and the facitlity was very clean. They only have one king bed on the whole property all rooms come with two double beds. It was actually kinda nice to because it was away from all the hustle and bustle of life and city and made it more a vacation to the caves. I do recommend, if you are like us, to bring atleast one extra wall outlet plugin that you can plug in more devices. We had 3 cell phones and a lap top, and there weren't enough outlets, but i had brought one along. We paid $ 75/ a night 2nd week of October for 4 days, so it was very cheap and reasonable. All employees were extremley friendly and accomodating. Breakfeast was an all you can eat buffett which was unbelievable awesome food. Never ate the lunch or dinner but i'm sure it was just as good. The property is beautiful and tons of it to explore with hidden and blocked of cave entrances. It's conviently located to Glasgow, where we ate dinner most nights and to cave city and mammoth caves. Key advice if you're not from the area, hotel is in a dry county, but drinks are served at resuarants and such. I had never stayed here before but my boyfriend had 20years ago, and he still loved it when we stayed and i loved it and would definitley stay there again next time we go down to the caves. Well worth our stay for 4 days!
Saw some of the reviews left for this place and I felt I NEEDED to put in my two cents. On one of our "spontaneous" vacations this Spring break we needed a place to stay once we got as far as Cave city. This is where we end up. The staff was SUPER and the rooms were VERY clean. There were no cockroaches in the building! The rooms are outdated but there are new owners who are in the process of fixing the place up. Like they said....Rome wasnt built in a day! The room we stayed in did have two full size beds. There is a nice restaurant and winery. They also have a gun range. My favorite part of the whole place is the view in the morning! We arrived there I the dark. We knew we were up high, but didnt know what to expect in the morning, but let me tell you- it is absolutely beautiful! Red bud trees and other things blossoming and such. Definitely have breakfast at the restaurant there and request a window seat!!! This place is a gem and more people should check it out!!!
Ill start with the good. The staff was amazingly friendly., they treat you like family. The view from the restaurant is pretty nice. Unfortunately thats about it for the positives. The place is definitely in need of some updates, and cleaning. The entire facility has a very musty odor, including the rooms. The A/C in our room was provided via a window unit that was pretty noisy and couldnt keep the room cool. The carpeted floor was disgustingly dirty. One of the kids spilled about a half cup of water on the carpet. I grabbed a wash cloth, laid it on the floor and pressed down. No scrubbing, just pressed down. The wash cloth turned a sickening dark orange, roughly matching the color of the carpet. I wouldve given this place 1 star if it wasnt for the staff. They really were amazingly friendly and helpful. But the bottom line is that you come to a hotel for the accommodations, and you should expect more for $100/night.
Southern Hospitality at its finest! And Pet Friendly! Owners have 3 beautiful dogs of their own who freely roam the property. This wonderful lodge is managed and serviced by the Two Owners and their families. And they all take great pride in their "Grand Old Lady." Back in the 1960s and 70s, this property was clearly a prime destination for a visit to Mammoth Cave. The owners are proudly bringing her back. Their rare Hospitality more than makes up for a few rough edges that still await their renewal. When youre there on weekends, be sure to watch "under the portico" for Live music from aspiring artists Hot out of Nashville. You wont be disappointed. You may even be pleasantly surprised at who might happen to "drop in!" BTW .. When you meet Amber, Tell her Ray Peppers and Poe said "Hello."