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TravelPod Member ReviewsAspenwood Resort Browning
Rustic B and B 10 miles outside Browning.
It was very hot and there was no air conditioning. The room was very stuffy. The room was clean and the bed good. Breakfast was not good. All very over cooked.
There was no coffee or fridge in the room and no sign of the very helpful owners we had read about. Altogether disappointing.
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