Inn The Country
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Mariposa
Up at 6.30 ready for 7am breakfast and 7.30 pick up for our day tour of Yosemite. Complimentary continental breakfast raisin bran, raisin toast, juice and coffee.
Our guide, Glen, picked us up just before 7.30 and said he had to pick up another family of 4 in a different town. So off we went back down highway 41 the way we had come yesterday. As we drove he told us some local history. This was the area where the California gold rush of ...
... gentleman in the bar last night had said. So many of them seemed to be damaged by fire and were now lying horizontal and black from what must have been a massive fire.
By the time we got back to the hotel it was gone 8pm, so there was no time for foot washing or anything fancy before we went off in search of supper.
How fast the days go!
They probably don't wash their feet before supper either, but I wonder if days whizz past for bears too?
... hit it off with the older one, 2 days younger than him, and it was wonderful for him to have someone his age to talk with and play with after a month of being with just us and other adults. They invited us for s'mores the following night and we had a wonderful time by the fire, making some new friends.
Because it's so hard to leave this stunning place, we extended our stay an additional night. We didn't get to do a mule ride into the Grand Canyon, so we decided ...
Once we woke up and ate breakfast we headed back over to Pinto lake to fish. We had decided we would drive back up to San Francisco to see the rest of the stuff, but then realized the museums are not open on Mondays…bummer. I hate wasting anything so it was really bothering me to not use the rest of those passes. Since we already sold our canoe we rented a boat for four hours and made our way around most ...
... and the demons making strange sounds disappeared. The last thing I want to do is replace a transmission on this trip.
Yosemite is often referred to as the Taj Mahal of National Parks and I am not going to debate the subject. We in Canada have the very impressive Rocky Mountains but this park has some absolutely awesome chucks of rock. "El Capitan" and "Half Dome" are 2 of which that are downright spectacular. These sheer cliffed, granite mountains are ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Inn The Country Mariposa
Other places to stay in Mariposa
3125 Wild Dove Lane, Mariposa | B&Bfrom $115
5218 Crystal Aire Drive, Mariposa | B&Bfrom $100
2669 Triangle Road and Highway 49 South, Mariposa | B&Bfrom $125
4472 Ben Hur Road, Mariposa | B&Bfrom $127
3265 Triangle Park Road , Mariposa | B&Bfrom $85
4981 Indian Peak Road, Mariposa | B&Bfrom $65
4501 Bridgeport Drive, Mariposa | 3 star b&bfrom $141
3483 Brooks Rd, Mariposa | B&Bfrom $136