Village Green Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVillage Green Lodge Ephraim
Village Green Inn is wonderful. Perfectly located right in the heart of Ephraim, yet just off the busy main road you get quiet and peace. It is a well kept Inn with cookies on arrival and a bountiful breakfast in the morning. Games and socializing in the lobby are encouraged and many new friends are made. Our room was warm and inviting, comfortable and clean. The bathroom may be showing its age, but still it was clean and well kept. The innkeepers are a gem and I wish them well.
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