Mountain Village Resort
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsMountain Village Resort Stanley
Bed was cozy.....but the natural spring hot tub was really nice.
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Travel Blogs from Stanley
... around nearby Redfish lake.
Got back feeling pretty tired and retired to the room, luckily for us a rainstorm soon hit so we were left with a guilt free chillaxing session.
After the stunning panorama's of the Olympic Range in WA and the Lewis Range in Glacier National Park MT I think we were totally spoilt for mountain views, as around here what ...
Today was the long-awaited rafting trip - the first for three of us. We chose White Otter Outdoor Adventures out of Sunbeam, and they were fantastic. John and Carol caravaned with us to Stanley, and along the way we stopped at a scenic overlook and got a gorgeous view of the Sawtooth Valley. In Stanley, we ate brunch at the Stanley Baking Company and were suitably impressed with the sourdough pancakes and other delicious items. From there we drove north along the Salmon River and ...
... finally settled into nourishing soak with mountainous landscape views to get lost in. I do believe I found my happy place!
The time finally came for us to come to terms with the fact that we must depart from lovely Idaho - although, our pace was pokey and there was talk of us returning to the One Way Club for 4th of July festivities...looks like I may need to change the title of this blog from "Cross Country Travels" to "My Idaho Summer Vacation" :)
... to the CIA). This being the case, my blog entry of the previous day had been picked up and Stacey had been reading up on what I had written about the hotel. I breathed a sigh of relief that I had (at least I thought) written some positive things about the hotel. Stacey then went on to say that she had written a bit about Caldwell (with the implied point that I knew nothing about the place when I described it as a 'truck stop'). She had a point, and I ...
We were told that this was a really beautiful place..... so we headed south and were a little disappointed. The lake is rather nice but the camp ground was amongst the trees , many of which had been cut down and left , so we felt like we were in a forestry site. also it was cold, really cold, we left this morning in 25 c and arrived here in the afternoon at about 12 c. We are at a much higher ...