Decent place, but little too expensive A review of Skyland Resort

Just spent two nights in one of the "heritage" cabins - 2 bedrooms (full beds in each), 2 full baths with shower only, open room with 2 couches, small kitchenette (mini fridge, sink, microwave) and table. No TV, no phone. (though our sprint PCS phones did work there). Our was Peak View #67. Pros: huge porch with chairs and a picnic table, which we couldn't use due to snow/cold weather, fairly clean, nice wood furniture inside. Heat worked ok, but little hard to regulate, in their defense, it is not designed as a winter place to stay, it was closing after next weekend. Location in the park is nice and convenient.

Despite the name, there were no views of the valley or peaks from the cabin.

Cons: At $288/night its a bit overpriced for what you get, though I realize prices are higher because it is a national park. Also, although they were recently remodeled, the quality is suspect - pergo floor, poor fit and finish on windows, doors, trim, sloping floors, handles on shower hard to operate.

All in all, on my next trip I'd probably look for a cabin outside the park that I can bring my dog along to.

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