Nice, rustic room for a good price A review of Narrow Gauge Inn
We stayed 3 nights at the Narrow Gauge Inn in early July 2003. The Inn was rustic and quaint, with a motel look. The room was comforable, nicely decorated, and included a balcony overlooking the rooms at the bottom of the hill and the mountains beyond. The check in process took a while because there was an error on the number of nights we were scheduled to stay and the charge was wrong; also, the person working the desk was new. When we first entered the room the windows were open; we closed them but were unable to lock them because the locks were broken. We called the office to complain (talked to the new person and she informed us she would talk with the manager) and received a return call while we were at dinner informing us there were additional locks available at the office that we could pick up (the kind of locks that just clip on the window to prevent them from being slid open). This led us to believe they knew the locks were broken but didn't bother repairing them before we arrived. We had dinner at the restaurant our first night; the entrees were good but pricey. Overall, our stay was adequate but nothing special. We had dinner twice at the Tenaya Lodge just a few miles up the street; this is a resort type of hotel and would be our first lodging choice if we return to Yosemite.