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Village Inn At Apgar
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Spectacular View from the room!
User: John S from: Westmoreland, New Hampshire
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 17, 2022
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
Very small but very Clean room.No TV. Internet service is limited at best which is not that unusual throughout the Park. I sat in the chair outside of the room for a couple of hours looking at the view over the lake in Awe! I thought I was in Paradise.
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Beware your neighbours
User: CWGross from: Calgary, Canada
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 8, 2022
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
We had a Creekside Motel Room for two nights, from Monday, Sept.5 to Wednesday, Sept. 7. The room itself was adequate, though definitely overpriced for what you get. You're really paying for a room in the park, not for the room itself. It was the size of a postage stamp, with a bathroom door that hit the toilet and a coffin-sized shower with boiling or freezing settings. It also lacks for any amenities like a mini-fridge. But it did come with a pet spider in the bathroom, who had a good little web going in the corner, right at eye level. The staff were really nice though, spider included. The REAL problem were our neighbours. At around 1am on the morning of the 6th, they came rolling in, slamming doors and carrying on a full-volume conversation of which I could hear every word. The walls are basically a sheet of wood. Their hour-long conversation or so woke me up and kept me up clear through to when we woke up at 5am to go hiking. The next evening and morning they were at it again. They also managed to take over about a quarter of our parking spot and had some nerve to complain that we had parked so close to them (again, as heard through the walls). So yes, beware your neighbours at this motel. It's not the motel's fault, but man... I will say that the motel and cabins do have a nice little space tucked in among the cedars, and it is nice to be on the shores of Lake McDonald. That said, Apgar is also at the very far west end of Going-to-the-Sun Road, which is really far from the central areas. The Lake Mcdonald Lodge/Motel in the west or Rising Sun Motor Inn in the east are further inside the park. Personally, I think next time I will seek other lodging and come back here as a last resort.
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Nice room, great view
User: kimberly215 from: Binghamton, New York
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 10, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
Stayed here with my family during a long road trip. The room was big and cute. It had a coffee maker and some bathroom products. The room has a shared balcony with chairs and a small end table. The view is amazing and it is great to be feet away from swimming and boating in the lake. It was very cheap to rent a paddle board just right of the hotel when facing the water. The only negative is no microwave and fridge. We had a cooler so our few cold snacks stayed chilled but we had to use the office microwave and the office is only open from 8am to 8pm.
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Nice room, view is worth the visit.
User: andrewsbptny from: Brockport, NY
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 7, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
Didn't know what to expect from the outside... the room was a bit dated but VERY spacious with two queen beds and a twin. What makes this hotel special is the view. We had planned to do a little hike around the area, but my boys wanted to swim in the very cold water (which was awesome) and my wife and I decided to have a couple of beers, enjoy the view and the village. Good wi-fi, no tv, no elevator... none of which are complaints, just things of which to be aware! I will return to this hotel if I'm able to secure a room.
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Wonderful Vacation and Incredible views!
User: poolmaven51 from: Columbia, Missouri
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 25, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
Just returned from a weeks stay at the Village Inn at Apgar and can say without a doubt, the BEST vacation ever in a National Park. The Village Inn is the place to be for the million dollar view and the quaintness. Reminded me of the roadside inns of the past in vacation spots. I reserved 3 rooms, a bedroom unit upstairs, kitchen unit and a single room downstairs as we were a party of 7 adults and 2 babies. The single room was changed out for another kitchen closer to the other rooms as one was available when we arrived. (the fridge and dishwasher were not working) Yes, it is difficult to reserve accommodations here but so worth getting up at 1am CT July 2021 to snag them. D-Rad --the manager and staff were friendly, helpful and just perfect. If you are looking for the Ritz, the service equals that but don't expect anything but rustic. No tv, wifi-iffy, no AC but you don't need it--use the fan, if you need clean towels, just ask otherwise there is no room service daily. All of this was just fine for our group as it is all about the view and the park. The kitchens were fully stocked with appliances, pots/pans, microwave. Small individual coffee maker. Luckily, our son was going camping afterwards and we used his camp coffee pot to make larger amounts for everyone. FYI..if you are bringing babies/toddlers, was informed that this is the only accommodation in the park that can fit pack-n-plays. That is why the rooms sell out in mere minutes. I would go back every year if I could reserve the rooms. It was that GREAT of a vacation!!
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