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Yosemite Valley Lodge

Yosemite National Park, California

Our Rating

As the lodging located closest the magnificent Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley Lodge offesr a hideaway location and a chance to get in touch with nature.

As well as the wide array of activities that are available within the park itself, Yosemite Lodge at the Falls offers its own selection of guest services, as well as a helpful guest services desk who will be able to organise activities for you. The on site Nature Shop offers unique locally made products and the lodge’s restaurant the Mountain Room Restaurant serves traditional Californian fare and boasts an impressive wine collection. A seasonal swimming pool is open between late May and early September, and in addition to this the lodge has its own outdoor amphitheatre, enquire directly for evening programs.


There are a range of bedding options to choose from including King, Queen and Double Queen. Family rooms are also available and they include at least one King bed and a set of bunk beds. Other amenities include private bathrooms, refrigerators and a writing desk. Rooms are tastefully decorated in simple, natural colours to blend harmoniously with the idyllic surroundings of the Yosemite National Park. All rooms are designed to coexist with the environment surrounding them and as a result have energy saving lighting and flooring made from recycled materials in each room. Wi-Fi and select television channels are available too, however connection speeds may vary. Family rooms also have DVD players.

Why We Like It

We love traditional feel and the stunning location of this homely lodge.

Remote And Basic


Horse Riding

Disabled Access


Daily House Keeping

Swimming Pool


Great For Families

One of the gems of the US National Park system; moves to protect it date back 150 years when a bill making the valley and a grove of giant sequoias a public trust was signed by President Abraham Lincoln. It became a national park in 1890 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. The great outdoor...Read More


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