A quaint inn tucked into the pines, pet friendly and welcoming. Diana is an awesome host, knowledgeable of the area's trails, eateries, and sights. Our room had a stone fireplace, and everything you could need from an ironing board to a new Keurig coffee maker with all manner of pods. Walls are adorned with Diana's bear photographs and a delightful mix of rustic furniture makes the room cozy. Your own bistro table outside is a great place for coffee and cocktails. We will be back!
My husband and our 2 girls wanted to take a quick trip to go sledding and booked a night at the Pine Mountain Inn. It was such as awesome, cozy gem!
The owner, Diana, is amazing. She makes you feel so welcome. We stayed in an upstairs room with tall vaulted ceilings, a fireplace with logs provided, a frig, keurig, microwave. The breakfast provided was perfect.
A quick walk to a great Mexican food restaurant, the local bakery and general store.
We will definitely be back!
This place is terrific, a little gem of a hideaway only a couple of hours from LA. We were looking for something different so I thought a night inland would be nice. What I didn’t expect was:
- SNOW - it began late afternoon and by the time we woke up there were a good 3 inches on the ground. Wonderful snowy end to the Xmas season
- Great room - we had ‘Star’ and it was lovely. Plenty of room, a fire and a little balcony for our snow photos
- Great innkeeper - Diana is a lovely warm person who couldn’t do enough for you. Her mark is all over this place and her passion and love for it shows.
Add in a lovely en suite bathroom, loads of coffee and tea choices, the log fire and the village to walk around and it was a great stopover. If I lived in LA I’d be up there regularly for getaway weekends...
My husband surprised me and took me here for an overnight for Mother's Day. We got to take our dog and the drive to this beautiful oasis in the mountains was also gorgeous. The room was so well decorated... elegant and cozy and clean. The owner, Diana, was so very warm and welcoming. Her photography embellishes the walls in the rooms and around the property and her stories fill your heart and soul. We ate a delicious meal for dinner at the Italian Restaurant on the premises. Completely delightful! We'll be back for sure.
This is a small mountain lodge with only 7 rooms and you’ll be fortunate to get one in this delightful property. It’s nestled in the heart of the little village that is Pine Mountain Club a short amble to the bakery (incredible bear claws that defy description - but they run out quickly) and the equally fantastic Pine Mountain Pizza (a review of that restaurant is separate).
The Pine Mountain Inn is a comfortable hotel with two outside patios for guests to take the light breakfast that comes with the room. We stayed in the Wildflower room downstairs, with its own private covered patio. The bedroom room was ample in size with a queen bed, microwave and small refrigerator. The room also came with a private bathroom shower
The Innkeeper Diana is cheerful and helpful proving a warmth of hospitality often lacking with franchise properties.
Staying at the hotel gives you access to the leisure club across the street which has tennis courts, swimming pools and a cafeteria.
The Pine Mountain Inn is a charming place stay for a weekend getaway. Heartily recommended.