Mother Nature's Inn
Located in the middle of Tahoe City rests the cozy and quiet nest called the Mother Nature’s Inn, a place to sleep for travelers of the great outdoors who enjoy a heaping dose of comfort every once in a while. To call these accommodations “luxurious” would be an exaggeration, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, Mother Nature’s Inn’s homey, log cabin vibe prompts guests to kick off their shoes, whip up a cup of hot cocoa and make themselves at home. Home, as in something like your animal-loving grandmother’s house. Mother Nature’s Inn is known for their several pet-friendly rooms and wild animal-themed decor. For instance, you could be staying the night in the “Bear Room,” with bears dancing all over the pillows, drapes and walls. Or maybe you’ll end up in the “Moose Room” that’s similarly decorated, but with miles of moose. Hopefully your dog doesn’t take the decorations too seriously, or you might have a one-sided (barking) argument on your hands.
No matter what room you end up in at the Mother Nature’s Inn, you’ll be sure to get: a refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer and an iron/ironing board - all the standard hotel amenities. If you’re with kids, simply rent out the room with two double beds, or splurge and get a king or queen size bed for you and your mate and leave the kids to themselves in the double room. At Mother Nature’s Inn, the low rate for all rooms is a win-win. Seriously, this place offers some of the cheapest, cleanest and most comfortable accommodations in town (not to mention - right in the middle of town)! I know what you’re thinking, and the answer is: why, yes, Mother Nature’s Inn does offer a 10% AAA discount. What a place! The friendly staff at Mother Nature’s Inn know what they’re doing. I mean, the inn has been in service since 1945 (not to worry, though, they’ve renovated since then). The inn advertises a prideful 100% non-smoking policy and is located in the heart of Tahoe City, directly across the street from the beach. So if you’re driving through and looking for a place to rest your weary head and probably park your car, too, give Mother Nature’s Inn a call to make a reservation. Don’t forget to bring your pups!