Reservations are now being accepted for May 31 through October 19, 2014.
For reservations email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 Yankee Magazine Editor's Choice: "Best Mountaintop Lodging"
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The Lodge has a total of eight rooms which can accommodate
approximately 34 guests.
No minimum stay required, except on holiday weekends.
Four private rooms with one double size bed, sleeps up to two in each room.
Two private "family rooms" with one queen size bed plus a bunk bed, sleeps up to four in each room.
bunk rooms can accommodate ten guests in each room.
The ground floor Suite houses two of the private
rooms (7 & 8), they are available to rent together (each room has one double size bed) or separately. The Suite has its own
(handicap accessible) bathroom.
In keeping with the rustic nature of the Lodge all showers and bathrooms are separate from the sleeping accommodations.
There are no televisions in the Lodge, but there is wi-fi.
Blankets, sheets, pillows and towels are provided.
Check in: after 3pm (call if you plan on arriving
Check out: 10 - 11am.
Bascom Lodge is a nonsmoking establishment.
Last day for overnight stay is October 19.
Cancellation Policy: Rooms are held with a 50% deposit.
Deposit is 100% refundable with 30 days advance notice of cancellation.
Deposit is 50% refundable with 14 days notice of cancellation.
Deposit is not refunded with less than 14 days notice of cancellation.
Below are the Lodging rates for the 2014 season (tax of 7.7% not included).
Prices include a continental breakfast.
Private Rooms: $125 (one double bed) sleeps up to two.
One of the four Private Rooms available with a double bed.
Private/Family Rooms: $150, sleeps 2 in the Queen size bed ($20 per additional person in bunk beds).
One of two Family Rooms with queen bed and bunk.
Co-ed Bunk Rooms: $40 per person (bunk beds). Sleeps up to ten in each room.
Special Appalachian Thru Hiker Rate: $35 per bunk.
One of two Bunk Rooms.
Reservations can be made for May 31 through October 19.
In 2009, after being closed for two years, the Lodge had extensive restoration work performed and reopened on July 4th, 2009.
The Lodge is now fully operational June - October.
The Lodge closes during the winter months (November - May) and reopens late May/early June.
Bascom Lodge is a 1930s era Arts & Crafts Lodge built by the Civilian Conservation Corp.
There are no televisions or phones in any of the rooms. There is free WiFi.