A Night at the Yosemite Bug

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I’m always looking for ways to help make visitors experiences in Yosemite into the best it can possibly be. That’s why today we’re beginning a new series of articles on Where to stay in Yosemite.

The first installment is a very nice review of the Yosemite Bug called “A Night at the Yosemite Bug” written by Ashley Richards. Here’s an excerpt:

Yosemite Blog: “When I learned that I was going to be staying at the Yosemite Bug for a wedding I was attending in Mariposa, I was quite intrigued. With that name, I was not sure what to expect. When we first drove up into the parking lot, I was did not know what to think. There are lower and upper parking lots with one way roads leading to them. The ‘cabins’ are spread out over the hill with stairs leading up to them. We got up to our room and I absolutely fell in love with it! It was the perfect room for us to have. The décor was very much my taste. It had antique beds, nightstands and dressers. The bedding was in gorgeous reds, golds and greens. Apparently, all the rooms at the Bug are in different themes. I got a peek into the room next door to us and it was in a very psychedelic 60’s theme. Some friends of ours had a room there also; their room looked like it was right off of the prairie. I think that the themed rooms are a fun aspect of the Bug because you never know what you are going to get!”

Be sure to read the complete review in our special section: A Night at the Yosemite Bug and for more reviews check out the new Where to stay in Yosemite section .

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