Setting the Scene
With a centerpiece of a grand 40-foot fireplace made of native rock, our open dining room seats 20, with potential overflow space in the neighboring lounge. A large wraparound porch offers a bonus place to drink coffee or grab a bite with a view. Although the Lodge is not a general store, we do have an assortment of wine, beer, and other beverages for sale.
Why are reservations required for dinner?
Although we would love to accommodate drop in visitors for lunch or dinner, we are a very small ‘boutique’ operation with just a few employees. With no phone on site or grocery store within 3 hours, it makes meal planning difficult. So, we hope you understand that we cannot serve ‘drop in’ guests for dinner. Dinner reservations need to be confirmed 48 hours in advance—to do so simply drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org with your date, headcount, and if there are dietary requirements. The Innkeepers will let you know if they can accommodate your request.
Please note that the lodge is closed for meals on Tuesdays, although Monday overnight lodge guests will be served Tuesday breakfast if desired.
Due to a private reservation, the lodge will be closed July 22nd and the morning of July 23 for walk-in meals (including breakfasts).
The lodge is open for meals Wednesday through Monday at the hours listed below. Monday overnight lodge guests will be served breakfast Tuesday morning if desired. Please note reservations are required for dinner as noted below.
BREAKFAST: open 7:30 am to 10:00 am – $20/meal
No reservations required, but if you have a group of 6 or more, it would be nice if you could drop us a line in advance at email@example.com.
LUNCH: open Noon to 2 pm – $20/meal
DINNER: Seating from 6:00 – 6:30 pm – $25-35/meal
Each dinner is specially planned for a limited number of guests, so reservations are required 48 hours in advance, and the Innkeeper/Cook will confirm if they can accommodate your request, and provide a sitting time for your reservation. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
DRINKS: A range of beer, wine & other beverages are on the menu.
Big Creek Lodge asks that guests refrain from bringing their own alcohol into the common areas of the lodge.