A lodge stay reminds people of simpler times, when dinners were cooked over open fires and bears were still just possums. Be a frontiersman with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $99 for a two-night stay for two, valid for check-in Monday–Wednesday (up to a $300 value)
- $139 for a two-night stay for two, valid for check-in Thursday–Sunday (up to a $340 value)
- $159 for a two-night stay with a 45-minute snowmobile ride for two, valid for check-in Monday–Wednesday (up to a $449 value)
- $199 for a two-night stay with a 45-minute snowmobile ride for two, valid for check-in Thursday–Sunday (up to a $489 value)
All options are valid for standard rooms in the main lodge that include a king-size bed, 32-inch LCD TV with cable, and a private balcony. Guests also receive a complimentary $5 credit toward lunch and a $25 credit toward dinner at the onsite restaurant, Steakhouse. Breakfast entrees start at $6.95, lunch entrees start at $9.95, and dinner entrees such as pasta puttanesca start at $15.95.
Nestled on the banks of Beaver Creek in a scenic grove of pine trees and meandering trails sit the expanses of Hastings Resort. While cushioned from the outside world by 10-acre forest, guests can explore the nearby trails by foot, ATV, or snowmobile all year long. In the summer, fishing and boating become popular local activities, with canoe or small-boat rentals available from the resort.
The main lodge accommodates guests in standard rooms or suites that have modern amenities such as jacuzzi tubs and LCD TVs. A few steps away, a private chalet houses up to 10 people in four bedrooms and boasts its own deck and fire pit. During their stay, guests often choose to dine on juicy rib eye, beef tenderloin, and fresh seafood at the onsite Steakhouse restaurant, which is open for lunch and dinner. Additionally, to help guests feel better about their carbon footprint, all buildings at the resort are constructed of natural materials such as pine, cedar, stone, and naturally occurring bed linens harvested in the surrounding forest.