The view was great the best stuff in town is with8n a couple blocks.
Charming place, great location,loved the sound of the creek right next to our cabin.
Charming motor lodge. Very well maintained. The front office staff was welcoming and efficient. The main street in Bridgeport offers lots of selections for meals. All in all...a delightful stay!
Staff was super friendly Very clean place Breakfast was better than mistn
We booked this room to stay before going to Yosemite. We got stranded in South Lake Tajoe on our way there due to a snow storm. I called and the Ruby Inn graciously allowed me to move my reservation to the next night at no charge. We arrived after a beautiful drive from Lake Tajoe. Our host was friendly ...
This place is near to Mammoth Lakes, June Lake, and Tioga Pass to Yosemite Valley (though it was closed the time we went), this property is located at a very nice location. Nice Sunrises. Epic Cafe was serving nice food and nice ambiance of sitting outside and having Mono Lake View.
This is an "antique" hotel. The rooms are tiny (with the bath down the hall). However, the bed was comfy, everything was very clean, the Wi-Fi was strong & fast, and the restaurant was good.
Nice for the price. When everything else is booked this is the place to go.
So you're kicking around the idea of a vacation to Bridgeport? If you want a place to lay your head that's located close to Bridgeport attractions, use Orbitz to pick your travel dates, and then presto! Review the list of hotels and other accommodations to identify those that are close to everything you want to see.
Whether you're searching for an apartment or a budget-friendly motel, Bridgeport has 6 choices of accommodations including:
Orbitz can help you find lodging that has all the amenities you want in a hotel, whether that's free parking, a kitchen, or a pool.
If you want a quick meal before hitting the trail to explore your surroundings, think about one of these Bridgeport properties, recommended by guests for their good free breakfast:
Go swimming when you stay at one of these Bridgeport properties, liked for their pools.
Debating whether you're going to need a lightweight jacket or a down coat while you're visiting? Bridgeport is typically warmest in July and August, while it’s usually the chilliest in December and January. The rainiest months are February and March, while the driest months are normally September and July. Here's an overview of rain and seasonal temperatures so you'll be fully prepared for everything Mother Nature can deliver:
If you've got some extra time to explore scenic Bridgeport, think about checking out the hot springs and hiking trails. Stop in at these interesting places during your trip: