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Mountain Lake Lodge, trivago
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Stay in the Dirty Dancing resort!💃🕺

Nobody puts Baby in the corner...

from £166 per night

Published by
C. 'silver-tooth' Sharpe·15/02/2024
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Pirates takes yourself back to 1987, and a cult movie that still sets hearts racing today, thanks to the dreamy Patrick Swayze and a truly sensational soundtrack! We have found the actual Dirty Dancing resort on Trivago!

Straight to the hotel 🔗

Dirty Dancing was set almost entirely Kellerman's Resort, the invented name for the very real Mountain Lake Lodge, a resort immersed in the greenery of Pembroke, Virginia, in the United States.

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The structure has been, and still is, open since 1987. Since then it's hardly changed at all, at least in the external environments and in the main structure, as well as for the park with adjoining lake, in which it is immersed.

A wooden gazebo, present in more than one scene of the film, including Johnny's dancing class when he's teaching the waltz, is also very recognisable.

Located in the middle of a 2,600-acre nature reserve and surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains, the rustic and historic Mountain Lake Lodge is the refuge where you can still breathe in the air and imagine the scenes of the movie playing out before you.

The resort offers a variety of accommodation, from rustic cabins and cozy cottages, including Baby and her family's cabin, to accommodations in the historic Main Stone Lodge. Ample spaces for large meetings set the stage for romantic weddings and events of various kinds in the heart of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Fancy knowing how a night will cost you? Not much at all, actually! A double, in March, can cost from £166 per night, which is not a bad price at all. In the height of summer, the rates can increase, however.

Have any of you Pirates already stayed there? Let us know if you had...the time of your life there... sorry, but we had to say it.

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