Just the place for sunsets and stargazing, the aptly named inn, comprised of a trio of lovingly restored cabins, is just 2 miles outside the Yosemite entrance, nestled on a quiet property that was spared when the 2013 fires devastated nearby forests. Surrounded by chicken coops, a frog pond, and plenty of open space, the cabins have small kitchens and beautiful woodwork, with rockers on the porches. The property has a faraway feel that is a world away from busy park lodgings.