We are grandparents taking 2 teens on a Spring Break trip. We were satisfied with our 3 day stay at Rock Cabins. The location was perfect for exploration of the area and even Louisville, 1 1/2 hours away. The girls had cabin 8 and my husband and I had cabin 1. If you will just be at the cabin to sleep, the small cabins would be adequate. We needed the larger cabin to cook some meals ad play cards in the evening. By the way, there is a Dollar General store about 4 miles toward Cave City that stays open late and has groceries. The cabins are old which is what you should expect from their web site so don't plan on anything modern except the plumbing and TV. They were, however, clean. The water heater in Cabin 8 is small so you must wait a little while between showers for it to recover. As others mentioned, the owners are very kind and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 9 cozy stone cabins and a campground just outside Mmammoth Cave National Park. Built in 1928, these historic cabins have been restored to offer a comfortable place to stay on your visit to the Mammoth Cave area. If you're driving an RV, we can also accommodate you with full hookups in our campground. We have many tent sites as well. Our campsites have 50 amp service and access to full restroom/Shower facilities. Our cabins range in size from three rooms, complete with kitchen and room for 6 adults to a cozy one double bed cabin, prefect for a couple. All cabins have air conditioning, microwave, refrigerator and DISH Network TV. ... more less
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