We rented the log cabin, which was built in the 1830's. It has been significantly updated and is completely comfortable, but it is not he Hyatt. This is a unique opportunity to stay at this location, I regret other visitors are so critical this cabin is not hypo-allergenic. It is rustic. It is an historic log cabin! It also looks out over 5 acres of bird sanctuary and paths. There are 2 rescued, friendly, and adorable horse on the property. The cave is locked and protected because there are 2000 year old mud petroglyphs inside the cave that were damaged and threatened by vandalism. The cave is also inaccessible much of the year because it is a brooding site for endangered grey bats. You are not going to get a private cave tour. You are going to stay here because you care about the effort to protect this resource. Stay here because it is accessible to Mammoth Cave/Bowling Green/Cave City attractions. Stay here because it is an accessible, fantastic, economical, destination for young families. We will gladly return.