We spent one night in Cabin 15. This was a VERY large cabin. There were only two of us, so way bigger than we needed. This cabin had the hot tub, also. The cabin was clean. The bed was not very comfortable for my taste. The hot tub was an inflatable with no seats that was wired from a 50’ extension cord. My first impression for the cabin was the door to the cabin, which looked like it had been broken into. My husband was greeted by the largest spider he’s ever seen in the bathroom sink. We later met his mate coming down the wall. The cabin had very rough finishes, which would be fine had we not paid almost $190 for the room. Overall, it was very clean.
We got a Groupon deal for a two night stay at Robinhood Village Resort. We stayed on Monday until Wednesday morning. Restaurant was closed while we were there. When I booked our stay over the phone, the lady was so rude and very unprofessional. We were at Cabin #09 which is pet friendly, with a $20 pet fee per stay. There is no kitchen stove, we had to use the outdoor bbq grill which was fine. Some cabins are located very close to each other. Hot tub was private and secluded. There are kayaks available for free use. Overall the place was okay, nothing special. You get what you pay for. There's really not a lot of activities in the local area. It's an okay quite getaway if that's what you're looking for.
The Robin Hood Village is a great concept. My favorite cabins are #s 1 and 2, which were historic originals. There are now 16 plus an RV across the street. May rates are about $186 per night but check for rate changes. There’s also a sweet out and restaurant in site. Hot tubs outdoors with some rooms. The beautiful Hood Canal is across the street.
Stayed 1 night with my husband in Cottage 11. The cottage and its kitchen, shower and bed were great and the walk around the area was really nice. The hot tub amazing as well. Next time I come I hope to experience more of what the resort offers.
First off there were many great things about Robin Hood Village (I am reviewing the restaurant separately). We stayed in cottage #12, we had our own hot tub, the cottage was perfect size for the two of us. Including a small couch/sitting area, a small table with two chairs, TV/WiFi, kitchenette and bathroom. The shower's hot water will run for 15 minutes then it takes 30 minutes to heat back up, this is a posted notice in the bathroom (no tub). There are kayaks to use for free, we did not use this perk as it started to rain. Why the 3 star rating? The bed and pillows were HORRIBLE! I am not sure if the bed and pillows were old or just low quality but oh my goodness we barely slept. My Husband said "if we have spare blankets I would have slept on the ground." For us, part of going somewhere is having a nice cozy place to sleep. Would we stay again? To be honest I am not sure, I love the idea of the cabins/cottages and had thought we would go back with our young children one day... Still deciding. We would NOT stay in cottage #12 due to the poor quality of the mattress and pillow.…