I have stayed in many cabins, this cabin is top notch. All the little details: CLEAN, everything included, ie; fully stocked kitchen, hair dryer, iron, lots of lightning, hot tub, fenced yard for dog, and hooks in every room for hanging your clothes, towels, etc. Secluded, yet close to Summersville and Fayetteville. Great cabin!! Says it sleeps 8, only 2 bedrooms and 2 beds in loft, but couch does pull out for 2 more people to sleep. Highly recommend.
We stayed for two nights at blue paradise (cabin 1). It has a fairly large fenced in yard which was perfect for our dogs. It was pretty private and a quiet place. We enjoyed the hiking trail near the cabin. The negative part of the cabin is the furniture. I am not picky about beds at all but these were the worst beds ever. All the beds were on wheels and moved around a lot and squeaked if you rolled over. I would stay here again but we would bring an air mattress.
I have been to many cabins in the wild and this one is my favorite by far. It is great trails for all skill levels to choose from and the amenities can't be beat for the location. You can find many other cabins but the value here is best
We stayed overnight here and found it a comfy and clean cabin. Very helpful owners. The hot tub was just what the doctor ordered after a long drive. Very peaceful and had everything you would need apart from your personal toiletries
I stayed in cabin 1, Blue Paradise. All you need to bring are your toiletries (shampoo, etc.), slippers for the hardwood floors, and groceries (coffee is provided). There are plenty of towels, toilet paper, and paper towels. I was pleased that the clothes detergent is free of perfumes. The AC and heat worked fine, as did the DirecTv. There was a glitch with the Wifi, but the owner reset it when she came by midweek to check the hot tub. There are hooks for your clothing but no closets. The switch for the kitchen lights is over the fridge. The strip of lights for the steep outside stairs is solar powered and there was a lot of rain during my stay so they didn't always last into morning. I recommend using Lookout road from the highway to Mallard Lane. Google indicates that Mallard connects with the highway, which is not true. The alley next to the gas station needs a high-clearance vehicle.…