Have stayed at Cabins at Cloudcroft many times and can't wait to go back again. After reading the other reviews, I think they got a raw deal: so they've had several owners over the past few years, so have many of the businesses in Cloudcroft(that's what comes of a small mountain town and if you've never lived in the mountains, you don't realize how many people move there thinking how great is will be until the first snow, hahaha, think again); also, try to run a business like the cabins - they supply everything for their customers but groceries and personal items, how do you think they can make any money if everything was brand-new? And of course they have to get their money up front - this day and time, too many people skip out on the check(maybe not you, if your reading this, but many people do). Anyway, I think the Cabins are great and stay there everytime I'm in Cloudcroft - many of the other businesses in Cloudcroft should take a lesson in customer service from the current owners as the retail business dealers in town treat their clientele as if they are shoplifters or bums! Unless you have a certain look about when you walk in certain businesses, you don't even get asked if you can be helped! And I've been vacationing in Cloudcroft for years...with family, friends, and solo...spending plenty of money at times and not so much others. But that shouldn't matter; and I still love the area; it's beautiful, quiet, and clean. If I ever get to retire, I want to end up there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- One, two, three, and four bedroom cabins have full kitchens, full sized bathrooms have tub with shower, living room with fireplace or glass-front wood-burning stove, sofa, rocker and/or recliner, cable tv, outdoor seating. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Cabins At Cloudcroft Hotel Cloudcroft