We decided to stay close to home to have a girls weekend away, and Cabin Fever fit the bill. Ma and Pa's cabin slept 6 (one on the couch) comfortably. The wrap around covered porch was wonderful - with rocking chairs, sofa and game table. It was too warm to use the wood burning stove, but wood was supplied, and there was also wood available for the outdoor fire pit. Picnic table outside, basic grill, fairly well-stocked kitchen, a bubbling stream off the deck, sunlight filtering through the leaves, and we didn't have a care in the world. Great outdoor pavillion for congregating a large group for bonfire or barbecue. We loved the horshoes, swings and zipline, and managed not to get lost on our short hike through hardwoods and rhododenrons. The cabin was clean, with basic supplies like a kitchen towel, toilet paper, bathmat and rubbish and recycling bags. We'd do it again in a heartbeat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sit in a rocker on your own porch and enjoy nature to the fullest. Seven cabins that make you feel as if you stepped back in time. Enjoy a hike along the trails or by the stream. Explore the horseshoe pit, water wheel, Zip-line, swings, campfire and barbecue grills. Cabins have a kitchen, screen porch, main bedroom with two double beds and a double or single in the loft. Your own mountain for a night or a week. ... more less
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