On the way to Chapel Hill for Thanksgiving, we reserved The Honey In The Rock for one night. There was a storm that slowed our drive from Michigan, but it was no problem arriving late: The owners gave us the instructions to access the cabin, and we didn't even need to check in.
The cabin was incredibly clean. Everything we needed was right there: a fully-equipped kitchen (with plates, glasses, utensils, wine bottle opener, etc.); instructions for the wi-fi and everything else in the cabin; and wood pellets for the stove. We came with food, so there was no need to leave.
The cabins are not remote, but they are hidden and away. If you stand at the front door and look toward the road, you will see one or more other cabins - but, they way they are configured, you are likely to look out toward the balcony, where you won't see the neighboring cabins (at least in our case). The hot tub was in good shape, and was a great addition to the snow and rain storm during our stay.
We'll definitely be back - next time with our dogs, in one of the dog-friendly cabins.
LGBT Travellers: We did not have any interactions with the staff at this site, so we can't give specific feedback about how friendly they would be. In general, we had no problems in the area (at local restaurants and stores). If the apps are any judge, it seems that Beaver has its share of Gay people.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We offer Luxury Log Cabin Rentals, Each Cabin has Full Kitchen, Washer and Dryer, Wireless Internet, Flat Screen TV, Pellet Fireplaces, Hot Tub on Back Deck of each cabin. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cabins At Pine Haven Hotel Beaver