**Pets allowed in this cabin but must agree to pet policy below**
These cabins are a cross between a rustic sporting cabin to a vintage boutique get away.
Outside: Large grassy areas in the back and center of the property, picnic areas with tables and charcoal grills located at or near each cabin.Fire pit with log seating(firewood available onsite for small charge).Lots of parking for snowmobiles, boats, and ORV’s.
Guest Access: Access is by electronic keypad.You will receive a text with the code and directions. There is no on-site manager, but we are available by preferably text or email or phone.You may periodically see our grounds-keeper or carpenter or the owners renovating other cabins.
Snow Removal: Our grounds-keeper provides snow removal that clears the driveway, parking area and walkway to the cabin entry. Snow removal is triggered after any event causing 4″ or more of accumulation since last removal. There may be occasions where there are a few inches of snow on the driveway and walkway.A snow shovel and salt are available in the open garage.
Original logs on interior walls with bead-board ceilings
Self check-in with keypad
Check-in after 3 PM
Check-out by 11 AM
Mini kitchen has small counter area, small sink, microwave, mini fridge
Vintage Percolator Coffee Maker with Coffee Pods for 1 pot
Small table in each unit
Linens provided are Sheets for each bed, Comforter and/or Blanket, 2 Pillows per person; 2 Bath Towels,2 Hand Towels and 2 Wash clothes
Small private bathroom with galvanized shower, sink and water closet–lots of hooks for hanging towels and clothes
Toilet paper, 1 roll of paper towel and 1 box of tissue supplied
Individual Mini Tank Hot Water Heat–short showers are a must
Smart TV with Netflix included plus ability to log into your Hulu,Amazon and other accounts
Gas Wall Heater
Open year around
National Forest within a mile of cabins
Access to White Pine trail without crossing US 131 or M 115–snowmobile access from cabins to trail
Maps of trails and local activities provided in cabins
Out of town–in the country but close to everything
Off street parking with room for snowmobiles ORV’s and boats
Air Conditioning in some units
Horse Shoe Pit
Firewood available for additional charge
UPFRONT AND HONEST
Old restored windows and doors can be drafty, especially the floors
Satellite Internet which is painfully slow for surfing, emails etc and will not support gaming
Workers on-site working on other cabins
Located on busy street
The north side cabins have long-term residents, please do not disturb them
Cabins are small and cozy but a bit crowded when beds are pulled out
Water heater is new mini-tank/on-demand hybrid so short showers are best
1) Dogs must be in a kennel if left alone in the Cabin.
2) Dogs must be accompanied at all times on the property.
3) If there is a complaint about a barking dog you must respond immediately to resolve the complaint.
4) You must pick up after your dog – any dog poop found will be yours as we do not allow more than one cabin with dogs and there will be an additional $50 cleaning fee.
No issues whatsoever. Check in/out was easy. Very nice little quiet place.
August 17, 2017 by Chelsea via Airbnb
My husband and I stayed here for a week with two friends and really enjoyed our time! Wes was easy to get a hold of for any questions, we walked into town for food/drinks/shopping etc. The kitchen is small but we were able to make most of our meals
Wonderful stay !
Friendly host ,
Quick responses &
Pet Friendly !
Close to many activities ,
August 20, 2018 by JEAN-PHILIPPE MARTINS
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February 21, 2018 by Dan Cusson
5 star rating
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