Overview: Vacation cabins are setup for short-term vacationers. Cabins are clean, private and quiet. The cabins are equipped with dishes, pots/pans, silverware, fresh bed linen, towels and paper products. Cabins have a full-size electric stove and refrigerator. A quick stop for groceries you're ready to move in.
Sleeping arrangements: Upstairs the cabin has two bedrooms (the larger BR has a queen-size bed; the smaller BR has a twin-size bed). Downstairs in the shared living area a convertible couch folds out to a twin-size bed. The stairway to the bedrooms is very steep and not recommended for the infirm elderly or young toddlers.
Back to basics: The cabin has no running water. Enough fresh water is provided in five-gallon containers for drinking, cooking, dish washing, and hand washing. An modern indoor composting toilet is safe and sanitary. An good old-fashioned outhouse is also an option. Running water and hot showers are available in the shower building just outside the cabin.
What about house cleaning? The policy is cabins are clean when you arrive because the previous guest left it clean. Please have the same consideration for the guest that follows you. Leave used linen and towels behind in the hamper. Clean linen and towels and provided by the owner. The owner will make the beds before the next guest arrives.
What can I use to clean house? Make hot water on the stove for cleaning. Cleaning supplies are provided. You find a mop, broom, vacuum cleaner, rags and sponges.
No vehicle washing Please do not wash your vehicle on the property. Road residue doesn't belong in the nature cabin parking area.
Other amenities: The cabin has Wi-Fi for Internet, color TV (digital broadcast, not cable). There's plush carpeting thoughout, so please take your shoes off at the door.
Eco-tourism: Vacationing in a solar cabin is "green". Solar cabins are pictured below. See photos for more pictures of cabins.