Top 10 reasons to stay in our cabin:
- 1,000 sq foot of deck to watch the clouds roll by (complete without outdoor living and dining area)
- Seclusion, peace and quiet, yet only a 20-minute drive to town
- Tuft & Needle beds in all 3 bedrooms with the softest 1800 thread count sheets
- Fully outfitted kitchen - everything you need to cook a holiday dinner or host a neighborhood BBQ; you just supply the food
- Let the kids enjoy the playground across the street while you keep an eye out from the deck
- Hike or 4-wheel on hundreds of miles of trails, starting at the end of the street
- Enjoy your vacation with Fido; we accept pets.
- Make it a quick trip or stay a little longer; we are just 80 miles from Phoenix.
- A 20-foot tall wall of windows that makes it feel like you are truly sleeping in a treehouse
- 20 degrees cooler + whole house AC/Heat need we say more!
Germans have the concept of a Stammtisch, a table at the local bar or restaurant reserved for "regulars." Locals would meet at the Stammtisch each day to visit and catch up. Heck, they were even served drinks in their own mug they would leave behind until next time. This is our Stammtisch, a place reserved for friends and family to gather, visit and catch up. We want you to become part of our extended family and join us at the local's table.
A few points of interest: We head to our cabin to experience everything nature and the national forest have to offer. So we don't have cable/satellite TV though we are working on wireless internet. When we are looking for night-time snuggling with our kids, we just pop a movie into the Blu-ray/ DVD player. We even keep a library of movies (mostly PG-13 and below) and lots of board games at the cabin.
The drive to our cabin takes you down Walker Road, which includes 3 miles of county-maintained, dirt road. It is the price we pay for the solitude of the national forest. We have found the road well maintained. Heck, we even drive our sedan to the house quite often. If you have any concerns about the road, please feel free to give us a shout. We have a video we can share of the actual drive.
Our house sits high in the trees, but our drive way does not. Parking is in front of the expansive deck and access to the house is up stone steps that equates to about 2 stories of stairs. The stairs can be uneven and does not include a hand rail. We find the climb is well worth it.
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