Hotels can't match it
In celebration of our wedding anniversary, Daisy and I revisited Prescott. Instead of an in-town hotel, we chose to stay at the Cabin in the Pines location. It was the best choice we have made ( Since getting married!!) Deer checking us out through our window, the delightful peace of the place, and the thoughtful layout of the interior were evidence of a successful effort to provide what is completely unavailable in hotels. The fishing motif throughout the cabin was at the extreme end when it became necessary to replace the toilet paper in the fishing reel--but was offset by Larry's helpfulness when we needed some resupplies during our two week stay. Satellite T.V. is coming, but we found Netflix (if you're a subscriber) or other on -line offerings were sufficient, or better, than the politicized and repetitive Election news Cycle during our October visit. A light weight Eureka Cordless Vacuum might be a helpful addition for future guests use in the reduction of graham cracker crumbs and oak leaves from the maintaining the excellent wood floors and carpet---try it you will like it!
Cabin In The Pines! Secluded - yet close to everything