Great Secluded Cabin
I had a great stay at Harold's cabin. The pictures accurately reflect how quaint and cozy the cabin is. The cabin was very clean and nicely furnished. Harold's wife had even left a batch of freshly made cookies on the kitchen table for me to enjoy. The cabin is very secluded even though it is quite close to the town of Hot Springs. About the only sound to disturb the chirping of the birds is the occasional train that rolls by on the tracks which run adjacent to the river in front of the cabin. The walk into Hot Springs by way of the railroad tracks takes about 15 or 20 minutes, not much longer than it takes to drive into town. I did a little fishing one afternoon and caught one small fish, but I saw boys in town catching much bigger fish right off of the bridge on the main highway in the middle of town. Something I found interesting is that the Appalachain Trail runs right through the center of Hot Springs. There are even trail markers embedded in the sidewalk which point out the trail. I also rode my mountain bike on the road from the cabin up to the highway. I'd recommend a mountain bike rather than a road bike because the road is not paved. If you want an easy ride, you can just ride along the river. The road from the river up to the highway will give you a chance to test your climbing legs, but the ride back down makes it worth it. After a day of biking, hiking or just enjoying the countryside, the hot tub at the cabin provides a nice secluded spot to relax and have a drink. The tub sits on the porch in the back of the cabin so the access is quick and easy which is nice because the evenings were cool during my stay in October. I'd recommend the cabin for singles or couples looking for a secluded getaway. It's cozy, bright, well kept, and very clean. The road in is not paved, but I was driving a small RV and had no problems getting in or out. I was very pleased with the cabin and truly enjoyed my stay there.
Romantic and Cozy Cabin, Great for Honeymoons & Anniversaries