You get what you pay for!
So just as the title says you get what you pay for. Ok where to start. How about the pros. When i could not use pay pal to pay for the cabin, the owner let me do a wire transfer to pay for the cabin. The upstairs bed was amazingly comfortable with its memory foam bed. The inside was decorated ok, the kitchen was fully stocked but that was about it. Ok now on to the cons!!! First off when you drive up the drive way to the cabin it looks like it had been vacant for a year. I was told the cabin had been vacant for a month but was ganna be fluffed up for us by the time we got there. This never happened!!!!!!! We got there and the grass was 2 feet tall no landscaping cabin was all weathered, cob webs everywhere inside, dusty, flooring was tounge and groove wall board but grooves hurt on your feet. Not good to use for flooring. The front porch was covered in pollen and not swept. No fan up stairs so it got warm even with windows open. The main road goin over the mountain was right behind the cabin so car lights in the window at night along with traffic noise. All and all i would say you get what you pay for. I would def not pay more then $99 bucks a night for this rental.
Peace of Heaven in the Mountains