Quiet, cozy retreat
My husband and I rented this cabin for 2 nights thinking it was close to Sequoia National Park. It is not. However, we decided to stay and visit the park on our way out. It is exactly as pictured. The front deck is amazing and we really enjoyed sitting outside and watching birds, and squirrels. We even had a doe and 2 fawns visit us while we were there. The bathroom is really great, the bedroom small but comfortable. The kitchen was a decent size but poorly furnished for cooking. There was only a large cast iron skillet (which I loved) and a metal baking pan and one wooden spoon. Dishes and eating utensils were OK. No pots and pans at all. The vent and light over the stove did not work. Also there was no TV. Not a big deal for the 2 days we were there, we both like to read. Also, there is no cell service in the area. I probably would have not booked the cabin had I known that in advance. We are senior citizens with a large family and felt a little uncomfortable knowing we could not be easily reached in an emergency. Fortunately, no one needed to reach us and we did really enjoy our two days in the cabin. We ate out at the Tavern on the second night and the food was quite good. The closest grocery in in Springville but really doesn't have a good selection of fresh meat or vegetables. Does have a large selection of liquor and wine. Thanks to information Leah provided, we did see some beautiful Sequoia trees in the nearby campground. A nice local lady pointed us in the direction of the Stagg Sequoia which was a short drive and hike. A must see if you are in the area. Lots of places to explore if you are in to hiking, mountain biking, camping.
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