|Per night||$50 - $120|
|Per week||$320 - $480|
The rustic cabin is located on a private nine (9) acre estate and was originally built in 1925 as a homestead house for loggers. It was restored to a cozy get-a-way cottage. Escape from the hassle of traffic & bright city lights and catch deer grazing in the yard as you sip your morning coffee on the covered front porch, take a walk to a nearby established hiking trail, see eagles soaring overhead or just sit and relax watching the stars under a clear night's sky. It doesn’t get any better.
There are countless things to do and places to see in Northwest Arkansas, from fishing to antique shopping and everything in between. Arkansas is called the "natural state" and contains more scenic byways than any other in the US. Whether you prefer 2 wheels or 4, our roads will bring breathtaking views of the Ozarks and are waiting to be explored. Bring your boat or RV, there's plenty of free parking & you are only minutes away from a free public boat ramp and the un-crowded enjoyment of Beaver Lake’s 30,000 acres of open water and 500 miles of shoreline. Ask about our guided excursion tours.
|Jun 01 2014||Oct 31 2014||$70||$120||$480||-||-|
|Nov 01 2014||Feb 28 2015||$50||$90||$320||-||-|
|Mar 01 2015||May 31 2015||$60||$100||$400||-||-|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: Reservations require a deposit of half of the total price (room rates/no taxes) Reservations on holidays require full payment Balance is required at check-in No refunds for early departure|
|Payment Options: PayPal|
|Other Fees: All rates are based on double occupancy - additions are $10 per person/night. Holidays or Special Events require a 3 night minimum. All rates subject to change without notice. Posted rates include Arkansas required taxes|
NW Arkansas also has ample wonderful placwa to dine and amazing fine arts to be seen at the Walton Arts Center, the University of Arkansas sports and our own AAA Baseball team - the Naturals.
For you history buffs, spend a day visting the Pea Ridge battlefield park - a battle that helped decide the outcome of the Civil War.
locust grove, ok
July 30, 2012
This is a great place to stay. It is very clean, very quiet and peaceful. This is the second year we have stayed here and we are hoping to make this an annual event. Thanks to the owners for making this available.
July 25, 2012
we did not rent this property it was not available
Robin Fuller Scheuerman
July 17, 2012
We wanted a private location, preferably in the country and found it here. The house is an old frame type but perfectly adequate. It was a little buggy, and the AC had a hard time keeping up with the heat wave. We couldn't hear the TV for the window unit, and couldn't close doors for privacy without cutting off the airflow. We came home late one night to find a herd of deer, we counted 11 head, bedding down in the front yard. Their heads all popped up in our headlights, but unimpressed with our arrival, they went back to sleep when we got inside. We were a little disappointed you cannot see the view from the house, but overall were pleased with enough space to get a needed break from each other after long days of exploring the area..
June 18, 2012
How do I say this? I am an idiot for paying for this dump. 1. The views shown are nowhere near the property. In fact, the only view one gets is the field in front of the house. I have no idea where the waterfall is, the property is contained by barbed wire fence on one side and a road on the other. The view of the lake must have been taken on a hike because that is non existent as well. 2.There is no OVEN OR STOVE. Notice how they leave that out when they list the amenities. 3.The place is absolutely disgusting. Cobwebs are everywhere, most of the cabinets dont open, and the ones that do are filthy. 4.The bathtub barely drains, so prepare for a footsoak in a tub that has brown rings all around it.. The makeshift shower was an old plastic thing bubbling up on the sides. I was afraid it was going to collapse at any minute. 5. The carpet is gross and the area described as a chair to relax in is a broken piece of the sectional (from the living room) shoved into a corner. 6. Ticks cohabitate in or near the couch. To be clear, I grew up in the ozark woods. I am used to ticks, spiders, snakes, bugs of all kinds.. But this was different. Ive stayed in cabins all over Arkansas and the rocky mountains and have NEVER stayed in a cabin worse than this. I am an honest guy, so I paid the ridiculous nightly charge... But between the pictures and description, I can say that these people are not honest about the property and should drop the price in half and write an accurate description. However, if you want a nice chat, be sure to speak to the owners. They seem very nice.