3 bedrooms, 2 full baths,
Gary Driggs & Delores Thompson
Max guests: 9 - Two night stay required Two night stay required
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Nice cabin wish it was more secluded, but great area for hiking, rafting in season and just plain beautiful sightseeing. Wish the fireplace was accessible to us, especially being the power went was out the first night. All night from 11:30 pm until 7:30 am. Fortunately a unseasonably warm Dec. night with 57* low. Totally enjoyed the 4 night stay though. Couch and recliner could stand updating. Master bed very comfortable and nice master shower.
Rustic For Sure
This place is definitely rustic. The hardest thing was to find a place to plug in phone chargers....lol. It is a log cabin with window ac units. The kitchen is small and the coffee pot was unusable, but we enjoyed out stay. A little pricey butI would stay there again
thanks for your review. I wish I had known about the coffee pot we keep extra ones here at all times I would have gotten that to you asap. Thanks for your review we hope to see you again.
Great home base for traveling with a family
Perfectly rustic with all the modern conveniences. Easy to find. Location is ideal for rafting adventures. Tons of twin beds to push together for any group size needs. Loved the pebble stone floor in the shower. Two window AC units upstairs and one downstairs. If you have little ones consider bringing a baby gate for the steps and a pack n play for sleeping. Also a baby monitor if you plan on a bonfire because the fire ring is not too far but the tree frogs and insects would make it hard to hear kids inside. We really enjoyed our stay and would definitely rent again if we were coming to West Virginia.
Thanks so much for your review hope to see you again!
Functional cabin just off main roads at a campground.
The cabin was ok. Toaster was missing, small kitchen, but not really usable for much, very few dishes and pans, dim lighting, toilet seat was cracked and we pinched ourselves (we taped it to avoid a more significant injury), overpowering air freshener when we walked in, no stopper for the tub (we had to buy our own), dish cabinet had several knobs broken off (we fixed this for them), the campground overseers “checked in on us” on our second day and let us know they had to kick someone out the night before. They were very nice to us though.
The tv was hit or miss.
We did enjoy the fire pit and the closeness to Fayetteville and our chosen outdoor activities (rafting and hiking).
You will hear traffic at all hours from the main roads and depending on the time of year you can see traffic as well. This is not a private or isolated cabin.
Great location, ok accommodations in historic home
There were several little things that needed fixing (soap dispenser latch in dishwasher hard to close, leaky sink and shower head sprung a leak in downstairs bathroom, no broom or cleaning supplies beyond dishwasher soap to tidy up as you go) but we never contacted anyone while we were there, just dealt with it. There are more beds than room for people to live; we had 3 adults, 3 kids and a medium sized dog with us and it supported us but I don't know how 9 adults (1 king, 7 singles, sofa bed too) could fit unless all they did was sleep there and be outside. Also, there was a doll sitting up in the loft which was creepy to the kids but there's no easy way to get to the loft to get it down. However, it has its pluses too. The location is great, real close to Fayetteville but tucked away in some woods in a campground with minimal highway noise. The fact that it's rustic is real fun too with a spot for a campfire next to the picnic table and swings and a grill on the porch.
+Fayetteville, West Virginia, USA 'One of America's top adventure towns to live and play'-National Geographic Adventure, 'Number 5 Adrenaline Hot Spot -Outside' 'One of America's Top Ten Coolest Small Towns-Budget Travel.'Fayetteville is the activity center for the New River Gorge National Park. Downtown Fayetteville is an historic town with unique shops and restaurants area recreation includes world class whitewater rafting and rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, zip lines and canopy tours, fishing, horseback riding, Winter place ski resort and civil war and historic sites. The Cheat Cabin is located off of US 19, Laurel Creek Road.