|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
In less than two hours from downtown Phoenix you could be parked and sitting in a lounge chair next to a fire pit surrounded by tall pines, enjoying a north facing cabin at 5,500ft with a 120 degree panoramic view of the Mogollon Rim. The rim defines the southwestern edge of the Colorado Plateau.
Come Alone: and get the best nights sleep you have ever had & finish that book!
Come with a Special Partner: share a glass of wine or beer and enjoy sky full of stars!
Come with Family: and meet your kids - the same ones you only 'watch' at home!
This Place Defines 'Family Time'
The treehouse is a $300,000 all natural log cabin sitting on 1/3 acre. The three levels include: two bedrooms (the master is upstairs with its own deck), two bathrooms, a loft. It also includes a wrap around main deck and has a semi finished basement that includes a pool table, dart board and a full size washer and dryer.
All you need to bring is a change of clothes and your toothbrush. Everything else is provided including a 37' flat panel TV/DVD, propane barbeque and many more amenities.
It is surrounded by tall pines and everynight includes a billion stars and every morning brings cool weather.
Make Your Reservation Today!! A two night stay is great, but a week stay and you will start looking for property - seriously!
Keywords: Cabin, View, Cool Pines, Mountains, Getaway, Retreat, Family Fun, Romantic,
Our Family chose to buy a place in Pine as it is super family friendly. Its is close to Phoenix, you do not have to drive for hours to get to the mountians.
Best view in Pine... Full Log Cabin...
When I received the packet from the owner, I was truly impressed. Impressed because we have stayed in other properties, and none bothered to send us a welcome package like Lisa. We usually drive into Payson for breakfast,etc., but decided to use Lisa's info. Food was great at the Early Bird Cafe. The Antique shops had great bargins,however, when one returns back to Lisa's cabin?? Truly a great treat sitting out on the patio watching the wildlife do their thing.
Thanks once again for letting us hang out in your place for that weekend. Communication was great and and we look forward to staying there once again....
The cabin was very clean and it looked like the kitchen had been recently renovated. The air-conditioning in the master bedroom needs some attention. The hose kept falling out of the window so the room was on the warm side. The view was really pretty from the deck and the location was quiet and private. It was a very nice get away cabin and Pine is awesome.
Lisa was wonderful. The house is fabulous and has many amenities. It was just my husband and myself and we had a great time enjoying the games in the basement and the great views. The kitchen is well appointed, the linens were clean (not dusty or musty) and the house contained everything you could need. Pine is a nice small town (versus Payson - which has a bit of a strip mall feel).
Thanks Lisa for a wonderful weekend.
PS- this would be a great house for a family to stay as the rooms are comfortable and there is plenty to do.
The home was fantastic and the owner was such a pleasure to work with. She made everything so seamless. The home was very clean and completely stocked with everything you could possibly need and more. We were very impressed and can't wait to book again!!
We just stayed in the cabin this past weekend and I can't stop thinking about how soon we can go back! There were four in our group (two couples, late 20s and early 30s). The views in the cabin were great! We kepts the windows open all night and heard Elk calls!
Saturday began with coffee on the upper balcony and a view of trees and mountains that looked like it was printed from a postcard. We hiked in search of geocaches and scenery and were not disappointed! Then we headed up to the Fossil Creek Creamery where we loaded up on delicious fudge and some fig goat cheese for our dinner later in the evening.
The drive back to the cabin was beautiful - we made a point to stop at an antique shop along the way! Excellent prices, service, and selection! We then headed to a local festival, fished at Woods Canyon Lake, and made it home to grill steaks, play cards, and enjoy the fire pit (and s'mores, of course) behind the cabin.
Lisa has stocked the home with everything you will need! While we had packed all of our supplies, it was nice to see a selection of commonly forgotten items available, if needed. There was toothpaste, cleaning supplies, coffee and tea, and even toys, games, and equipment in the basement! There is also a great hammock stand that we wish we had time to use!
The only thing I would change about our weekend is the length of time we stayed- if only it could be longer! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful home with us and other travelers to come.
WE KNEW IT WAS GOING TO BE GREAT STAY WHEN WE PULLED INTO DRIVEWAY AND 3 DEER WERE WAITING FOR US TO ARRIVE AND FOR THE NEXT 3 DAYS THEY AND ABOUT 5 DEER TOURED THE PROPERTY SEVERAL TIME A DAY ALONG WITH RABBITS AND SQURRELS........AND LOTS OF BLUE JAYS WHO KEPT STEALING THE NUTS WE THREW TO THE SQUIRRELS.......BUT THE DEER ALSO KEPT EATING THE CARROTS FOR THE RABBITS........
THE PROPERTY IS SO CLOSE TO FOREST SERVICE LAND YOU FEEL MILES AWAY FROM TOWN WHICH IS STILL ONLY A TEN MINUTE DRIVE AWAY ; WE NEVER USED THE BEAUTIFUL FIREPLACE BUT ITS THERE ; COMFEY BEDS, NICE KITCHEN, AND A DECK OFF THE MASTER BEDROOM THAT IS OUTRAGEOUS YOU ARE AT TREE TOP LEVEL SO THE VIEWS ARE WORTH THE STAY ALONE. THERE ARE NEICHBORS FAILY CLOSE BUT ON THE TOP DECK YOU ONLY SEE ROOFS AND TREES AND THE RIM ALL AROUND YOU...ITS A BIT RUSTIC BUT ITS A LOG CABIN IN THE WOODS.....
Close to the Tonto Natrual Bridge and Fossil Creek. Visit either of their websites for more information. While at Fossil Creek you can check out the Fossil Creek Farm featured in the Arizona Republic on July 16, 2012.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
Check In 3:00p.m.
Check Out 12:00noon