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This was the 1st time that my girlfriend and I stayed at this place we both agree that it was beautiful there if you wanna be in a secluded cabin away from it all it's exactly what it is it was very awesome very secluded...More
We have stayed here several times a year for almost 20 years, and it used to be Heaven on Earth. However, it was sold last spring, and already the quality has abruptly dropped.
Our cabin was not clean - we had to sweep the floor...More
Short version: Very quiet and comfortable B&B very reasonably priced and under new ownership since Spring 2016. I genuinely want to return to see how the new owners fare!
We stayed in the Mount Hope room for one night which is one of...More
We stayed in the Barn, my husband, daughter, 82 y/o mom and myself. We all absolutely loved it! The fall colors were breathtaking and the "Barn" itself has all the cozy touches that makes it feel like a home away from home. More than enough...More
My husband and I had a great first experience here. Because we booked fairly late, many of the cabins were already occupied, but Becky was very accommodating by putting us in The Barn for two nights and Cinnamon Bear for the third night. On the...More
The Rinker has a full kitchen with table and 3 chairs, 2 chairs in front of gas fireplace and 2 lazy boy chairs in bedroom. Outside on the deck has a table and 4 chairs and a grill. We have stayed in the Rinker multiple... More
The Rinker has a full kitchen with table and 3 chairs, 2 chairs in front of gas fireplace and 2 lazy boy chairs in bedroom. Outside on the deck has a table and 4 chairs and a grill. We have stayed in the Rinker multiple times and just stayed there during the holidays.
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"Cinnamon Bear and Rinker directly across the street. Some road noise, but minimal. Got quieter as the night..."