Secluded Woodland Cabin in Prescott National Forest near Phoenix, ArizonaPrescott, Arizona (United States)
Secluded Woodland Cabin in Prescott National Forest near Phoenix, Arizona
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Located less than two hours from Phoenix, the cabin can sleep up to four guests in its two bedrooms with one of the rooms featuring a queen-size bed and the other coming with two twin beds. The rooms have carpeted floors and large windows that allow for unspoiled views as well as vintage dressers, wardrobes, and bedside tables that offer plenty of storage space. The bathroom includes a walk-in shower, a hand basin, and a toilet while basic toiletries and towels are provided by the hosts.
Guests planning to dine in the cabin with home-cooked meals will find the kitchen fully equipped with an oven, stove, a microwave, and a refrigerator as well as cooking utensils and cutlery while there are several supermarkets in the town of Prescott, only 25 minutes away, should guests wish to pick up extra ingredients.
The native rock fireplace is at the center of the living room providing warmth and color in front of comfortable leather seating and it makes for the perfect hangout after a day’s activities in the countryside. Guests can enjoy barbecue meals from the propane grill on the covered deck before enjoying a few cold ones on the porch swing meanwhile admiring the night sky and the soothing sounds of nature.
- Queen-size bed
- Twin/Single bed
- Washing machine
- Dining table
- Cooking basics
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Shared Barbecue
Location + Surroundings
Nearby local services
Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts are treated to an array of activities and attractions to choose from in Prescott and the surrounding areas including hiking, biking, and horseback riding along the miles of trails throughout the national forests of Prescott, Tonto, and Kaibab. Visitors will pass by waterfalls, lakes, rivers, and spectacular canyons and may catch a glimpse of a variety of local wildlife like deer, elk, coyotes, and black bears. Nearby Lynx Lake is the place to be for water sports as guests can kayak, canoe, and paddleboard as well as fish for rainbow trout and catfish.
The town of Prescott itself is home to several bars and restaurants as well as the Smoki Museum, which displays Native American art and the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary where visitors can see an array of native and exotic animals from lemurs to tigers.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
This glamping site is pet-friendly for no additional fee, but guests should be very considerate when bringing pets. Guests who would like to bring pets should please disclose how many dogs they are bringing to the hosts. Dogs are $15 per dog per night. When bringing pets, there should be no accidents, no damage, no poop and no hair. Guests must cover beds and furniture if they are allowing the pets to jump up. Guests might also consider bringing their vacuum to make sure there is not any hair left behind. If pets are left alone in the accommodation, the hosts ask that they are put in a crate if there is a risk of damage or accidents. There should not be excessive barking that disturbs the neighborhood.