Description of Glamping Units
This cabin near Prescott National Forest, Arizona can sleep up to 13 guests and is perfect for a large family or friend get-together. Modern and spacious throughout, the master bedroom has a queen-size bed with an en-suite tub/shower while the upstairs loft boasts a king-size bed, a full-size futon, a bathroom, and a Smart TV. The large camp-style bedroom can then sleep seven guests with two twin beds that can convert into a king-size bed and two twins beds with one trundle underneath. Another Smart TV is also located in this room. An additional toilet room is located on the main floor and there is a mudroom for storing shoes and coats, as well as a dog wash for those muddy nature hikes!
With high vaulted ceilings, a wood burning fireplace, and a large corner leather couch, the cozy living room will make glampers will feel right at home. There is also a mounted flat-screen TV to keep all guests entertained, as well as Wi-Fi, an Apple TV/DVD player, and books and games. The fully-equipped kitchen has everything guests need prepare meals for large groups including an oven, a stove, a microwave, and a coffeemaker. There is even a dishwasher and a clothes washer and dryer. Read More
- Dining table
- DVD player
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Radio/Stereo system
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Twin/Single Bed
This cabin boasts two decks with idyllic views of the surrounding forest. The large deck ls on the south side of the cabin and has two tables for with six seats and four seats. On the west side of the cabin, there is a smaller deck with a picnic table that seats six. With an outdoor propane grill, these decks are perfect for outdoor dining and socializing with friends and family.Read More
Location + Surroundings
This cabin is situated in the heart of the forest, just 25 minutes from downtown Prescott, Arizona. A nature lover's paradise, Lynx Lake is just a 15-minute drive from the cabin while Prescott National Forest and Goldwater Lake are half an hour away. Glampers can also reach Coconino National Forest in just over an hour and both Kaibab National forest and Lake Pleasent in under two hours. Glampers can also arrive in the state's capital, Phoenix in two hours and the cabin is easily accessible from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Read More
- Bird watching
Surrounded by National Forests and Lakes, Prescott offers many outdoor activities. With 1.25 million acres and elevations ranges from 5,300 to 8,000, there are beautiful hiking trails, mountain bike trails, and rock climbing. Fishing enthusiasts will also love the well-stocked Lynx Lake that also has a beautiful marina where guests can rent paddle, row, and small electric boats. Goldwater Lakes is also stunning on a hot summers day and is a great spot for canoeing. The many lakes and forests are also the perfect spots for wildlife watching, leisurely strolls, and enjoying an idyllic picnic.
Prescott also has a vibrant arts community and boast numerous galleries, theatres, and music festivals throughout the year. Glampers can enjoy a guided art walk that takes place every month. The tour takes visitors on a cultural journey showcasing everything from formal gallery shows to independent students work. If glampers are looking to learn about the history of America's Old West then they should also visit Whiskey Row. A small strip in the centre of town, it has maintained all of its features from 100 years ago and gives visitors a look into what life was like in the 20th Century. Wine lovers must also visit the many vineyards and take a wine tasting tour to discover the region's excellent, high-quality wines.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
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. Read More