Nine cabins have queen size beds (linen provided) with wall hooks for clothes and numerous electrical outlets.  Cabin One is a wheelchair accessible cabin containing a special double bed with a twin bunk overhead (both with linen) with grab bars for the persons below.  Nine cabins have an easy open futon in the living area that make into a double bed.  Guests may bring sleeping bags for the futons or futon linen kits are available for a small fee.

Each cabin has a private bedroom with screened windows that open providing excellent ventilation.  Window placement in seven bedrooms view westerly to the woods and three view to the south for our early morning sun lovers.

The cabins provide comfort and are very quiet due in part to seclusion, spacing and insulation.  If your window is open, you might hear the coyotes, owls, or the breeze in the pines, but that is about all.

In summer, it is cooler in the mountains at this elevation and we rarely have nights that never cool down.  Typical summer nights are around 55 degrees F.  Summer nights are usually cool or cold and in winter you will stay cosy warm with the easy to operate wood stove or oil filled electric heater.