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Recent Pine property reviews

  • Embraced by nature

    "We thoroughly enjoyed the stay and the accommodations at Cabin in the Pines. It allowed us to experience nature (birds, elk, deer, wolf) right from the cabin porch. It also is located near our favorite stomping grounds on the Rim. There are a few things of special note about this cabin: 1. We have NEVER in all the times we have rented cabins found bedding that was actually as clean as at this cabin. The pillows and blankets were as fresh as the nicely ironed sheets. (Most often we have ended up washing sheets prior to using a place and avoiding their "stinky" pillows!) 2. The furniture was very comfortable which added to a relaxing stay. 3. Having a noon check out allowed us to gather things in the morning without wasting the day before to pack. 4. Having a fenced yard for our 2 dogs was great. There was no need to worry about them running off to chase some "critter" (albeit it animal or human!). 5. The cabin is well stocked with all the cooking conveniences one would need. And, lastly, 6. The decor was pleasant and tasteful both inside and out. We particularly liked all the little unique birdhouses set up in the trees throughout the yard. We had a perfect view from the porch of a couple of western bluebirds nesting in one of the houses. We appreciate the owners for sharing their cabin. Don was very accommodating and pleasant to work with."
    Guest: MAM Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 7, 2014
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  • Perfect Spring Break Escape!

    "Our VRBO experience was top notch! The cabin was exactly as described and the owner was very helpful! We only needed to bring food as the cabin was fully stocked with all necessities. The kids loved playing in the tree house, on the teeter totter and swings while the moms got to relax on the beautiful porch. We enjoyed excursions into town and loved visiting the Fossil Creek Creamery where the kids got to pet the goat and llamas. We hope to stay again soon!"
    Guest: Robin S. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 2, 2014
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  • Great Getaway from the Valley!!!

    "We were looking for a place to escape the valley heat and find some peaceful relaxation. The Treehouse definitely fit the requirement. Everything was clean and as described. Beds were comfortable, Kitchen was excellent and well stocked. The location is great, surrounded by trees and very quiet. At night the stars leap out of the sky. The community was good also, with lots of shops to visit and great local restaurants. We highly recommend the Natural Bridge State Park. Take the trails, fabulous scenery. Lisa, the Treehouse owner, was very cordial and helpful. Could not ask for a better getaway. We will be back!"
    Guest: Out of the Rat Race Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014
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  • Our favorite cabin, we keep going back.

    "We have stayed at this cabin several times now and will keep going back. This place has plenty of room for everyone. Large kitchen and living room downstairs makes for a great weekend. Actually we spend most of our time and meals out on the porch. We sit out there and read, do puzzles and just watch the dog walkers go by. We have seen elk in the front yard in the past and this weekend a doe and her baby cut right through the front yard down toward the pasture down across the street. The kitchen has everything you need but your food of course, there are movies to pop in and watch, books to read and just an all around very relaxing spot for our long weekends out of the heat of the valley. The owners are extremely nice and helpful, just a click away. A bad lightning or thunder storm knocked out the TV, they drove up from the valley and fixed it on the spot. We walk to town for the antique shops, don't forget the honey store we hit every trip, the herb store and the ice cream shop. There is a grocery right down the street too if you forget anything. We just love this place. And we love the new dog enclosure. Liz and Bill, THANK YOU."
    Guest: Mejane Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: September 6, 2013
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Pine Travel Tips

Pine Cabins Offer Fun for the Whole Family

Pine has become one of the fastest growing tourist destinations Arizona because of its mild weather and natural beauty. Pine, Arizona not only has numerous historical attractions, but also plenty of recreational activities and restaurants for the whole family to enjoy. Choosing Pine cabins is the best way to visit the area because it puts you right in the middle of nature without distancing you from the recreational activities that you want to experience.

Historical Attractions Near Pine Lodging

Pine, Arizona was first established by four families in 1879. These families and the people who came after them left behind a lot of historical buildings that visitors can explore today. You should start exploring the history of Pine, Arizona at Pine Strawberry Historical Society and Museum. They have prehistoric artifacts on display as well as items left behind by early settles. Your Pine lodging will also put you in proximity to The Strawberry School, a one-room schoolhouse erected in 1885. Very few log cabin schoolhouses in Arizona still stand, so this is an important building to see while staying at Pine cabins.

Recreation in Pine, Arizona

One of the best things about Pine lodging is the surrounding natural beauty. This offers numerous recreational activities that you should include in your trip. Arizona High Country vacation rentals make it easy for you to enjoy Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. Tonto Natural Bridge was discovered by a prospector in the late 1800s. Today it and the surrounding areas are open to the public.

Dining in Pine

After a day in the outdoors, you'll want to enjoy a good meal and some drinks. Any Pine lodging is just a short drive from Sidewinders Saloon, which features sandwiches, snacks and specialty mixed drinks that will hit the spot every time. Other nice restaurants include Mama Joe's Italian Grill and Giuseppe's.

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