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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"Our stay at the Cozy Cabin was great! It was very quaint and "Cozy" just like the title said. Sitting on the back patio so close to the water and just enjoying the peace and quiet was just what we were looking for!"
Guest: Louisiana LivinDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 2, 2015
"We have hosted several tailgate events with Hog Tailgating ranging from "laid back" deck parties to more elegant company events in both the upstairs and downstairs. You will not find a better venue. The accommodations are supurb. You have the best of both worlds with beautiful indoor rooms that open up to spectacular decks with stadium views. The valet parking is a great option, is well managed, and allows many guests to focus on having a great time rather than worrying about finding a parking place . It also has very convenient access to the stadium, (approx 2 min walk).
What really sets it apart though, are the hosts! Very helpful, professional, available. It's very evident that thier main concern is for you and your guests to have a great time!"
Guest: Matt BDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 13, 2015
"We stayed 3 nights at Verlos cabin. My husband, myself, my 11 year old daughter, and 16 year old son found that the cabin/home felt like home. The kitchen had everything needed and the living room was big enough for us to relax in. There is "cable" but when you get there you find out they get very limited channels there at the lake so that's a bit deceiving...but who goes to the lake to watch tv anyway? The bathrooms are nice size, though the shower heads are a bit low and low pressure, we aren't overly tall so it was fine. The beds are very comfortable and we all slept well. The walk down to the lake is nicely paved with rocks, the walk back up was fine for us but an older person would need to take it slow. We never even got a nibble on our line but maybe it was too early in the season. The short stop did not have any unlocked wifi as it states, but we had cell phone service the entire time we stayed and explored AR. We went to Eureka Springs (about 45 min away), we also went to Pea Ridge National Park, Turpentine Refuge, and War Eagle Cavern. There were two cabins very close next door and it would be fun to have friends rent one of those and have a real fun time together."
Guest: Peggy D.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 26, 2015
"Being a traveler and used to the amenities of big hotels in major cities, beautiful resorts and vacation homes, I was very surprised to find a gem - Trimble Creek Lodge - in the heart of the Ozarks. From the moment, my brother and I stepped out of the car to our final day at this resort, we were impressed by the level of personalized service by the proprietors, Lorilee and Mike. They were not only warm, hospitable and friendly hosts, but very informative and highly knowledgeable about the area. They lent a special touch to everything – from the welcome sign that greeted us as we entered the lodge, to the bouquet of fresh flowers delivered to the rooms daily. The cabins were very CLEAN, cozy and charming; the décor added to the feeling of a real home.
Upon arrival, and after being led to our quarters, my first impulse was to lay in bed and sleep because I was tired from driving. But the scenery beckoned. The large windows in the lodge offered a view of Bull Shoals Lake that was irresistible and breathtaking. One could read, play a game of pool or backgammon or simply sit, relax and enjoy nature. The gravel paths that meandered around the property offered many surprises – a vegetable garden, a tree house, a homey barn, a small grove of chestnut trees, beautiful rocks from the “Natural State” and breathtaking views of the lake and its creeks.
We sampled Lorilee’s delicious home-made bread, which was freshly baked, but disappointingly, we did not have the time to take the lesson in bread making due to the lack of time.
Trimble Creek offered a lot of privacy and a welcome relief from the stresses of city living.
I highly recommend this beautiful resort and will definitely return and hope to stay longer!"
Guest: NY VisitorDate of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: December 19, 2014