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"My adult daughter and I stayed at the cabin for a long weekend father-daughter trip.
It was a short drive to both Natural Bridge and Red River Gorge for hiking, which we did plenty of.
There is not much for supplies nearby, but hitting the next exit on the interstate got us groceries and supplies.
The cabin seemed a bit small at first, but then it seemed just right. Back deck was nice for reading and listening to the rain and inside it was surprisingly warm and cozy. Sleep came easy.
One thing that took us a while to catch was that the heater in the living room has a switch on the top/back of the right side of it, that turns it on. Once it turns on, it doesn't need to be on for long. It puts out plenty of heat and the cabin holds it well.
We cooked several meals in the kitchen and had no trouble with what looked liked an old stove. We cooked both on the stove and in the oven and the food came out just fine. There is plenty of china and silverware. The small "dorm" sized fridge was the right size.
The bathroomn is well done and interesting. Gave me some ideas for my own bathroom. Shower is plenty big and the is ample hot water and water pressure.
I ended up folding out the couch for sleeping, though if more than one bed is needed, you might conside a blow-up one.
Since there is no TV, which is a good thing, we ended up listening to the iPod, which was hooked in to a small amp, all weekend. There was a really good selection of good music on it. Some 6,000 songs.
Just after we turned on to KY 77, we stopped for a load of firewood. There were 3 men selling dry wood and they were complete gentlemen. Did a nice job of loading wood in to the car and making sure we had ample kindling.
Only issue was all the rain, which did not stop us from hiking, but did keep us from being able to make "Hobos" in the fire. Ended up making them in the oven, but it was not quite as much fun.
Overall it was a great trip and we hated to leave. We got just what he hoped for out of the cabin."
Guest: AJDate of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: October 16, 2014
"This cottage was perfect for our family and made our trip to The Creation Museum even more memorable! We loved the amount of space for all 5 kids to sleep and access to a full sized kitchen and laundry room! Thank you! :)"
Guest: Amelia S.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 21, 2015
"My husband & I stayed mid-October 2014. Fall was in the air. The cabin was centrally located to so many places, such as the Cumberland Falls, multiple lakes for fishing, & a Big South Fork train excursion. We're not much for hiking; However, there were easy trails that brought you to magnificent views of hills, water falls, & wildlife. The cabin could sleep several, whether a family getaway or the guys getting together for a fishing trip. The cabin is rustic, clean, had everything we needed to make breakfast/lunch/dinner, plenty of towels, had an outdoor grill that we used often, lots of books & games for a rainy day, huge front porch with a swing, large back deck with close to half with a roof covering to sit out when it rains or the hot sun is out to view the forest, & when you sat inside, you could look out any window & get only a view of nature, not paved streets. Late for offering the review simply because fall turned into Thanksgiving, then Christmas, & then the New Year. We would stay again."
Guest: Belinda L.Date of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: January 9, 2015