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1 Classic Cabin - Super clean family cabin on a large spacious lot with a fenced yard! This cabin has two bedrooms and one bathroom, fireplace, WiFi, cable TVs including a 40in., DVD players. Fitted with all the conveniences of home, 1 Classic Cabin has a full kitchen with new stove/oven, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, blender, toaster, coffee maker, dishes, pots/pans, and more. Relax on the back deck and use the propane barbecue while nestled in the quiet Moonridge surroundings. 1 Classic Cabin is walking distance to the ski shuttle and just minutes to the lake or golf course.
Bedroom one - queen bed, TV, DVD player.
Bedroom two - queen bed.
Maximum occupancy 4. Flat blacktop parking for 2 vehicles and no stairs to climb.
1 Classic Cabin comes with fresh towels, and beds are made up with fresh linens and plenty of cozy blankets. Our dedicated cleaning crew has the cabin clean and ready before your visit and does the cleaning after your stay.
Pets are allowed at 1 Classic Cabin.
No indoor smoking is allowed.
Bear Mountain 1.5 Miles
Snow Summit 1.7 Miles
Lake 1.9 Miles
Oktoberfest 2.8 Miles
Village 2.9 Miles
Super satisfied will come back soon!
This cabin looks just like a mountain cabin should look. It's very small but very cute.
Wonderful, clean, my family enjoy it very much so.
We will very sure to come back again, very soon i hope.
The cabin was awesome. Very cozy feel as the name implies. Personally, my favorite part was that there was no cell reception but the wifi was pretty fast and we had no issues connecting several devices. so, if one really wanted to be in contact with the outside world on vacation, it's easy enough to do. There are several coffee shops close by if you don't feel like making it in the provided coffee maker. The stove worked great and there was plenty of cookware to cook a meal for our group of four tired, hungry skiers/snowboarders. Not to mention the fact that we are 21 and under so we eat more than the average person. (On another note-at 19 years old, I was given no crap for renting out a cabin. I was treated just like any other guest which gave me a very good impression right off the bat). The two queen sized beds were comfortable and there were extra blankets in the closet which we used as we were there in January.
The only complaints we could come up with were that the old wall heater took a couple hours to heat up the cabin because you could only bring it up about 10 degrees at a time per the directions taped to it (we just kept our sweatshirts on), there were some electrical issues with the lights in one of the bedrooms and we had to flip the switch on and off at the breaker a couple of times. Also the vertical mini heaters in each bedroom didn't do anything for heat, so leave the doors open while the cabin is heating up and use the blankets in the closet and you'll be okay.
Definitely worth the money spent for the one night stay. Far better than a hotel.