Seclusion!!! Off-grid! Broken Bow Lake Stunning Views! 1Bed/1Loft/1.5 BA
Andy & Debbie
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About Andy & Debbie
Andy and I love to travel. We have been to many places such as Canada, Mexico, Hawaii and all over the US. We discovered Broken Bow, OK in 2007 when we began Boating and ATV'g. We instantly fell in love with the area. It quickly became our dream to own land inside of the National Forest. We realized our dream April of 2012. Andy and I immediately began construction on our cabin we call The Cliffhouse. We wanted to share our dream with everyone else as well. We invite to come out to The Cliffhouse. You will feel rejuvenated, relaxed and glad you came. Please give us a call or email us with questions.
Andy & Debbie purchased this Cabin in 2012
Why Andy & Debbie chose Broken Bow
We wanted some acreage for privacy and possible future development.
What makes this Cabin unique
Stunning views, seclusion, privacy, peace.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
As advertised and perfect secluded getaway!
Peaceful and relaxing!
This is the perfect location for a relaxing vacation. Very secluded and private. The view from the deck is stunning. Highly recommend!
We loved the cabin and it’s breathtaking views! It was the perfect place to get away and relax.
Everything about this house is as advertised. It was clean, cozy, and comfortable. The deck was bigger that I thought, has a nice Weber grill, and the deck furniture was new, and nice. You can literally sit on the deck, and enjoy the view all day ( as I did).
I always pay attention to the stars at night, and they were popping! Some of the best you will get to see without driving a ton. We enjoyed watching storms passing over the lake, and the temps were not bad at all, even in July. I grilled out, and didn't break a sweat. i can't do that at home.
We live in the Houston area, and the drive isn't a bad drive at all. 59/69 to Nac, 259 rest of the way, easy to get to. One thing you must pay attention to. When they tell you to use Google maps, listen to them. I thought I had it under control, and I paid the price for not listening to them. You will need a high clearance vehicle, that is true, but very worth the effort.
Hochatown is the nearest community, with a lot of dining options, should you want to venture in to town.
I'll be back for sure!
The drive to the cabin after leaving the Hwy was quite a beautiful adventure.There weren’t many signs indicating which direction to go, but after a couple turn arounds we figured it out.I’m glad my SUV sits a little higher on the road due to the humps on the gravel road and we saw quite a few deer and a variety of other wildlife on the way. My husband didn’t haven’t any trouble at all when he was able to finally arrive the next day. He drives a 4 wheel drive, so for him it was a breeze. Although, after 4 days we discovered the drive was more comfortable in my SUV and we learned how to navigate the humps and rough road.
Upon arriving at the cabin, the view was stunning.Although we were not brave enough to hike to the lake, being able to drink my coffee on the deck of the cabin every morning watching the sun come up over the lake was awe inspiring.
The cabin was quite bright in the mornings with the sun beaming into the front wall of windows, which seemed to help the teenagers get moving.
We took adventures around the lake every day and then retreated to the cabin in the evenings to play cards and games and enjoy family meals.
As a mom, I loved that the cabin came with a washer and dryer so I didn’t have to lug a bunch of dirty clothes home.
I would say my favorite part of the cabin was the view and the fact that although there were other cabins nearby, you couldn’t see or even hear other people. Seclusion was what I was looking for and we got it. I also LOVED that there were NO TVs. It was just quiet family time.
The only negatives to the cabin were that I felt it needed a better cleaning. There were spider webs in a few windows and lots of dead bugs on the window ledge that you could see if you were in the loft. The toilet in the main bathroom was not secured to the floor and was wobbly, but the fact that there was an half bath in the living room was a great bonus for a family of 4. The shower was also quiet dark. Also, the outside of the cabin needed to be weeded around.
Overall, it was an excellent adventure. We would definitely stay in the same property again. Other cabins around or closer to the lake access seemed to be crammed in with people all around you. If you are looking for peace and quiet and the sounds of nature, this is your cabin.
The Cliff House
Great place to stay. Love the solitude. And the View. Great Town. Hochatown
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