Our kitchens are all furnished with the basics you would need for both cooking and eating (ie pots, pans, cups, mugs, silverware, etc.). We tell guests that unless you are cooking something that requires a very specific dish, then you should be covered. Each cabin has the place settings for the maximum number of guests in that unit. If you are missing something then please ask at the front desk as we keep extras of just about everything.
All of our 12 Rustic Cabins are free standing, range in size from Studio to 3 bedrooms, and were built between 1910 and 1960. They are very rustic in nature and we try to strike the balance between keeping them as original as we can while still making them comfortable for our guests with newer or updated amenities. Our 6 New Rustic Cabins are all duplexes, meaning you will potentially have a neighbor (for sure on weekends). They were built in the early 80’s with a more open layout and less wood throughout the cabin. We feel they provide for a comfortable cabin experience without the “old” or “rusticness” that can bother some guests.
We do not and here’s why. Offering food increases costs on many levels and by not providing it we are able to keep our rates reasonable. All of the cabins have kitchens, so those looking to save some money are able to bring food and cook themselves. We also appreciate all of our guests who choose to support our friends and fellow business people by visiting the many outstanding restaurants, cafes, pubs, and coffee shops that we have within just a few minute walk or a very short drive.
We do have portable propane BBQ’s on site for our guests to use, no fee. We charge $7 for the little propane canisters to go with them or you can bring your own propane. If you do choose to bring a BBQ it must be propane, NO CHARCOAL. Due to the high fire danger during the months best for BBQing, we are not allowed to use charcoal. It is even quite difficult for residents as it requires applying for and receiving a special permit.