2-3 habitaciones, 1 baño completo, capacidad para 6-10
Normas de la propiedad
Política de Cancelación
100% de reembolso para cancelaciones con más de 60 días antes de la fecha de llegada.
Big Ticket Festival
The cabin was quite rustic but served our needs just fine.
Thank you all so much. We had a very relaxing stay and even caught a few fish. The wifi was fine and we didn't ever bother to turn the tv on. MIke was extremely helpful at check-in and we had no issues or concerns during our stay. Thank you again!
Quiet and Peaceful
Wildwinds is a nice place to relax and unwind. Gazing at the mirror surface of the lake while drinking my morning coffee is the best way to start the day. My adult kids and grandchildren enjoyed fishing, hiking, swimming, and sitting by the fire (plenty of firewood is available). The weak wi-fi signal kept everyone off their phones and interacting. We even played games when it rained. Altogether a great experience.
Had a stress free experience
Even though it rained pretty much my entire stay, I still had a great time. It was very relaxing and peaceful.
Peace and quiet, the beauty of nature--and dog-friendly too! Thanks, for visiting, and and I hope you come back soon.
Loved the lake.
The lake and grounds were amazing. Naturally Beautiful.
The cabin was a little rustic for me but for most it is exactly what the kids wanted.
Great for a short getaway
The 3Br 1Ba log cabin we enjoyed for 2 weekend nights was tidy, spacious, rustic-looking, comfortable, and a great way to unwind after a busy day in the area.
My wife and I enjoyed that we had our own refrigerator, washer/dryer, oven, fireplace, couch, dining room table, full-size coffee pot, comfy couch, and could bring the family dog while each kid got a separate room... vs cramming into a single 2Queen hotel room for about the same cost during the busy sports tournament weekend. Our teens (14, 16) however, requested I report they were not thrilled with poor cell service (Tello & Verizon were offline, but my wife's Cricket/AT&T connection was fine), no wifi, and "a bathroom window that makes the shower occupant easily visible outside if someone walked on that side of the cabin". The little ingrates grew up camping, but have gotten spoiled. The adults considered un-plugging part of the enjoyment - and that curtained window faced the woods, not any of the other very nearby cabins or driveway. Meh, kids. They were upset I wouldn't let them bring the Xbox. This may not be the best place to expect to conduct business while out of the office - and that is the point.
Check-in was easy - Rokko greeted us as we pulled in and gave us the tour. We had access to a grill, fire-pit, dock and several boats. The wooded setting was peaceful, and we fell asleep to the sound of peeper frogs nightly. Well, peeper frogs and the heater - we had a late cold/rainy snap, but stayed nice and cozy inside - and the fireplace alone probably could've done the job.
Log cabins have their own certain kind of charm. I think the kids expected a Holiday Inn, but my wife and I enjoyed the experience. The floors throughout were recently updated, the beds were comfortable, and while nobody else's bathroom or kitchen is ever quite like home, nobody had any actual complaints. No wifi was the only real "Huh?" of the short stay - and we spent most of our time out anyway.
We would definitely stay here again if visiting the area. Maybe without the complainy kids next time.
Glad you had a comfortable time and hope the family can come back soon.
Yes, AT&T works best, and now there is WiFi!
(You don't have to tell the kids).