This charming cabin is located in the pines of Crown King next to a small creek approximately less than one mile away from the town Saloon. The cabin has 1 Bedroom with queen bed, family room with pull out bed, full kitchen, full bath/shower, relaxing porch, fire pit and gas BBQ Grill. The cabin has easy access.
“Beyond beautiful. Would definitely return. Slept like a baby. A true getaway in the sense of the word. The hosts were very helpful in accommodating and checked on me to make sure I had made it in ok. Location is pretty remote and next time I think will rent a truck because the dirt road in is pretty bumpy, but they made sure I knew all bout that before coming. Highly recommend the saloon. 10/10”
Stay in a treehouse! It has a twin bed, a desk, and a dresser. There is a space heater for cold weather. You also have access to the common areas in the shared house which includes WiFi, kitchen, two bathrooms, laundry room, and living and dining areas.
“This was a terrific getaway space. The treehouse is beautifully quaint with so much light that comes through the skylights. Its view at the time of my visit was healthy and green. The space was extremely clean and the bed and bedding very comfortable. I am so very grateful to have found an autonomous and unique space that provided me with the tranquility and comfort I truly needed. The firepit in the back was a lovely bonus. The shared kitchen space was big. The neighborhood is industrial but quiet at night. Thank you to Josh and Kelsey.”
Located 1.5 miles from the famous Crown King Saloon this cozy cabin is Nicely appointed with 2 bedrooms with 1 king and 1 Queen bed, kitchenette, full bath, porch, fire pit and bbq grill. Great parking . No pets please...ground clearance a must to get to the property SUV/Truck/jeep/ Subaru Please register with all guests, exception under 1 yr in a pack and play. Rates are based on number of guests with supplies, garbage, and cleaning all included.
“Clean, comfortable, ideal cabin for a quiet get- away. Great views, lots of stars, lots of hiking, biking, 4-wheeling, fishing at Horsethief Lake, and exploring old mines. Or crash in the cabin and watch TV or movies if it’s rainy or snowy. The hospitality was over-the-top and the hosts were very accommodating.”