Cabin Specs

Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 2
Bed: King, queen, twin bunk and sleeper sofa
Baths: 2.5
Fireplace: Wood (hardwood only)
Fire Pit: Yes (hardwood only)
Hot Tub: No
Dishwasher: Yes
Washer & Dryer: No
Pets: Yes (limit 1 under 20 lbs, please)

Charcoal Grill, DVD, Foosball table, Cornhole

Sleeps 8 – This two bedroom, 2.5 bath property sleeps 8 in one king, one queen, 1 twin bunk setup and a pullout sofa. Sit by the wood fireplace and sip your favorite beverage or enjoy a long hot soak in the jacuzzi tub.  Feed a hungry crew the catch you just caught on the charcoal grill and roast marshmallows over the campfire. With two acres of land, there is plenty of room for the kids to romp. Whatever you decide to do, Beaver’s tooth is a good choice to enjoy some time off the grid and privacy. Also included is DVD player, washer & dryer, dishwasher, foosball table, cornhole game outside, and 1,882 square feet of decking.  Good news:  you can bring your fur baby; however, please limit to one small dog under 20 lbs. please.  

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