Rustic Cabin In The Woods

Entire cabin hosted by John & Cheryl

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath

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Our rustic cabin in the woods is a perfect location from which to explore the nearby Coconino National Forest on foot or bike, the city of Flagstaff, or Northern Arizona and its numerous attractions (including 7 National Parks/Monuments within 2 hours). Mountain and ponderosa pine forest views stretch outside your front door. It's perfect for active couples and/or for a romantic get-away.

The space
Facilities:
The stand-alone cabin totals 700 square feet, including a full kitchen and a loft bedroom. Unfinished pine walls add to the rustic character. The kitchen contains all amenities including a range/oven, refrigerator, double sink, microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster, tea kettle, blender, and all cooking and eating utensils. Basic kitchen consumables are supplied: salt, pepper, flour, sweeteners, cream, coffee, tea, spices. Eggs, juice, bagels and spreads are provided for a continental breakfast. There is no dishwasher.
An antique cast-iron queen-size bed with pillow-top mattress is the main feature of the loft bedroom, accessible by a spiral staircase. Rustic closets and drawers on each side and a small dresser provide substantial storage space.
The comfortable living area contains a desk, an easy chair, a stereo system and an oversized chair. Between the living area and kitchen, there is a small peninsula table for dining, with a smart TV/Blu-Ray DVD setup. (There is no broadcast TV reception, but a large collection of classic film DVD’s are available for your use, and wireless internet access for the TV and for your computer/phone is included).
The flickering flames of a “simulated fireplace” gas stove provide heat, and a ceiling fan usually provides sufficient cooling during Flagstaff’s relatively cool summers. There is no air conditioning, but several additional fans are stored in the cabin for particularly warm nights. There is a full bath/shower combination just off the living area with an electric wall heater. Bath linens, a hair dryer, an electric clothes iron and bath necessities are there for your use.
There are 2 free parking spaces just outside the cabin. If you would like to sit outside and breathe the pine-scented air, a narrow raised porch, with chairs and a small table, partially surrounds the cabin.

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Where you’ll be

Flagstaff, Arizona, United States

Location & Environment:
The cabin is located at an elevation of 7300 feet (2225m) on a private residential road within view of the nearby San Francisco Peaks, just halfway between downtown Flagstaff (4.5 miles/7 km – about 10 minutes) and the Snowbowl Road (4 miles). (The Snowbowl ski area is another 7 miles/11km) up that road). A bus service to town is available within a 15 minute walk.
The property abuts the Coconino National Forest, and the entire trail system (hike and trail bike) on the south side of the Peaks is accessible directly from the cabin. Area maps, hiking books & travel brochures are available for your study.
Due to the altitude, evening temperatures are typically cool, so bring at least a sweater even in the summer, and have sun protection and water during the day. Flagstaff high temperatures typically average 81F (27C) in July, with an average low of 50F (10C). Thunderstorms, usually short, are common during the “monsoon” months of July and August.
In January, our coldest month, highs average 43F (6C) and lows are typically 15F (-9C). Temperatures below 0F (-18C) are rare –about 4 days per winter. We typically receive about 70 inches (180cm) of snow a year, although the snow normally melts fairly quickly except in December through February.
Winter guests: please discuss with us your method of transport, as automobile access for the last 300 yards can be difficult after a heavy snowstorm.

Hosted by John & Cheryl

  1. Joined in June 2016
  • 121 Reviews
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My wife Cheryl and I both like meeting new people and learning new cultures. We enjoy traveling both in the U.S. and overseas, and usually prefer independent rather than group travel. (We lived in the UK and Norway for several years, and have resided in a number of places in the U.S.).
As hosts, we enjoy showing northern Arizona to our guests, as we love it ourselves. But we also allow them to be as independent and private as they wish.
My wife Cheryl and I both like meeting new people and learning new cultures. We enjoy traveling both in the U.S. and overseas, and usually prefer independent rather than group trav…

During your stay

Your hosts’ house is about 50 yards away if advice or assistance is needed. We will be happy to provide detailed information about the area. There is also a handbook with information about things to see, getting around, shopping, dining, etc. available for your use in the cabin.
Your hosts’ house is about 50 yards away if advice or assistance is needed. We will be happy to provide detailed information about the area. There is also a handbook with informati…
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    Things to know

    House rules

    Checkout: 11:00 AM
    Not suitable for children and infants
    No smoking
    No pets
    No parties or events

    Health & safety

    Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
    Carbon monoxide alarm
    Smoke alarm

    Cancellation policy