Duck Creek Village Cabin Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 6-10
Welcome to our log cabin on a 1/2 acre peaceful wooded lot. Eight adults will sleep comfortably in three bedrooms, each with king-sized beds, plus a sofa sleeper in the main living area. Two more can sleep on the queen-sized air mattress. There are two bathrooms--one shower, one tub—one on each floor. All bedding, linens and towels are included. The upper floor is a charming full-log living area with bright windows, a cozy woodburning stove, sofa, loveseat, satellite television (plus DVD player), dining area, breakfast bar and a fully equipped kitchen. Also located on the upper floor is the master bedroom with king bed, satellite television (with DVD & VHS) and newly remodeled bathroom with shower. The lower floor features two large bedrooms (one with VHS), remodeled bathroom with tub/shower, and laundry room with full-sized washer and dryer. The cabin sits on a level, well-treed and peaceful lot perfectly suited for kids' play, campfire songs and s'mores around the fire pit.
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Lee & Ben Bateman (Cabin People, LLC)
We live in Las Vegas but love the outdoors. Southern Utah is the perfect location for our weekend getaways. It's so awesome, we want to share it with you!
Lee & Ben Bateman (Cabin People, LLC) purchased this cabin in 2006
Why Lee & Ben Bateman (Cabin People, LLC) chose Duck Creek Village
Duck Creek Village, Utah is a perfect home away from home for day-trips to Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brianhead and the Shakespearean Festival in Cedar City
What makes this cabin unique
Our guests enjoy all the comforts of home after their day's adventures. The cabin is on a quiet, woodsy lot with a fire pit for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows in the evening. We regularly have woodland creatures visiting our lot. Deer roam through our property, many species of birds eat right on our front porch, and we've even seen wild turkeys.