Pine Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
A perfect getaway in the peaceful tall Pondersa Pines in PINE, Arizona (NOT PINE TOP) at 5500 ft surrounded by the Mogollon Rim. Enjoy the deer, elk and squirrels roaming by as you relax on the cozy front porch with aroma of the pine trees. This home is meticulously maintained inside and out. Located in a quiet culdesac of Solitude Trails. Fully furnished with all the comforts of home. Three large bedrooms, three flat screen tv's, Games, puzzles, wireless internet. The kitchen is fully stocked perfect for preparing the holiday meal. The cabin warms up in minutes making for the perfect winter retreat, Or escape the summer heat and enjoy the cool, peaceful breezes. There is plenty of out door seating and a gas barbecue, large fully fenced backyard with a horseshoe pit under the pines. The charming downtown area of Pine is just minutes away with lots of gift and antique shops, full grocery store, bakery, restaurants, gas stations. Plenty of hiking trails all around. The Tonto Natural Bridge is just 10 minutes away. If you like quading or ATV's, just head up Hardscrabble Rd. in Pine for awesome off roading. Note quads or ATVs must be street legal or you will have to trailer them. Or just simply enjoy the charming cabin and curl up with a good book. See the reviews of past guests and we are happy to send you more photos of our lovely cabin.
Keywords: Pine, Cabin, Mountain, Solitude Trails, Immaculate, Cottage, Chalet, Ponderosa Pines
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About The Owner
Scottsdale resident. We very much enjoy our Pine cabin for a get away from the summer heat or enjoy the fall colors and a dusting of snow. We try to get up there as much as possible.
The Owner purchased this cabin in 2008
Why The Owner chose Pine
We love the pines and the cool fresh air and the overall peaceful feeling we get when staying in our cabin.
What makes this cabin unique
Peaceful surroundings and the wild life, heavily treed area with tall Ponderosa Pines.