We are looking forward to our Spring Break get-away and the early season trout fishing. It has been a long cold winter, looking at the same four walls, and we are ready to break out into the wild. The year has be blessed with layers of snowfall that will feed the rivers a continual sip of clear water deep into summer. We look forward to a little hiking on the mountain rims to see the emerging buds of the 2014 new year, and the glory of the spring flowers apon the forest floor.
We have added a lot of photographs to our personal website - www.livingwatercabins.com. You may want to check that website out too, to get more acquainted with our cabin and the area. We look forward to hearing from you.
SPECIALS – Ask about our discounted rates for rentals of 3 or more nights.
Designed by an architect and built by the owners in 2009. This stunning mountain cabin is a luxurious and complete cozy get-away. It is perfect for a couple, but will also please a small outdoor-loving, active family that ventures out into the surrounding Monongahela National Forest to bike, hike, fish, hunt, kayak, photograph and explore. Take all of your toys.
The Williams River is across the field in front of the cabin-150' away. The Cranberry River is short drive over Red Oak mountain into its watershed - 9 miles. The Williams River is more than 25 mile long.
We have a short video that will show details fo the cabin and the surrounding immediate area: http://vimeo.com/20651993 The screened-in front porch with the rocking chairs is a great place to watch the sunrise with your favorite cup of coffee or tea, and the one you love. Or, let your love one sleep in and you enjoy the glory of the dawn, as you refresh your thoughts and mind.
Frequently, there are deer sharing the morning with you as they cross the field. We love to grill many of our meals on the gas grill. The kitchen has plenty of pots, pans, dishes, cork screw, skewers, some spices, etc. Sheets and towels are provided. There is Dishwasher soap.
West Virginia's Department of Natural Resources will make one stocking in January, two in February, and weekly throughout the remainder of the spring on Williams and Cranberry Rivers in 2014. In October there will be two stockings in each river. The stockings on the other surrounding rivers is very generous as well. We wish you Good Fishing!!!
David and Dona,
We wanted to thank you again for letting us stay at your cabin. We had a wonderful trip and the weather was terrific. We arrived at your cabin Friday araound 4:00pm. We ended up doing some sightseeing on the way taking advantage of the sunny day on Friday. Your cabin is fantastic. The living room floor with the stone fireplace is beautiful. The deer head makes it a perfect cabin in the woods. Although we sort of expected a fish or two on the wall instead of a deer. The kitchen had everything we needed for preparing our meals. The bathroom tile looks great around the tub. You guys did a wonderful job throuoghout the whole place. We took Saturday and went to the Cranberry campgrounds and explored a little, then we went to the falls of hills creek and did the trails there, which were very nice trails and the river was nice to walk beside with the waterfalls. We then ventured down to the New River Gorge Bridge. That is an impressive structure. we went through the state park buildiing and watched the movie about the bridge and was taught a brief history of how it was made. We ended the evening with dinner on the grill and your neighbor had put on a spotlight and apparently put food on the ground because when we went in the hot tub about 8:00 we sat and watched deer come from the hills and go and eat whatever he threw around his yard. It was very nice to see them and then to top it off it was a perfectly clear night to see an incredible amount of stars that we never get to see from our hometown. sunday we got up and explored behind your cabin up and down the Williams river for a few hours before we left around noon. we stopped at a few more spots on the way home to take a few more pics since it was another sunny, blue sky day. It was a great weekend, Thanks again.
Our lovely little cabin is remotely located alongside the Williams River well inside the Monongahela National Forest. Williams River Road follows the Williams River for about 28 miles. The Google Property Marker on the Google Map for this listing is short of the actual location by about 5 or 6 miles. The cabin is 2.8 miles on up river from what locals refer to as the 'Low Water Bridge', which is a Forest Route that crosses the Williams River and goes up over Red Oak Mountain and down to the Cranberry River. This is a good marker. The cabin is 18 miles from the Highlands Scenic Highway (State Route 150). The Highlands Sceninc Highway and the Williams River Road intersect 18 miles up-river above the cabin.
It is a beautiful drive along the Williams anytime during the year. The forrest has lush summer greens, vibrant color in Autumn. great trout fishing and excellent hunting all around our cabin, our rivers, and our mountains - All to share with you.
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2 night minimum stay
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