Convenient to all of the activities in the area. Great deal for the price. Stayed there with my son and his buddies from college and used it as a launching pad for outdoor activities. We especially appreciated the hot tub when returning blue-lipped and shivering from our rafting trip. :)
Ok let me tell you why I picked this cabin. First off I use a CPAP (I have sleep apnea) so a cabin with electricity is a must. Second reason, a friend a I were in town for the weekend to go rafting, biking, hiking so I wanted to get a place that was centrally located to those activities. Third reason was the price, and fourth I wanted a cabin that had a bathroom in it.
I've been to the area several times in the past for rafting/hiking trips but it was always with work (Outdoor Recreation with the Air Force). Every time we came down for the weekend we had to stay in "rustic" cabins a.k.a. "four walls and a roof". Those cabins had power but that was about it and you had to walk to the shower house/bathroom.
This trip I was paying for it on my own dime so I decided to get what I want. Looked on VRBO and the cabins with a hot tub were what I wanted at first but those were just a little too high for my price range. These Amish cabins are a nice alternative and they aren't too crazy on the price, especially if you're splitting the cost with somebody.
The cabin had a double bed on the main floor and three single sleeping pads in the loft area. I took a look at the loft area and jokingly mentioned it looked like a miniature yoga studio the way the mats were lined up with the way the sheets/linens were rolled up.
Air Conditioner worked great, dorm style fridge worked, microwave worked and there were two pouches of coffee there for the coffee pot. I wasn't expecting that, I had planned to bring my own so that was nice. Also there were bath towels, washcloths and mini soaps/shampoo in the bathroom. One thing I didn't expect was a wall mounted flat screen TV with satellite cable, that did come in handy Friday night when it was raining really bad. WI-FI worked really good too.
These cabins are close to all the rafting companies in the area, the bridge walk, trailheads for the hiking/biking trails, downtown Fayetteville and local stores/restaurants. This cabin worked out great for what I wanted that weekend. I'd stay here again if were coming down there with a small group (4) people.