|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Special pricing has been set up for combining the 2 cabins together. Watershed 11 with 2 bedrooms and Watershed 12 with 3 bedrooms, are walkable between each other via a short path. Pricing these cabins together is the same as our 5 bedroom cabin, Fontana View 3 (slightly higher cleaning/maintenance fee because there are 2 cabins and 2 hot tubs in the combo and only one cabin and hot tub at Fontana View 3). If either cabin is already booked, then this combo is not available.<br><br>
Also, these cabins are located on our 50-acre tract we call the Watershed Resort. What is the Watershed Resort? We have produced a video to answer that question and many more:<br><br><iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/1cYFFIn00Tc?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
<b>For detailed descriptions of this combo of cabins, please see the individual cabin listings for the Watershed 11 and Watershed 12 cabins.</b><br><br><BR><br>
*If the number of people in your party exceeds the "Sleep in Beds" number for the cabin, there will be an additional charge of $10 per night for each person over the "Sleeps in Beds" number up to the "Max sleeping" number.* <br><br>
My family and I rent cabins in North Carolina every year during the Christmas/New Years holidays. We usually rent from private owners but decided on Watershed 11 & 12 this year because we traveled with a larger group. We were initially excited because the pictures and video on the website looked so inviting....professional photographers can work magic. The cabins were not nearly as spacious and clean as represented in the pictures.
REASONS FOR 1 STAR REVIEW:
1. One of the beds fell off the frame and onto the floor - twice. The person sitting on the bed was 5'10" and 165 lbs. Upon further inspection, there were no slats holding up the mattress. It was sitting on a wooden lip that extended from the frame on the inside of the bed.
2. When adjusting the quilt on top of the bed, a cloud of dust rose into the air. We repeated the motion several times with the same result. It was disgusting so we chucked the quilt into the corner until the end of our stay. The linens underneath were not fresh either.
3. Dead wasps inside the cabin and live wasps outside. My stepdad was bitten on his toe by a wasp that got into his room and made a home in his slipper.
4. Customer service. The check-in is 5pm, which is the latest check-in I've ever encountered. I called several times to inquire about an earlier check-in. An extra fee was no issue. At first, I was told there was no early check-in. Then I was told the earliest would be 3pm (standard time for most other places). Finally they said to call the day of arrival after 9:30am to see what could be done. I called the day of arrival and kept going into voicemail. When I finally spoke to someone, she said she would see where housekeeping was on their list. I explained no one had stayed in the cabin the day before as I had been told by another employee during a previous call. After a pause, the lady explained that housekeeping had come through the day before and now they needed to conduct a "final inspection"....if this is how they do business, how do the accommodate reservations on days when people check out at 11am and new people check in at 5pm? The lady took my number and said she would call me as soon as she had information. She never called. We drove 13 hours with 5 people over the age of 60 and had to wait at a Walgreens parking lot until check-in. We never got a call.