Sunnybrook Cabin, a “tiny house” With 3 beds, kitchen, full bath, stream, on large shady lot with privacy—near Mena, AR, is in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains.
This sweet little cabin is an original “tiny house,” like on HGTV, very popular and fun. Yet it is large for a tiny house! A kitchen, living room, bath with tub/shower, two lofts, private deck -- all decorated with sunflowers.
You will be cool in summer and warm in winter with our heat and air.
The cabin sits on several wooded acres, near the border of the National Forest, and only about 800 ft. from the County Road 402, which is a picturesque way to ride to Wolfpen Gap, one of the largest trail parks in the state.
We are just 5 minutes from the charming county seat town of Mena, with its nice art district, good antique shops, and old-timey downtown with the original buildings from the time the railroads were built and the town was born. Yet we do have a 24/7 Walmart, a live theater, movie theater, and lots of festivals.
The open concept living room's focal point is the patio door that looks out on the deck and the stream and wooded hillside. We provide a cozy faux woodstove fireplace (it’s electric, an easy way to take the chill off on cool evenings as well as contribute to the cozy ambiance) in addition to gas heat and air.
There is a very comfortable queen-size sealy posturpedic bed in a little private room, and there are two full-size loft beds up ladder or narrow stairway, room for 6 people to stay. The rate is for 2 adults and two children under 12; additional adults are only $10, additional kiddos are just $5.
There is a TV (no cable) with DVD with a selection of movies! Of course, there is Internet access too.
The charming banquette eating area is in the little kitchen which is equipped with full-size refrigerator, regular size stove with oven, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, dishes, pots and pans. We also stock basic staples such as coffee, sugar, tea, salt and pepper. The local water here is so good you will not want bottled water, and has been tested periodically for safety.
The quiet, paved Polk County Road 42 is good for hiking, biking, or just a leisurely stroll after supper to enjoy nature.
If you like wildlife-watching, just sit outside on your little deck in the morning or maybe at sunset and don't be surprised if you see squirrels and birds watching you. We will keep a supply of feed available to give them a treat. The wooden rocker on the deck is close to the hummingbird feeder, so you get a close-up view of the tiny hummers, and they are quite tame.
As owners, we take pride in keeping the cabin up to your expectations. We have long-term trusted housekeepers who love cleaning the cabin just for you. We have been the owners for 20 years, we live nearby, and our goal is to do all we can to ensure your visit here is pleasant.