The SpaceCentrally located close to Fayetteville, 4 minutes from the New River and 15 minutes from the Gauley River and Summersville Lake. We are located in the heart of white water rafting country and also close to National Parks and all activities. Ask what our exact address is for better map than in Airbnb. Close to hiking & biking trails. We have other cabins on Airbnb, if this is filled please look for others or message us. Ask us about local activity discounts like rafting, ziplines, kayaking, etc!!! Very close to the major rock climbing areas, ziplines, and all rafting companies. Newly built cabin in 2009 in a private, wooded area, our fully furnished cabin can sleep up to 8, (2 twin beds on 1st floor and 6 on second floor - Not a loft) has a kitchenette area with 2 burner electric stove top built in, microwave, coffee maker, and a full size refrigerator/freezer. We do not include pots, pans, dishes, utensils, cups or coffee. TV with Direct TV (Satellite TV) - No dvd player. Air conditioned and heated, all bed linens and bathroom
towels are provided, fire ring (can cook on & push grate aside to sit around the fire), picnic table, covered porch with benches, and is pet friendly. A one time fee of $20 per pet will be requested. Plenty of parking also. Cabins are in an area with other cabins as well. We run specials from time to time on our rates, please inquire. Firewood for sale on the porch. Come sit around the fire at the end of a great day!! Any questions, please message us any time! We require a 2 night stay, but many times have availability for a 1 night stay. Please feel free to message us about 1 night stays and last minute specials as well!!! Getting AroundWe are located 4 miles north of the New River off of Rt. 19. One mile south of Rt. 60. The area is called Hico, but we are located closer to Fayetteville. Please ask us for an exact address (for a better map than in Airbnb) and for directions. Within 15 minutes of: all activities (rafting, ziplines, kayaking,etc) rock climbing, nearby National Parks, The Gauley River, Summersville Lake, all hiking and biking trails as well.