While the cabins at Roscoe Village appear rustic - they are really cozy and well decorated. Full heat and AC. A loft with low ceiling and TV will be a perfect hideout for family children. Great kitchen. A triangular 2-person jacuzzi. But there were a few discomforts. The bed sagged enough that we woke with aching backs. The showerhead fell apart and was not replaced during our long stay, even though it was reported the first day. The bathroom sink drained very slowly due to the stopper being set too low. There were essentially no lamps by the bed (one that was no more than a night light) which made morning or evening reading impossible. The main rooms were quite dark, the kitchen and bath were bright. Three cabins are way up a long set of stairs (good for you) and the first step on the one we stayed at needs a stepping stone because it's far too high, especially when carrying things in from the car. No inside door bolts on doors meant the handyman walked in claiming he was bringing us an extra blanket (unrequested) while we were in the shower across from the front door with a clear curtain, so we did not feel secure the rest of the stay and felt the need to put chairs under the door knobs at night, especially after we found a ground-level window that appeared locked was not, so we kept valuables in the car when we went out for the day, dispite the area feeling pretty safe. The cabins were a good 1/2 hour from Amish country, but that meant getting lovely rides through the country to get there. The living room TV was attached at the top corner of the ceiling, making viewing difficult. They were very generous about our bringing our small dog, but we could not walk her in the area due to a group of terrier dogs who lived there that nipped at her heels when we tried to take her out, so we had to be to a nearby park. One cabin is 1/2 laundry room, so be careful about taking that one - they ask that no laundry be done after 5 p.m. for quiet. We were a bit disappointed to find the cabins were so near a 4-lane highway and the traffic noise was loud, but you could not hear it inside with the windows closed. I guess you'd say we had mixed reviews. The cabin was well appointed, but needs a little more. The heavily wooded setting was great and they went all out to put bales of hay, pumpkins and pots of mums for the season. The place was spotless and easy to keep clean.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All cabins have fully stocked kitchens with full size appliances and everything for cooking and eating except Groceries. A propane grill is also provided on the large porch, complete with Rocking Chairs. All cabins have large 2 person jacuzzis or a hot tub. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Roscoe Hillside Cabins Hotel Coshocton