We booked for the holiday weekend from 9/1-9/3/12. It was $105 per night. It is a studio cabin, very old and outdated. You barely have any room to move from the "kitchen" counter and the bed and the bathroom. The refrigerator under the kitchen counter didn't work; we didn't discover this until we put our food in there (it was cool when we put it in) and when we got back all our food was spoiled. The tv is in a very awkward viewing position related to the bed, as you have to turn your body laying on your left side to view it, or turn our head and leave it there at a 90 degree angle. It's worse for the person sleeping behind you. The mattress on the bed is old and in need of replacement, and moves constantly on the wood floor. The light switch for the lone light above the bed/kitchen is by the door. The light above the bed is nowhere accessible when you are IN the bed. The cabin has no fan, so you have to leave the front window open and the bathroom window open to allow for any airflow at night. It doesn't cool down in the summer months til very early in the morning, so you'll be hot unless you bring your own fan. No coffee or condiments available. There is an old, noisy coffee maker w/ filters if you bring your own coffee, along with dishes, silverware, and basic pots/pans. No stove, just a dual hot plate, and a toaster oven. The bathroom is spacious enough, and they provide very tiny bars of soap and towels/hand towel/washcloths. No shampoo/lotion/facial tissues. Had to use duct tape (that held two pillow shams together serving as the window "curtain") to hold them open for airflow, and put candle in front of it to make sure it didn't close to allow for airflow. "Curtain" rod on front window came off while trying to close curtains. We talked to other folks in other cabins that were not studios, and they said they liked theirs. Apparently many units have been remodeled/updated, so ask about yours BEFORE you book.
- Also Known As:
- Falcons Nest Cabins Duck Creek Village, Utah