grand total: From $185 Per Night
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1.5
- Type Cabin
The secluded 'Snuggle Inn' provides a cozy cabin experience for couples traveling together for a honeymoon, anniversary or just a relaxing getaway. This charming 2-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom vacation rental sleeps up to 4 guests and is near the breathtaking Natural Bridge State Resort Park, offering an array of outdoor activities. When you have finished your adventuring for the day, return to your private hot tub and unwind by soaking in the peaceful surroundings of the lush green forest.
Master Bedroom: Queen Bed | Bedroom 2: Queen Bed
Enjoy an isolated, wooded escape with the comfort of a highly-rated care team available for any concerns you might have during your stay.
Greeted by soaring trees and a quaint front porch with rocking chairs, this cabin will quickly feel like home. The authentic wood decor throughout creates the quintessential cabin experience.
The living room features a zesty red leather couch and armchair, a gas fireplace, and a flat screen cable TV. With vaulted ceilings and natural light pouring in through the large windows, this room feels open and spacious.
For a quiet, romantic dinner at home, gather in the fully equipped kitchen and prepare your favorite recipes using the stainless steel appliances.
When you’re looking to relax outdoors, head to the hot tub on the back deck for further relaxation with beautiful mountain views. The well manicured backyard is great for numerous activities and includes a fire pit with front row seats to star gazing.
Those sharing the bedroom on the first floor will marvel at the vintage clawfoot bath tub situated in a custom-designed alcove, as well as a plush queen bed. The upstairs bedroom has a beautifully decorated quilt with a stunning view of the lush landscape surrounding the property.
This beautiful cabin is situated in the lower portion of a mountain area, surrounded by a variety of trees for ultimate privacy. You can look up at the nearby mountain and endless forest around the cabin. Several hiking and rock climbing opportunities can be found in the surrounding area. With so much tranquility surrounding this home, you're sure to feel rejuvenated by the end of your vacation.
While you'll love relaxing at the cozy mountain cabin, you'll still want to venture out and take advantage of this home's amazing location.
The famous Nada Tunnel entrance to the Red River Gorge is just 10 minutes away from the property, so be sure to head that way for countless hiking trails, rock climbing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, sight-seeing, bird-watching and numerous opportunities for photography!
Drive through to see the Red River, countless varieties of trees, flowers, plants, and outcroppings of rocks – or stop to hike or catch site of deer, turkeys and other wildlife. For a memorable experience, hike to the famous swinging bridge over the Red River, located up river from the Jump Rock and Swimming Hole.
Natural Bridge State Resort Park features the Natural Bridge, a million-years-old sandstone arch, which is accessible by hiking up and down the huge mountain or by taking a slow, easy ride on the sky lift. Additionally, at the Hemlock Lodge at Natural Bridge, there is an enormous outdoor pool, kiddie pool and picnic area that everyone is sure to enjoy from Memorial Day to Labor Day. For water activities, like fishing, kayaking, canoeing and stand up paddle boarding, make your way to nearby Mill Creek Lake.
See the mountains from a whole new perspective when you go zip lining over the tree tops for a challenging thrill in Cliffview, or drive through the Gorge to the family-friendly zip line spot in Frenchburg, where everyone from kids to grandpa can have a ball!
If you're looking for even more thrills, visit Torrett Falls Climbing Adventure or Kentucky Rock & Adventure Guides for world-famous rock climbing and rappelling! Both offer lessons and guided climbs.
Kids will love the Reptile Zoo, while teenagers will jump on the opportunity to visit the Thrillsville obstacle course in nearby Slade. New to Thrillsville in 2017 is kayaking through the 100-year-old limestone cave, and a putt putt golf that kids and even the grandparents will enjoy.
If you love horseback riding, Whispering Valley Riding Trails are just 35 minutes away in Beattysville, where you will see waterfalls, ponds, rock outcroppings as you ride under the canopy of trees. The views are sure to be amazing!
Great restaurants are also nearby! Be sure to check out Miguel's Pizza, a classic restaurant that has been around for 30 years, Red River Rockhouse, a newer restaurant owned by young rock climbers, and Sky Bridge Station, which features gourmet hot dogs and beer on tap.
THE EVOLVE DIFFERENCE
Evolve Vacation Rental Network is on a mission to make vacation rental easy for guests. Every property in our network has been vetted and verified so you can book with confidence. If you have questions prior to your trip, we are happy to assist you 7 days a week. During your stay, your designated Guest Contact will be available 24/7 to help with any issues that may arise.
Key Residence Features:
- Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen,gas fireplace, free WiFi, flat-screen cable TV, outdoor fire pit, private hot tub, a porch and a deck, patio furniture, and more
- Private Stanton location - Enjoy easy access to hiking, biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, zip lining, Red River Gorge, restaurants, shops, and more
- No smoking
- No pets allowed
- No events, parties or large gatherings
- Must be at least 25 years old to book
- Additional fees and taxes may apply
- Photo ID may be required upon check-in
* NOTE: these cabins, while deluxe accommodations, are in a heavily wooded area. Occasionally, guests may experience weather conditions or power outages that are out of the host's control. The hosts will do all they can to assist, but are not responsible for issues beyond their control. *
DETAILS & AMENITIES
- Fly Fishing
- Horseback Riding
- Miniature Golf
- Mountain Biking
- Rock Climbing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Zoo/Wildlife Park
- Internet Connection
- Cable/Satellite TV
- Flat-Screen TV
- 24 Hour Management
- On-Call Maintenance
- Free Parking
- Private Hot Tub
- Trash Bags/Paper Towels
- Wireless Internet (WIFI)
- Dishware and Flatware
- Mountain View
- Onsite Laundry Facilities
- Charcoal Grill
- Fire Pit
- Patio Furniture
- Ceiling Fans
- Central Heating
- DVD Player
- Laundry Detergent
- Linens Provided
- Towels Provided
- Minimum Age Requirement
- No Pets Allowed
- Non Smoking
- Bathtub or Shower On First
- Car Recommended
- Suitable for Children
- Suitable for Elderly
Guest Reviews (6)
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This place was adorable! Easy to find at night, in the rain. Every inch was well cared for and thoughtfully put together. We had everything we needed and then some for our girls getaway. The hot tub was especially amazing with a full sky of stars to enjoy. It was only about a 20 minute drive to the best trails, but every where you look is beautiful. It was the perfect relaxing weekend we desperately needed!
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in December 2017
My husband had mixed up the dates and the hosts accommodated our new dates with no problem. We celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. The cabin was spotless clean, and everything was clearly marked. The kitchen was great to cook in and had everything that we needed. The hot tub was wonderful. The best thing about the cabins is they are spaced out, so you feel like you have some privacy, but close enough to civilization that if you need anything you are not far. I like that it had 1 ½ bathrooms. It was decorated cute too, warm and cozy. We are definitely coming back next year.
Having mixed experiences with cabin rentals, I can honestly say, this group of cabins sets the standard on privacy. No other cabins or people in eyesight or earshot. We truly felt we were in the wilderness the entire stay. The cabin itself was awesome also. Great customer service as well. I would highly recommend a stay here.
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in June 2018
The snuggle inn was exactly as it is described. The cabin is centrally located to all of the hiking/kayaking/climbing adventures that you will want to experience while visiting the gorge. The beautiful grounds include a large fire pit and a very clean hot tub, which we took full advantage of. Checkin / checkout was super easy. We highly recimmend this spot.
*This review was originally posted on Airbnb for a stay in May 2018
I really loved this cabin. Very secluded and close to the parks. The bed wasn't very comfortable though, but it was a wonderful stay otherwise!
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in May 2018
This was a long weekend getaway for my wife and me. Despite being in a rural setting, the property was easy to find. The cabin and amenities exceeded our expectations. We got there after dark but lights had been left on for us and the cabin was clean and ready. The layout is just as expected and for just the two of us, it was more than enough. The cabin is situated about half way up a mountain, overlooking a valley that is a few hundred feet down. As my wife said upon arrival, it was 'as cute as a button'. As for the layout, there is the master bed (with a claw foot bathtub in the room) and a full bath, kitchen, living room, and laundry on the first level. The second floor has a half bath and another bedroom. Everything was clean and well kept. We spent a lot of time sitting in rocking chairs on the covered porch, just enjoying the rainy day and also enjoyed the hot tub. I don't think we saw another person, much less a vehicle, for the three nights we were there. If you're looking for a quiet place to retreat to and unwind, to avoid the hustle of every day life, this place is it! Katy, or manager, was excellent! She called about one week prior and went over the details, answered all questions and was just very helpful. She then called at a time of my choosing, the day prior to give wifi access codes and a code to get into the cabin. I had submitted all paperwork electronically so it was as simple as driving to the cabin and locking up when you leave. She was able to even answer questions about whether or not we needed coffee filters. She was spot-on and made sure we knew someone was a phone call or text away if we needed anything. Between the cabin itself and the customer service, it was a great experience. I would definitely recommend this for a quiet getaway and we will be returning to this same property. Keep in mind that you are in rural East Kentucky. The Gorge/Natural Bridge is about a 20 min ride away. There are some small places to eat (pizza place at Natural Bridge, Miguel's, is amazing) and remember it is a dry county (no alcohol sales). So don't go for the night life or fine dining. This spot is, however, perfect if you want to get away to peace and quite and be surrounded by the woods and mountains, with the comfort and amenities of a home. I don't think we turned on a tv the whole time we were there (though it does have dish service and internet). So if that kind of retreat is what you want, this is your place!
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in February 2018