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Barbados 1 bedroom Cabin for rent in Ashford Caribbean Barbados Barbados

Description: Cabin in Ashford

Wilderness Edge Cabin

Experience Wilderness Edge Cabin located four miles west of the Nisqually entrance to Mount Rainier National Park. The cabin is equiped with a full kitchen stocked with coffee, tea and candy, cookware and dishes; a cozy cast-iron propane fireplace, very comfortable queen bed and double futon. There is an outdoor firepit and picnic table. Sleeps up to four. Hiking out your back door. Borders land protected by Nisqually Land Trust.
Minimum length of stay is 2 days
Change over day: FLEXIBLE
Minimum stay may vary by time of the year.
Pets Considered, please ask me about your pet.
Smoking allowed: ASK
Mobility: NONE
Additional Rates:
Please contact me to obtain an exact price for your stay.
Daily rate from: 84
Weekly rate from: 588

Prices are quoted in USD
Monthly rate from: 2520 Dollar
There is a $30 dog cleaning fee if you bring your pet. Kids under 12 stay free. Excessive cleaning fee $30 per hour. Our expectation is that you leave the cabin as clean as you found it with the exception of laundry, sanitation and floors.
Map / Location: 98304,
Postcode: 98304
City: Ashford
Region: Barbados
Area: Caribbean
Country: Barbados
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Sleeps/Guests up to: 4

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Reviews: (8)
Overall Rating: (4) rate
avatar Not what we expected.
Rating: (2) rate
When I was booking a cabin for our first "wilderness" vacation with young children, I was looking for comfort, safety, and ways to entertain our kids. I asked the owner very specific questions about the layout of the cabin and the grounds, and what she told me was not what we got. She said that the grounds were safe for small children to run around, that the cabin was remote and quiet, and that there was a stream in the back yard that the kids could wade in (though we knew it would be glacial water, we were looking forward to letting the kids frolic). What we found, was a tiny cabin that was-- literally-- in the backyard of the owner's house. I would estimate that there is about 8 feet separating the two dwellings. The owners' cars were parked so close to the cabin that we could easily track their comings and goings. The surrounding area was safe enough, though there was a giant fire pit. To avoid the fire pit, we'd planned on using the bbq that was advertised (with briquettes provided) in the listing, but when we got there, the owner said that she'd forgotten to get us briquettes, and we'd have to go get them ourselves. No big deal, but again, we have small kids, we arrived close to dinner time, and the closest town is a 20 minute round trip. Finally, the stream that was promised to excite and entertain our kids in the "wilderness" was actually a steep, steep creek that offered not one spot for wading. The owner knew very well that we had an early walker and told me over and over again how much both kids would enjoy the stream, but ultimately, the older kid spent about five minutes there, realized how slick and steep it was, and never went back. Finally, the beds. The futon was comfy enough for one child to sleep on, though when it is folded out, there is no space to walk around the cabin. The double bed, however, is one of the worst beds I've ever slept on. Once we were in bed, laying down, we couldn't move for two reasons: one, the mattress sunk so deep it took an almost herculean effort to get ourselves out of the giant hole we'd created in the middle, and two, ever little twitch made so much noise! It is a miraculous combination of discomfort and noise I've ever experienced. Finally, the owner guaranteed wi-fi (I know, I know, we are in the mountains)-- GUARANTEED. It was a spotty connection at best, not at all reliable. Again, not a big deal, but she did guarantee it. Also, bring every single thing you need to cook as the kitchen is not well-appointed. Here's the thing. If you're going to hike the mountain and all you need is a place to sleep, cook, and read a book, it's fine. If you love camping in a stranger's back yard, it's fine. If you don't like to sleep, it's fine. Otherwise, I'd stay away.

avatar Beautiful out of the way cabin
Rating: (3) rate
Cleanliness was top notch. Very cute cabin just a few miles from the gate of the park. This cabin sits on the grounds of a family home. The wifi doesn't work. This is an "off the grid" kind of accomodation. No TV, No cable, and even no cell service. Bed was overly soft; but linens were very nice. Owner was great to work with.

avatar Romantic and Time and money was well spent
Rating: (5) rate
Beth was wonderful and showed us around the cabin and told my husband and I about some trails we could take, enjoy the view. The cabin was nice warm, and dark at night, and very quit. It was in an excellent location, off the main road, it was nice not having to hear car or trucks driving by. The cabin was well stocked, very comfortable. It was very nice to relax and have quit and privacy. We liked the area and the layout of the cabin. My husband kept saying nice it would be to have our own to go to when ever we wanted to get away. We will absolutely go back and spend more than one night. We where both really in pressed with Beth and the cabin. It was a very nice get away to celebrate our anniversary.

avatar This is the most awesome little cabin near Mt. Rainier National Park
Rating: (5) rate
This is a sweet little cabin just outside the park (about 4 miles),so it takes just minutes to get in the park. It has a well supplied kitchen, a nice bed and a futon. A cozy propane stove takes any chill out of the room. It is on the same property as the owners house, but the family was very quiet. It is just off the highway, but we could not hear any road noise. There is a little creek running out back (well it would have been running if it weren't summer) My daughter and I explored the creek for a bit and declared it -fun, fun- Pros- no cell/internet access so you can BE with your family. (If you really need o be 'plugged-In - there are restaurants in Ashford just down the road. Cons ........... can't think of any! We would stay there again in a heartbeat.

avatar Really enjoyed our visit. Thanks Beth.
Rating: (5) rate
The cabin was exactly as described. Very nice and relaxing. Worked great for us. We would visit again next time we are in the area.

avatar A Great Place to Stay...Cozy Cabin...
Rating: (5) rate
As a couple---we found this to be a cozy cabin--near the entrance of Mt. Rainer. Our host Beth was accomodating and helpful... If you are going to Mt. Rainer and you want the perfect getaway----this is the place for you! We recoomend the cabin highly! Rick & Lisa

avatar Perfect location close to Mount Rainier, cosy and quiet cabin
Rating: (5) rate
Very clean. Perfect for travelers who like a quiet stay. Friendly host. Just a few miles from the entrance of Mount Rainier National Park, so a perfect location. Enough restaurants in the surroundings. The cabin is so cute and cosy, we loved it!

avatar Nice, quiet, kitchen, simple
Rating: (4) rate
East of Ashford towards Mt. Rainier NP, then off the highway maybe 1/4 mile. Shares the property with the owners' home but faces away from it. The grounds are mostly natural with some landscaping areas. A small gurgling creek is up a short (75 feet?) path over a small log and past a few stinging nettles (no problem for us but don't touch!) to a shady glen with a nice bench. We enjoyed a visiting deer one morning and many butterflies. The cabin is fair-sized with a large kitchen (no microwave) and private bath (shower not tub). It was sparkling clean. The queen bed was so-so. The futon/couch and rocking chair were marginally comfy, and the only other seating was a folding chair. We enjoyed sitting on the porch in the rocking chair and folding chair. There is no AC, but we were able to be somewhat comfy in the warm weather by opening the three screened windows, putting the fan in one, and opening the front and back doors for awhile (fortunately mosquitoes weren't a problem during our visit). Be aware that lodging in the Ashford area runs expensive, and that at most of the other choices you'll be experiencing much less solitude than at Wilderness Edge Cabin. Reservations will be necessary during the peak season, whether here or elsewhere in the area. The Wifi worked fine, and we had no cell service. This is not a luxurious lodging, but if your expectations aren't too high, you can have a sweet time at Wilderness Edge Cabin!

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