Cozy private apartment with king size bed, a 55" TV, Netflix, wifi, laundry on site and covered parking. Located 1/2 mile from Creekmore Park. This is a completely private room, with its own entrance. There are multiple locked doors between this room and the rest of the house where we stay, so you don't need to have any worries about privacy. We also provide fresh ground coffee, complimentary bottled water, and occasionally launder our guests clothing during longer stays.
“Can’t be beat for the price: King pillow top bed—super comfortable. Giant screen TV. Refrig and microwave. Pizza and soda—what a treat! And fresh ground coffee! We especially appreciated the bench for our suitcases. We almost never have something like that. Would definitely stay again!”
Cozy cottage outside of West Fork on 23 acres. Contemporary renovation of an older cabin with easy access to Fayetteville and U of A campus (10 minutes and 2 stop lights). Short and scenic drive to Devil's Den State Park on Hwy 170 (or I49) and the Ozark National Forest.
“Scott and Carl were both very friendly and welcoming. The cottage is very cute, cozy and clean! The hot tub is a nice touch for relaxing. The property is secluded yet still close to town. I highly recommend staying here!”
Private solar powered primitive 'Top of the Buffalo' cabin in the Buffalo National River Headwaters surrounded by the Ozark National Forest in the center of the Upper Buffalo Mountain Bike Trails. Close to Hawksbill Crag/Whitaker Point, Upper Buffalo Wilderness, Horseshoe Canyon, Glory Hole, Lost Valley, Hailstone & Kings River Falls. Glorified camping w/o a tent. Use an outhouse and outdoor solar shower bag. Basic clean. Wood bunks. No beds/linens/blankets/pillows.Value is seclusion/location.
“If you’re thinking about booking this cabin, DO IT! Don’t hesitate. A few things you should know: 1.) It is very rustic (as the listing mentions) so make sure you bring EVERYTHING you’d need for camping. There are lots of great things that people have left behind that make it much easier, but it’s best to assume you’ll need it all. 2.) There is running water! 3.) If you use the coordinates sent to you by Heron, on Google maps (not apple, Waze, etc.) it will take you DIRECTLY to the front steps of the cabin. Using that, along with How’s detailed steps we made it pretty easily, even in a 2 door Honda Civic when the ground was wet. 4.) There ARE mice and bugs, but what do you expect. Spray your sleeping stuff with bug spray and leave a sacrifice out for Robert AND Roberta. (You’ll have to read the guest entry’s on the counter to understand) 5.) You definitely need to read the little journals on the counter before you leave, play games, hang your hammock and read, shower in the solar shower, build fires, and cook dinner with your family and friends. We had the best time at this cabin, even with a severe weather alert. How was very easy to contact and we had a great time walking the trails near the cabin with our dog, off leash. We’d love to come back!”