We do not have tv or Wi Fi at the cabins, but we do have a lot of peace and quiet and relaxation!!
They have full bathrooms with tub and shower. Towels are provided (only 1 set per guest is provided and we do not provide clean ones once those are used. If you need more or want to take towels to the lake then please bring extra. Please do not take our towels to the lake).
Each cabin has a kitchen complete with stove, refrigerator, sink, microwave, and dish washer. Utensils and cookware are provided.
We offer comfortable cabins with a relaxing atmosphere. They are close to the lake so you can go swimming, boating, or fishing. The scenery is beautiful and the atmosphere is relaxing. You can walk down to the lake to see the eagle's nest in the cove.
This is a picture of Pomme de Terre Lake Dam. It is a great place to go fishing or sight seeing.
Each cabin is fully furnished with towels (we only provide one set of towels per guest, so if you will need more than that or want to take towels to the lake then you will need to bring extra-please do not take our towels to the lake) and bedding, dishes and cookware, full kitchen and grill on deck, dining table, love seat & sofa sleeper in the front room, full bathroom with tub & shower, & spacious bedrooms with linens. Each cabin has an AC/Heat unit and most of them have additional units in the bedrooms. One cabin has a fire place, one has a wood stove, and they all have fire pits outside. All of our cabins have hot tubs (two have it in the screened in back porch and the other has its own gazebo).
Our cabins sit next to each other, so it is convenient for family reunions or multiple family vacations. The cabins combined can sleep up to 21 people. There are fire pits, hammocks, & nature trail outside and an eagle's nest cove just a walk away. The full kitchens and grills on the deck make dinner easy. We've furnished each cabin to make your stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible!
Our cabins are approximately 1/4 mile from the lake where you can swim, fish, or put your boat in the water at the public boat ramp
(when you leave the parking lot of the cabins, turn left onto J Hwy and go about 1/10 mile (do not follow the road when it curves to the left) you stay straight and go into Beauvoir Subdivision (it has a little red well house at the end of the road), stay on that road a few feet to the T, turn right and follow the road to the lake and boat ramp)
At Pomme de Terre Lake