Rates, Fees, Policies & Payment Options

Reservation Requirements:
  • 2 night minimum stay
  • You must be 21 years of age to place reservation.
  • Deposits and Payments may be made with a Check or via credit card (Sorry we only take Visa and Mastercard) over the phone (740)507-5356 or (740)668-7075
  • Name, address and phone number are required.

  • (Confirmations will be e-mailed and optionally mailed)


RATE ( 4 to 6 person occupancy ) ++













  • For less than 4 people, contact us for rates.
  • For each additional person over 6 people, there is a $25.00 per night additional charge.
  • A county bed tax of 3% and state sales tax of 6.75% will apply.
Deposit Policy:
  • $300.00 deposit required on any vacation package and is required to reserve your dates.
  • This deposit includes a non-refundable $25.00 booking fee.
  • Hunters - refer to the Special Information below.
Refund Policy:
  • You will receive a refund of your deposit less the $25.00 booking fee with cancellations made at least 30 days prior to your check-in date.
  • Less than 30 days prior to stay, deposit is non-refundable

For our full terms and conditions click here.
Check-in / Check-out Times:
  • Check-in is after 3:30 pm daily
  • Check-out is 11:00 am daily
Special Information for Pet Owners:
  • We require a $25.00 cleaning fee per pet.
  • This is a one-time charge per animal, and is due at the time of arrival.
Special Information for Bow Hunters:
  • We have a great, comfortable place to rest after your day out with nature.
  • There is public hunting within 20 miles of our house at Woodbury Nature Preserve.
  • Please contact us for information regarding outfitters in the area.
  • Some outfitters allow you to provide your own food and lodging.
  • Rates are per hunter, by the number of nights you will stay with us. Please call us at (740) 668-7075 for more information.
Special Information for Horse Owners:
  • There is space on the grounds for parking a horse trailer.
  • We currently have a 50 foot+ diameter round pen for an enclosure and turn-out for the horses to keep them secure if you are not with them.
  • We recommend that you bring your own feed and water buckets for the health of your horse, but if that is a problem, please let us know in advance.

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