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Across the road from Moaning Cavern Just minutes from several attractions including Natural Bridges, Columbia State Park (a delightful gold mining town that the state has preserved) Several wineries nearby along with fine dining & fast food eateries.


The space
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 3
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Other pet(s)
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities
Kitchen
Essentials
Shampoo
Heating

Prices
Extra people $14 NZD / night after 4 guests
Cleaning Fee $106 NZD
Weekly Discount: 14%
Weekend Price $177 NZD / night
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
Check in is anytime after 2PM

Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector
First aid kit

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

17 Reviews

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Frank J User Profile
July 2017
If you're looking for a five star hotel with all the amenities and luxuries, this is not the place for you. But if you're looking for a quiet, rustic place to relax in private and commune with nature, Serenity Haven is your place. The cabin is neat, clean, and roomy except for the bathroom, which is quite small. I couldn't fit my make-up kit on the sink. All the utensils and products essential to cooking and dining are there, down to salt and pepper shakers and a crockpot. My son, an outdoors lover, and his 6-year old daughter, loved the location. Katie was enamored with Star, the resident horse that lived right next to our cabin. All Katie had to do was call his name, and Star would come out of the barn to greet her. We took a short walk to a small lake, where Katie was excited to find a plethora of frogs and toads. We encountered three problems. My son and Katie slept in the second bedroom. The curtains are white, and even with the blinds closed, day light came streaming through early in the morning. My son noticed that even though Katie was asleep, she was grimacing at the sunlight that was shining in her eyes. The next night, my son hung a dark sheet from the curtain rod to block the light better. I would suggest the addition of a light-blocking shade. There is a small step down from that bedroom to the mud room. I walked on it awkwardly 2 or 3 times, My son cut his toe on it. It was bleeding and required a Bandaid. After that, he placed a throw rug over the small step. The area around the cabin is all rocks and gopher holes. One time, my husband went to the car to retrieve something. He tried to avoid a rock, and his foot went into a big hole (maybe a gopher's doing), and he fell down. He has scratches and a big bump on his leg but no serious injury. However, his sandal broke in half, and he had to throw them away. Fortunately, he had brought a pair of tennis shoes along. I would suggest the building of a simple wooden deck to cover the rocks and gopher holes—at least enough to get guests from their vehicle to the cabin door. I would not recommend that particular cabin for toddlers, seniors, or the disabled because of the uneven terrain, but it looks like at least some of the other cabins have grass or more stable yards. Otherwise, I would still recommend Serenity Haven. We enjoyed our stay and would consider returning, especially if there was a safer path to the cabin.
Jensen User Profile
Response from Jensen:
Thank you for your comments. So glad you enjoyed your stay and am very sorry your husband fell. The blinds in the 2nd bedroom are room darkening blinds and I will mention maybe putting up drapes instead of the light airy curtains to the Board. Work has been begun to put a walkway in the back of the cabin with two trees having been cut down to make room for a flagstone walkway. The walkway will hopefully be completed soon. The step down mentioned between the 2 rooms is a 32" doorway which has an L shaped aluminum transition strip and the floor covering is carpet in one room and a light colored linoleum in the other room so it is very obvious and safe. We are in the country and yes there are some rocks, holes made by wildlife, etc. and it is a good idea to wear suitable footwear as the ground is not always even. We make every effort to keep the rocks exposed so even when walking on trails, around the lake, etc. the guests can see any obstacles and be safe. Vehicles can be parked on the side of the house or in front of it. There is a wide graveled path on the side of the house wide enough to park a vehicle and have an extra 6 feet or more. There is a wooden deck in front of the house with stairs leading down to either parking area. We look forward to seeing you again and I know Star is missing Katie.
July 2017

Christopher User Profile
June 2017
Great little house among a cluster of other small houses. Nice property, lots of good walking trails. Was 106 degrees the 2 days we were there, and the house can get hot, and there were 2 air conditioners that sufficiently cooled the place so long as you turned them on in the AM and let them run. Bathroom was a little small, shower was tiny but worked. Very quite, off the road a bit, so no car noise. Only real drawback had to do with the driveway, narrow gavel road (and you have to be careful not to miss the entrance off of the main road) with some spots that could use more work.

Gaston User Profile
April 2017
We had a very nice time. The setting was tranquil and the location great for a few days in the gold country.

Ashley User Profile
April 2017
Loved how quiet and peaceful it was. No people running around screaming there was a lake close by and the property is beautiful to walk on. Right across from a cavern you can tell down into. And just a few miles from Murphy's and angels camp. I would definitely stay here again.

Brandi User Profile
April 2017
Great spot! Close to Murphys but in a quiet location. Loved it!

Erica User Profile
February 2017
What a great experience. Plenty of outdoor room for the children. Great host and the place was clean and comfortable. Definitely worth every penny!

Terry User Profile
September 2016
The host was very nice. The setting is beautiful and rural. The cabin or house is very old, musty and pieced together. Great value if a large group were to stay there.
Jensen User Profile
Response from Jensen:
The age of the house is evident in the pictures posted. Not sure where or how Terry would come up with musty. Two rooms were freshly painted, new drapes in living room and new blinds. Everything is wiped down with disinfectant and furniture wiped down with pledge so there is a fresh fragrance. There are also Lavender reed diffusers in a couple of the rooms. Per other reviews the home is very clean.
September 2016

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