This enchanting and historic cabin (once a "bunkhouse") is nestled under a giant walnut tree. Large windows frame a stunning and unobstructed view of the Gila National Forest. The Bungalow has a 'studio' floor plan with many comforts of home; which includes a sink, commode, shower, queen size bed, 100% cotton bedding, freshly ground coffee and much more.
Legend has it that Billy 'The Kid' slept here. After all, his step dad William Antrim once owned the house next door.
In addition, the cabin has a table, chairs, closet and plenty of hooks to hang things on. During the summer months an outdoor shower is available.
Additional amenities are: Wi-Fi, private entry, reading lights (with USB port), hair dryer, bath supplies, (seasonal) electric heater/air conditioner, an eclectic library and a private hot tub are just outside the Cabins door.
The Open Air Kitchen and Living Space are just outside the front door of the Cabin. It has comfortable seating, tables, board games, a refrigerator, microwave, a gas grill and anything else you may need for making meals and snacks
Guests have access to Behr Art Galleries, Autumnal Equinox Labyrinth and the Fire Pit.
There is a restaurant 4 miles north and two convenience stores in the greater Glenwood area.