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Broken Bow Cabins-Burnt Whiskey

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Burnt Whiskey is a 1200 square foot couples cabin built with romance in mind. After five years of observing and asking what guests are looking for, we came up with a secluded design located on two private wooded acres. Now, add to that a maximum occupancy of two adults, and you have the perfect romantic getaway.

For many years, the Spokane cabin has set on four acres in Wildhorse Plantation with a private fishing pond located directly in the middle of the property. Now, two of those acres, adjoining and directly south of Spokane will be the new home for The Burnt Whiskey. The physical location of the cabin is set high on a peak, creating elevated views from each side and overlooking Spokane's private fishing pond. The pond is for Spokane guests only.

Burnt Whiskey features a deep soaking free standing cast iron slipper tub on the second floor. We have dedicated this floor as an open air spa, with covered screened in balconies spanning out from each side of the floor. The double french doors can be opened to allow the flow of fresh air and light through the spa. The setting of Burnt Whiskey gives complete privacy from any other property, as the elevation does not allow others to see in. There is no loss of privacy with the doors open, allowing guests to bathe in comfort.

Also located on the loft is a private toilet room and a sink. A leather recliner with reading lamp and 32' HD TV with full HD Dish Network programming and a blu-ray player can all be enjoyed from the tub or recliner. A 30' game table can also be found on the loft with an assortment of board games provided. Ceiling fans on each side of the loft keep the temperature perfect year round.

Downstairs is a private king-sized bedroom with a 40" HD T.V. A gas burning fireplace is located in the living area with 50" HD T.V. and HD programming. The kitchen is full sized with all necessary appliances and utensils. A partial wrap around with a large private open air deck is the home to a new luxury hot tub.

No smoking and pets are not allowed at Burnt Whiskey

Maximum Occupancy 2 - (Adults only, no exceptions)

Weekdays: Sun-Thurs: $220 per night

Weekends/Holidays: $240 per night

Cabin Location

  • Located in Wildhourse Plantation
  • Secluded cabin on 2 wooded acres
  • Circle drive with easy access for boats

Sleeping Arrangement

  • One bedroom / Two bathrooms / Loft spa
  • 1 King 12" memory foam mattress bed
  • Shower/tub combo downstairs in master, deep soaking cast iron tub on loft

Cabin Amenities & Features

  • Deep soaking free standing cast iron slipper tub on loft spa
  • DSL Wireless high speed internet
  • 50" HD TV in living room, 40" HD TV in bedroom, 32" HD TV in loft spa
  • 2 Blu-ray DVD players
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Central AC / Heat
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Dartboard & a variety of games (chess, checker, cards, Jenga...)
  • Horseshoe pit
  • Gas fireplace (Nov - early March)
  • Outdoor Firepit
  • 5 Person hot tub
  • HD Satellite TV premier package with all the movie channels
  • Charcoal grill

Guests Reviews

"Our stay was perfect!!! They have everything you need and the cabin is very secluded!! From playing horseshoes, to darts, or soaking in the hot tub or curled up watching a movie...this cabin is perfect!!!! We had a great time and will definitely book it again!!!"
"Burnt Whiskey is an amazing cabin in the privacy of the woods. From the hot tub to the light fixtures, the owners have thought of everything to make your stay amazing! It was our own private getaway, yet the state park and town were only 5 minutes away! Thank you for a wonderful anniversary week! We'll definitely be back!"........ more_guest_reviews
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Beavers Bend Log Cabins
580-494-6241 (9am-9pm please)
580-208-0069 (Alternate number)
576 Split Shot Circle
Broken Bow, Ok 74728
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