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(580)494-6241 • Cell: (580)208-0069
Broken Bow Cabins
Comparison Chart
(For cabins sleeping 7 or more)
Cabins Seclusion Shaui Chukka Redbud Retreat Bear's Den Water's Edge Tranquility
Land 20 Private Acres Shared 40 Private Acres Shared 40 Private Acres Shared 40 Private Acres Shared 40 Private Acres Shared 40 Private Acres
Max Occupancy 8 8 8 8 8 8
Bedrooms 3 3 3 3 3 3
Bathrooms 2 2 2 2 2 2
Sleeping Arrangement 2 Kings , 1Queen, 2 Full futons (Optional guest house has 2 Twin Bunk beds) 3 Queens, 2 Full futons 3 Queens, 2 Full futons 3 Queens, 2 Full futons 3 Queens, 2 Full futons 3 Queens, 2 Full futons
Small shared Pond No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Easy Access for Boats Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Hot Tub Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Charcoal Grill Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
DirecTV (with all the movie channels) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Indoor Fireplace Yes (wood) Yes (wood) Yes (wood) Yes (wood) Yes (wood) Yes (wood)
Internet No Yes No No No No
Ourdoor Firepit Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Horseshoe Pit Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Washer & Dryer Yes *See info below *See info below *See info below *See info below *See info below
Pet Friendly No No No No No No
Smoking No No No No No No

*Three or more night reservations receive use of laundry facility located at the Community Center. This center sets on the private 40 acres, only minutes from each cabin. Access restrictions to laundry facility at the Community Center may apply if the Community Center is being rented.

Beavers Bend Log Cabins
580-494-6241 (9am-9pm please)
Cell: 580-208-0069 (anytime)
cabins@beaversbendlogcabins.com
www.BeaversBendLogCabins.com
576 Split Shot Circle
Broken Bow, Ok 74728
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