An upscale getaway for families or groups in search of an ideal experience.
$495 / night, Monday - Thursday
$595 / night, Friday - Sunday & holidays
Lavishly appointed and featuring amenities galore, Mimosa Terrace delivers upscale luxury on a grand scale. While our newest addition may stand in a wilderness setting, this cabin is all about style, comfort, and enjoyment for the whole group. It features two king-size bedrooms, plus a bunkroom and a loft, and will happily sleep up to eleven luxury-seeking adventurers.
Offering nearly three thousand square feet of covered outdoor space, the cabin’s wrap-around covered veranda is easily the highlight of Mimosa Terrace. The veranda features incredible views of the river below, it also features a chef-equipped outdoor kitchen perfect for pleasant evenings, plus a gas fireplace with a 70-inch TV above it perfect for taking in a ballgame or movie. Also close by is the cabin’s extra-large hot tub, capable of accommodating up to seven people at once.
The gourmet indoor kitchen, fitted with Italian granite, is fully equipped and ready to meet the needs of even the most demanding foodie. A stone fireplace dominates the living room, which features a second seventy-inch TV, while the rest of the main floor has a half bath for common use, plus two bedrooms with king beds. Each bedroom contains its own bathroom, shower and freestanding luxury tub.
Mimosa Terrace’s top floor may feature the best part for young ones and adventurous spirits: the game room is equipped with a shuffleboard table, dartboard, and two classic arcade games—Pac-man, anyone? The upstairs bunk room has plenty of sleeping space—it has two sets of built-in XL twin bunk beds and two with built-in full-size bunk beds. It also offers its own bathroom and a 55-inch TV. Another XL twin has its own sleeping nook in the loft. There’s also a lighted fire-pit out back with eight well-made Adirondack chairs. Wifi included.
This place has atmosphere to spare: did we mention it stands right on the beautiful and serene Mountain Fork River?
Lighted Fire Pit