- High-quality hand-built cabins each with its own sundeck and en suite bathroom
- Wood-burning stoves, hand-laid wooden floors, sumptuous views
- Freshly-brewed tea and coffee in the morning, cold drinks before dinner
- Each cabin has its own DVD player with wildlife documentaries and other movies
The largest cabin, Whitewater (formerly the Volga Cabin for those guests who have stayed with us before), has a living area downstairs and upstairs a private bedroom, with a queen-sized bed, and a view over the river. Whitewater also has its own en suite bathroom with toilet, bathtub and shower.
Whitewater has a wood-burning fireplace. It can accommodate up to four people but we usually book it for two. Whitewater has a balcony overlooking the river and one with views on to the garden.
Our second riverside cabin is the Logjam Cabin (previously the Eco-cabin). We have re-modelled this cabin with a new bathroom and a large window that gives beautiful private views over the river.
This cabin is ideally suited for a couple. It has its own wood-burning stove and a supply of hand-cut birch, fir or larch.
Rapid cabin (formerly the Sunny Cabin) is also recently renovated and has two beds (or one double) and a new bathroom.
Rapid is heated with an adjustable radiator which is convenient for those who don’t want to feed a wood-burning stove.
While it’s low roof beams might challenge guests taller than about 6’2″ it is a lovely cabin full of character.
We built the Cascade Cabin (formerly the New Cabin) from scratch in the classic timber frame style in 2009.
It has two beds (or one double) and a bathroom. It is beautifully finished by a local artisan in cedar, pine and fir, and has a wood-burning stove.
On the inside the cabin has high sloping ceilings and two half-windows that give a view of the mountains from the main bed.
Like our other cabins Cascade has a high-efficiency on-demand water heater, a super low-flush toilet, a DVD player with a selection of films on nature and bears and a fresh supply of firewood and kindling.
Cascade is set a little back from the river in a private little corner of the garden and surrounded by poplar and cedar trees.