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The Cabins at Chimney Mountain

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Cabin 1 - Hemlock
Cabin 2 - Main House
Cabin 3 - Lakeside
Cabin 4- Beechnut
Cabin 5 - Snowshoe
Cabin 6- Whitetail
Cabin 7 - Chipmunk
Cabin 8 - Sugarhouse
In General
Each of our eight cabins contains the following:
  • Kitchen equipped with 4 burner stove and oven, refrigerator, pots and pans, dishes and utensils.

  • Fireplace.  We provided the firewood for use in the fireplace.

  • Outdoor charcoal grill

  • No phone in cabins.  A public pay phone is located by the garage.

  • No washer/dryer. There is a laundromat in town.

 

Please select a cabin, to learn more about specific accomodations and availability. 

 

 Reservation Information and Policies

  • A minimum stay of 2 nights is required.

  • During July and August, the cabins are rented by the week. (Saturday-Saturday)
  • A 50% non-refundable deposit must be received within 14 days after booking a reservation in order to hold the cabin and will be applied as a payment.  Please make check payable to A. Bet.  Credit cards are not accepted. 
  • The balance (remaining 50%) is due one month before your arrival.
  • Guests must provide thier own linens (bed sheets, blankets, pillows, towels, dish towels)
  • Check in is at 3:00 pm
  • Check out is at 11:00 am
  • NO PETS of any kind are allowed with the exception of service dogs.
  • All units are non smoking
  • Canoes and row boats are provided for renters. Guests must bring their own life jackets.  Be aware guests also bring their own canoes and leave them by the lake.
  • No motors of any kind may be used on the lake.
  • Sleeping in campers, tents or RV's is not allowed on the property.
  • Dirt bikes, ATV's and snowmobiles are not allowed, on or off road.
  • Please dispose your trash and recyclables at the bins along the side of the garage.  Friday is trash pick up day. Separate glass, metal, and plastic from your trash.  Use clear plastic garbage bags, as required by local ordinance.