Sleeps 2
1 Bedroom
2 Bath

Our newest cabin, is designed for the ultimate couples getaway. Burnt Whiskey is an 1120 square foot luxury cabin completed on May 7, 2014. After five years of observing and asking what guests are looking for, we came up with this secluded design located on two private wooded acres. The physical location of the cabin is set high, on the second tallest peak in Wildhorse Plantation. This location creates wrap around elevated views from each side while overlooking the Spokane fishing pond.

Burnt Whiskey features a cast iron, deep soaking, free standing, slipper tub on the second floor. A private toilet room, sink and vanity, 32″ HD T.V., blue-ray DVD player, and relaxing recliner also add to the dedicated second story spa level. This floor has french doors on each side that open to covered, screened in balconies spanning out to the east and west. Guests can enjoy the sun and moon rise and set from this floor. The french doors can remain open to allow the flow of fresh air and light through the spa.

The private king-sized bedroom located downstairs features a luxury memory foam mattress with 40″ HD T.V. and programming. Connected to the master bedroom is a large master bathroom. A lighted acrylic shower/tub combination, large vanity, linen and clothes closet, and separate toilet room comprise the bathroom. A gas burning fireplace is located in the living area with 50″ HD T.V. and programming as well. The kitchen is full sized with all necessary appliances and utensils to help you fix a gourmet meal. High speed internet and a clothes washer and dryer are also located on the main floor. A partial covered, wrap around deck with a large private open air deck is the home to a new luxury hot tub.

There is no smoking and no pets are allowed in Burnt Whiskey. Adult couple only, no exceptions.

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