When we arrived, there was just a bit of snow left to dot the winterscape. Walking up the steps we could appreciate the very accurate photos from the website even more — the dining table surrounding by nature, the private bench — a room with a view outdoors. Up to the big deck overlooking the gorgeous evergreens and the mountains beyond. As we entered the cabin we were richly rewarded with the delights of Christmas — a small Christmas tree that lit up each evening on a timer, candles everywhere and I lit many of them, just a beautiful cozy chalet in the sky. Wonderfully apppointed, tasteful and comfortable. Hardwood floors, top of the line kitchen which was so well stocked with every possible gadget one could need including flashlights, fireplace lighters, scissors, even games in the cupboard. The bedrooms were each unique — the master had a lovely Zen appeal with soft lighting and a large teak tub overlooking the pine trees. I had a private large balcony where the creek babbled by. My friend had the front bedroom, smaller but very charming with a wonderful private balcony that caught the morning sun where he could sit on the rocker and read and write his poetry.
This cabin had everything one would ever want (oh the pillows were a little too hard — my only complaint). The towels were absolutely luxurious as were the sheets and blankets. I appreciate the delicious coffee that I could make in the coffee maker each morning.
The generous and thoughtful owners really wanted to make their cabin a true get-away. Thank you and thanks to Quiet Creek for making this a truly divine holiday.