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My husband and I stayed 6 days in the cabins at Mammoth Cave. You book through a separate entity so I want to give travelers with dogs some information.
The check in is 4 pm. The check out is 11. You check in at the...More
We traveled with a group of 60 to Mammoth Cave and spent 2 nights in the Woodland Cottages. The photos do not do the place justice! I felt like I had stepped into the movie Dirty Dancing. It had a vintage feel but was clean...More
Nice little cabins. Convenient to the visitor center and start of most Cave tours departure and arrivals. Very rustic but they have everything you may need. Our cabin had a mini fridge and coffee maker so pack accordingly. I would recommend bringing food in sealed...More
We recently took a couple tours at Mammoth Cave and found this an intriguing lodging option. We like to camp and often camp primitively so when we book a cabin, we don't have high expectations with regards to amenities. We booked a two room cabin...More
We've stayed in plenty of national/state parks (from lodges to cabins to primitive camping), so we're okay without amenities. However, when a property offers numerous pleasant surprises, you feel like you've hit the jackpot! That was our night in Woodland Cottage #115/116 (2 twins &...More
I stayed in the Woodland Cabins this week (July 27) and brought a box fan, but really didn't need it - the ceiling fans are huge and the walls of the cabin are almost all screens, so it was very cool and airy. Someone posted... More
I stayed in the Woodland Cabins this week (July 27) and brought a box fan, but really didn't need it - the ceiling fans are huge and the walls of the cabin are almost all screens, so it was very cool and airy. Someone posted that her cabin has AC but she must have meant the Historic Cottages, they have AC but Woodland cabins don't.