Upstairs are two master bedrooms with King beds, so you can sleep two in each bed and one on a roll-away in each room, giving sleeping for 2 to 6, depending on how you do it (these are large bedrooms.) Downstairs there is a master bedroom with a queen bed and room for a queen futon or air bed (2 to 4 sleepers), a bunk room with three full-over-full beds and one twin-over-twin bunk (8 to 11 sleeper) and the meeting room/Queens bedroom (0 to 6 sleepers.)

In addition, we have twin air beds, a queen air bed, plus three twin size mattresses in the living room and den that are used as seating but also can be used as sleeping spaces. Ask if you need sheets for any of these as we don’t normally leave them out. There are also two couches which fold down for sleeping. The “man cave” isn’t appropriate for sleeping as there is no window for fire escape.

This cabin was designed to accommodate extended family groups and church groups. Typically, the bunk room is used to sleep all the “boys” and the Queen’s room the “girls”, with parents in the various master bedrooms.

Altogether there are:

  • Two California King beds
  • Three Queen Beds
  • Two Queen futons
  • Three Full beds plus three full top bunks
  • Four Twin beds (plus one twin top bunk)
  • Various fold out couches
  • Six twin airbeds and one queen airbed

Please look at floorplans for more details on sleeping arrangements.