It’s only been a week since our lovely Greer, AZ adventure and I already want to go back! I shared our dinner experience at the Molly Butler Lodge earlier this week, today I want to talk about our accommodations.
First it’s important to note that the Molly Butler Cabins are not a street of 5 identical cabins all boasting of the same amenities.
When you rent a cabin in Greer through Molly Butler Lodge & Cabins, you are sure to enjoy a “genuine Greer” experience! There’s nothing “cookie cutter” or corporate about this adventure.
Our cabins are privately owned and each is completely unique, with a wide range of amenities and features.
The Reed Family Cabin: Rustic and charming with all the necessary amenities.
We stayed two nights in the Reed Family Cabin and it was an authentic and unique mountain experience.
The location of the cabin within the village of Greer worked really well for us. The Little Colorado River winds it way through town, so we literally crossed the street to find it. Walking 5 minutes down the road led us to even better access to the river and additional hiking trails. The boys had a blast skipping stones!
Walking the other way “back into town” took us past the Greer fire station on our way to a great little café.
The Reed Family cabin is equipped with 2 bedrooms and a sofa bed, so it can accommodate 6 people. Even though we didn’t need the sofa bed for sleeping, it was great when hanging out in the living room.
We also really enjoyed the fireplace; the weather didn’t necessitate a fire but the rain cooled it down enough that we could indulge in S’mores!
The front porch was another awesome place to hangout. The cabin is on a large wooded lot, so it’s easy to just sit outside and enjoy the fresh mountain air!
It was much better than staying in a simple hotel room.
The cabin had some interesting characteristics from a funky fireplace stool and old door hardware to a horse shoe pit out back. We loved the convenience of having a kitchen and bathroom, the space of separate bedrooms, all within a unique cabin experience.
A washer and dryer would have been nice addition but I already knew they were not available when we booked the cabin. And honestly with a little planning/packing they aren’t necessary.
Peter’s biggest disappointment with the cabin was with the placement of the kitchen light. He must have bumped his head on it a hundred times, so much so that it became a running joke. I might have found it funnier than he did.
And for those of you that want all the fancy stuff like a washer and dryer, satellite TV, Jacuzzi Tubs and Wi-Fi, don’t worry the Molly Butler has you covered too! You can check out all the cabins, their features/amenities and availability on the Molly Butler website.
If we visit Greer again, it would be neat to experience a different cabin BUT I would be perfectly happy staying in the Reed Family Cabin again!
Disclosure: No compensation was received for this post. Complimentary accommodations were provided for review purposes. As always all thoughts and opinions are my own!