Welcome to our Cranesville rental cabin Mystic Mountain! Quiet and secluded! Nestled in the beautiful mountains of Preston County, West Virginia is the tiny community of Cranesville, just 20 minutes from Deep Creek Lake. Our lovely country cabin will slow down your hectic pace or liven up your sense of adventure. From bird watching to sightseeing and then relaxing around the fire. Secluded and peaceful Cranesville is the place to be!
Our country cabin with a 30 mile view provides accommodations for 7 with 2 queen beds, 1 twin bed in the upstairs loft, and a king size bed downstairs with linens, soft pillows and extra blankets provided. The one full bathroom with tub/shower supplies towels, soaps and shampoos. The full kitchen and separate dining area has seating for 6 plus the bar area sits 4. The living room has seating for 7 with flat screen TV (Direct TV with Ultimate Package). Relax on the porch swing and take in views with coffee in the mornings. A custom made pool table is located downstairs for you to enjoy time with family and friends. There is a fire pit with 1 burn a night of firewood provided (additional crates available for $5.00).
Interaction with guests
I am available during your stay and will provide contact numbers before your stay. Contact number and information about the home is also posted on the refrigerator.
Other things to note
Mystic Mountain is the perfect spot to relax and breathe in the country air. We are 15 to 20 minutes away from Deep Creek lake where there is boating, swimming, rafting, hiking, mini golf, golf, horseback riding, skiing, ice skating, tubing. Take in the clean country air while soaking in the hot tub gazing at the stars. Relax in the evenings with the warm glow of a campfire to roast hot dogs and marshmallows and watch the kids enjoy the outdoors. Bring your fishing poles! Just a few minutes drive, we have a catch and release pond with nice big bass, catfish, bluegill, frogs and tadpoles. We even see a turtle every now and then. The ponds are home to Canadian Geese in the Spring to raise their young. Don’t get to close they might send you running.