Oklahoma’s premier luxury vacation rental properties located in the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains, is pleased to reveal two new additions to its ever-growing collection of exceptional holiday cabins: Northern Lights and Coyotee Crossing.
According to Sundown Cabin Rentals, built from large pine timber, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom Northern Lights cabin is privately situated amidst a tall forest of pine trees, with stunning views of the surrounding foothills. Sundown Cabin Rentals guests lodging at Northern Lights will delight in the enormously spacious floor plan with Wi-Fi, central heat and air, and a washer and dryer. The Northern Lights living room includes two recliners, a queen-size sleeper sofa, a gas log fireplace, and a 47” flat screen HDTV with DirecTV. The gourmet kitchen features a large dining table and four-person breakfast bar, and comes fully stocked with dinnerware, pots and pans, bowls, mixer, slow cooker, blender, etc.
The new Northern Lights cabin accommodates up to six guests and their pets with king-size beds in two bedrooms and a queen-size sleeper sofa in the great room, according to Sundown Cabin Rentals. The rear deck includes a covered area with a sink, food preparation area, and refrigerator/freezer. After a long day, guests can relax in the four-person hot tub and roast marshmallows in the fire pit.
“No expense has been spared with Sundown Cabin Rentals’ new, large two-bedroom, two-bathroom Coyotee Crossing,” says James McDaniel, co-owner of Sundown Cabin Rentals. “With its vaulted ceilings and yellow pine paneling, beautiful circle-sawn oak floors, and rock fireplace, guests will discover many fine luxurious amenities on Coyotee Crossing’s spacious two floors.”
According to Sundown Cabin Rentals, the pet-friendly Coyotee Crossing accommodates up to six guests, with two large king-sized beds, beautifully crafted from native eastern cedar logs, and a quality queen-size leather sofa sleeper in the living room. The front of Coyotee Crossing consists of many large windows and a covered “V” porch emboldened with large timber beams.
The windows at Coyotee Crossing are enhanced by hewn log siding and gray rock work, and the back deck overlooks a gently flowing creek, according to Sundown Cabin Rentals. Guests can enjoy the fully appointed modern kitchen, Wi-Fi, central heat and air, and washer and dryer. There is a foosball table in the game nook, two large flat screen TVs, a private four-person hot tub, a gas log fireplace, and an outdoor propane grill.
“We are proud of our two new luxury cabins. Located in the most enviable areas of picturesque southeastern Oklahoma and found in the shadow of the Beavers Bend and Hochatown State Parks, our cabins are the perfect base for discovering all of the local attractions,” says McDaniel. “Whether a traveler wants to be within walking distance of a crystal clear lake or fabulous beach, or just wants to get away from it all—we have the perfect lodging for them!”
Broken Bow is a popular vacation destination for many families on their summer break because of the variety of family-friendly activities, according to Sundown Cabin Rentals. Some of the local attractions include boat, canoe, and kayak rentals; fishing; water sports; four-wheeling; hiking and backpacking; the Beavers Bend Resort Park; and The Red Slough Wildlife Management Area, an outstanding bird-watching and waterfowl hunting area. The Cedar Creek Golf Course is just three miles east of Sundown Cabin Rentals, and the Choctaw Casino is only 20 minutes away, in Broken Bow. The area is also known for its many fine dining restaurants.
Widely recognized as one of Oklahoma’s most popular vacation spots, Sundown Cabin Rentals, near Broken Bow, is a thriving year-round vacation destination. At Sundown Cabin Rentals, visitors can stay in any of its private, fully furnished one- to four-bedroom cabins nestled in the tall hardwoods of southeastern Oklahoma. Located in an area known for its beauty, nature, and history, Sundown Cabin Rentals is a great place to explore, relax, and enjoy magnificent scenery.