Want to get away from the crowds? Located at the end of a dead-end road the cabin sits on the eastern edge of the Cascade Mountain range. This is a great get-a-way spot and is close to Crater Lake National Park and hundreds of miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. This is also a great location for motorcycles, ATVs and snowmobiles. Park your trailer and ride from the cabin to hundreds of miles of Oregon's best snowmobile and off-road vehicle trails, you only have to unload once.
“This cabin is adorable and cozy. A few friends and I (5 total) stayed for two nights to celebrate my birthday and take a trip to Crater Lake for a free snow shoe tour, and also swung down to California to see the Lava Beds. We got lucky for a beautiful weather weekend in February. The house comfortably fit all of us, though the full-size (double) bed in the bedroom is a bit of a tight squeeze for two people, one being a pretty tall person. We brought our own bedroom fan because I need white noise to sleep. The queen-size air mattress for the couch pull out unfortunately had a leak, but the owner is aware of this and I believe plans to fix it. We had our own spare air mattress. The twin-size pull out chair was really comfortable according to our single friend who slept on it both nights. Finding the place with the written directions wasn’t too difficult, but we did make a wrong turn the first time and in the dark it was a little confusing. Providing a “pin” with coordinates may be helpful to bypass the issue of the address not navigating properly in Maps. Also worth noting that it is a bit of a drive (30 mins or so) from the cabin to Klamath Falls, and the nearby market closes kinda early. Also if you want to play your own music on speakers, there is a stereo in the living room (old school CD boom box) that has an Aux output, but if you have the latest models of iPhone you will need the dongle that will allow you to plug your phone into the Aux port. Or, just bring a Bluetooth speaker. The kitchen is spacious with a nice dining area. The whole cabin is very well lit. There’s a selection of some DVDs and quite a lot of VHS tapes, but I didn’t see a VHS player. Movies are mostly family films. We brought one of our own horror DVDs to watch one of the nights. There was a recycling bin outside that we used for recyclables, but it wasn't for glass. We weren't sure what to do with glass bottles. Overall, we had an excellent time and would definitely recommend this place to others. It was so beautiful and cozy, and the best place I could ask for to have spent my birthday with friends.”
Comfy cabin nestled in the mountains about 28 miles (approx 30 min) out of Ashland. Our cabin is close to 5 of the mountain lakes and just a few miles from Lake of the Woods, Howard Prairie Lake, Fish Lake, & Klamath Lake. A great spot to stay for people wanting to visit Crater Lake National Park and the surrounding lakes. Crater Lake National Park is about 1 hour drive away.
“Excellent place for a getaway! Small cabin with a very efficient use of space. Super clean, plenty of games and activities provided with the home (board games, snowshoes, bbq, etc.) with easy access to a number of amazing destinations. Check in and out were simple, communication was clear and brief. We stayed at the cabin and made our way to Crater Lake National Park and it couldn’t have been a better home base for our weekend getaway. Highly, highly recommend.”
Alice's Cottage rests in the hidden trees of Rocky Point. If you are looking for a serene, undisturbed getaway you are right at home here. This is a bird watchers paradise. An area known for canoeing, kayaking, numerous hiking trails. Only one mile from the Zipline. All are welcome! Don’t forget to check out our other homes that are close by (the Cabin on Crooked Creek, the Chalet, the Rockhouse & The FarmHouse in Fort Klamath.) Kayaks are also available for our guests! Always wear a life jacket
“Alice’s Cottage is a lovely cabin in a remote mountain setting. If you want to relax in a quiet setting, this is it. This cozy cabin is decorated in a warm an inviting manner. The kitchen is well stocked with items to support adventurous cooking, and several books of several genres and several vhs movies are available for down time. The front porch is a wonderful place to sit and visit. I recommend this cottage enthusiastically for people who really love being out in the mountains and who would like to base out of it for adventures.”